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Creating with the Comics Club

  There are a lot of ways to love comics. You can write them, draw them, and (of course) read them. Our Comics Club is for all types of sequential-art enthusiasts: artists, writers, and readers. And while we love Spider-Man … Continue reading

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Get crafty with our Comics Club

March is National Craft Month, so kids will make a cool comics collage during our next Comics Club meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7, at our Main Branch. Our Comic Club is for any 8- through 12-year-old who likes to … Continue reading

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Comics for all at Mentor Public Library

Does your child love comics—reading them, writing or drawing them, discussing them? Then we have the club—clubs, actually—for them. Our new book club for teens has comics, pizza, and the secret to eternal happiness—which, coincidentally, is comics and pizza. Our … Continue reading

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Get creative with our Comics Club

Abby’s working on a comic about a girl who’s half fox. Theron and Claire are creating a comic too, but we’re not allowed to tell you what it’s about. Meanwhile, kids pass around and read copies of El Deafo and Teen Titans … Continue reading

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Free comics for kids on Hoopla

So your kid loves comics. That’s great! Sequential art can stimulate your child’s imagination, satisfy their curiosity, and encourage their nascent love for reading. But comics can be pricey. And you might not want your child stumbling onto Watchmen or Suicide Squad before their ready. So how … Continue reading

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