Wednesday is BATMAN DAY

July 14th, 2014

“Come to New World Manga”, your favorite Friendly Local Comic and Game Shop for over 17 years where ALL MANGA IS ALWAYS 10% OFF!

Join us on Wednesday to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Batman!
(see below for all the details)

UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
(Please Check the GAMING EVENTS Page for regular weekly events including Magic the Gathering, Heroclix, Yu-Gi-Oh!, D&D Encounters, and Pokemon League)

Wednesday July 23
BATMAN DAY
Help New World Manga celebrate Batman’s 75th Anniversary in style!
The following items will be provided for FREE with comics scheduled to go on sale on July 23:
- FREE · DETECTIVE COMICS #27 Special Edition, featuring a reimagining of the 1939 Bob Kane/Bill Finger original comic book, designed by Chip Kidd with a script by The New York Times #1 bestselling author Brad Meltzer. Quantities are limited!
- FREE · Batman shopping bag 12” x 16” x 4” featuring Batman 75th Anniversary artwork on one side and the Batman 75 logo on the reverse side!
Batman Masks
AND for Only $.99 Cents each – Batman paper masks spotlighting 4 varieties of the character’s iconic looks from his 75-year history. Collect all four!
ALL THIS AND A SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY BATMAN HIMSELF!
Time: ALL DAY (Batman scheduled to appear noon-2pm and 5-7pm)
Entry Fee: FREE (While Supplies Last)

Friday July 25
Commander (EDH)
Time: 10:00 pm
Entry Fee: $6

Saturday July 26
Yu-Gi-Oh! Day
Time: 1:00pm
Entry Fee: $5

Saturday August 9
Magic Core Set 2015 Game Day
Time: 12:00noon
Entry Fee: $8

Wednesday September 10
CGC Signature Series Signing Event with Frank Barbiere
Join us as we welcome home comic book creator Frank Barbiere (Five Ghosts, White Suits, Solar, New Avengers Annual, etc..) for a special in-store signing of Superboy Futures End! Frank has become a rising star since his days as a New World Manga subscription customer and his self published comic “Divine Intervention.” CGC has authorized New World Manga to submit comics signed by Frank at this special event for Signature Series Grading (additional fees will apply) so don’t miss your chance to meet and speak with this talented writer and get your copies of his first comic for DC (and other books) signed and authenticated!
Time: TBD
Entry Fee: FREE Signing – CGC Grading Fees Extra

Stop in and check out the best Comics, Cards, and Games – featuring the biggest selection of all the latest Manga at 10% OFF Every Day!
Comic Books, Hardcovers, and Trade Paperbacks from Dark Horse, DC, IDW, Image, Marvel, Archie, Boom, Dynamite, and many more publishers!
Collectible Card Games like Magic: The Gathering, Pokémon, & Yu-Gi-Oh! – check out our Huge selection of Magic Singles!
Plus Tabletop Games, Heroclix, Role Playing Games, Gundam Models, Anime Merchandise, Plushies, and much much more!

A note about Comics & Manga:

Comics aren’t just for Kids and fans of Superheroes. Great graphic literature covers all genres; Adventure, Romance, Horror, Non-Ficture, Science Fiction, Classic Literature adaptations, and adaptations & continuations of your favorite TV Shows and Movies like The Walking Dead, True Blood, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Simpsons, Doctor Who and so much more! You’ll find something for everyone in your family!

And did you know that comics and manga are a great way to help challenged and reluctant readers become more engaged and confident? The combination of pictures and words activates the left and right hemispheres of the brain and gets them working together! And getting them hooked on stories they’ll want to read will make them excited to keep reading!

So come check out all the great titles in comics, manga, and graphic novels at New World Manga!

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Cosplay at New World Manga

March 23rd, 2012

Every year New World Manga hosts a FREE COMIC BOOK DAY Costume Contest! So keep up on your sewing skills and let your ideas flow free! Here are some of our favorites!

Nick as KICK ASS

Christian as Spider-Man

Jesse as Deadpool

Autumn as Misty

David (Our Judge) and Ethan (age 3) as The Captain Americas

David as Rorschach

Graphic Novels for Kids

September 10th, 2009

FROM “THE PARENT PAPER”

Graphic novels for kids

BY PAT VASILIK

A generation or two ago, comics were the reading of choice for a huge number of kids. You bought them, traded them, saved them and read and re-read them. The one thing you didn’t do was borrow them from the library. After all, said the grown-ups of the time, comics are not “real” reading. Well, that has certainly changed in the last decade or so. Now it would be hard to find a library without a selection of what are now called “graphic novels.” And big bookstores have dozens of bookshelves devoted to these and the very popular manga, imported mainly from Japan.

While many of the popular manga series are aimed more at young adults, there are a number that are great for kids. Some are connected with animated television shows or card games, like Dragon Ball Z, Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh. These stories are filled with adventure and fantasy quests. While they do contain some violence, the good guys are clearly good and fight only the obvious villains. There are some other great manga series for kids to read that are a little lesser known – except of course among Japanese Anime fans! One is Hikaru No Go by Takeshi Obata. A young boy finds a game board possessed by the ghost of an ancient Go master. When the Go master is linked to Hikaru’s consciousness, the two make an unstoppable team. Another is Yotsuba by Kiyohiko Azuma. This series follows a green-haired, adopted girl on her everyday adventures, discovering the world around her. For slightly older children, Cardcaptor Sakura by the well-regarded Clamp and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind by the master Hayao Miyazaki are both wonderful examples of manga at its best.

But the graphic format offers much more than manga for young readers. Even very young children have a selection to choose from. In a funny book called Meanwhile, author-illustrator Jules Feiffer introduces readers to Raymond. Raymond, engrossed in his comic book, ignores his mother when she calls for him. As his mother becomes more insistent, Raymond notices that his comic uses the word “meanwhile” to change scenes, and decides to try it himself. Soon Raymond finds himself transported to a pirate ship. When he is forced to walk the plank, his scene-changing device comes in handy yet again, and so Raymond jumps from one adventure to another. This frantic and funny look at a boy, who is literally absorbed by his reading, will have kids eagerly turning the pages to see where Raymond ends up next.

Younger kids will also enjoy the antics of a funny feline in the Comic Adventures of Boots by Satoshi Kitamura. From trying to claim the best place to sleep on the wall to getting Madam Quark, a duck, to teach him how to fly, Boots never seems to run out of ways to get himself in and out of trouble. All of his escapades will be sure to bring a smile and a giggle to young readers.
For slightly older children, the sister and brother team of Jennifer and Matt Holm have created a terrific character called Babymouse. From the first volume, Babymouse, Queen of the World to the newest, Babymouse, the Musical, this heroine has been delighting a growing number of fans.

Although the pink covers may, at first, make you think that this is a book for girls only, Babymouse has the spunk, smarts and daring that make her appealing to both boys and girls. Drawn as a mouse, kids recognize that Babymouse is really every kid, as she struggles with fitting in at school, figuring out how to cope at camp and in her latest adventure, handling the starring role in the school play.

While kids are waiting for the next Babymouse adventure, they can try Scott Morse’s very funny Magic Pickle. Created (by accident, of course) by Dr. Jekyll Formaldehyde, our superhero has been brought out of his decades’ long sleep to fight the Brotherhood of Evil Produce and protect mankind from the likes of the Phantom Carrot and the fiery Chili Chili Bang Bang. The tongue-in-cheek humor is broad enough for kids and the stories and the art are packed with both adventure and silly puns. This

Books and Series Mentioned:

Hikaru No Go by Takeshi Obata (Viz Media, $7.95); ages 9-12.
Yotsuba by Kiyohiko Azuma (ADV Manga, $9.99); ages 9-12.
Cardcaptor Sakura by Clamp (TokyoPop, $9.99); ages 10-14.
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind by Hayao Miyazaki (Viz Media, $9.95); ages 11-14.
Meanwhile by Jules Feiffer (HarperCollins, $6.99); ages 4-8.
Comic Adventures of Boots by Satoshi Kitamura (Farrar, Straus, available out of print); ages 4-8.
Babymouse: Queen of the World by Jennifer L. Holm and Matt Holm (Random House, $5.95); ages 6-10.
Magic Pickle by Scott Morse (Graphix, $9.99); ages 8-12.
Bone: Out of Boneville, vol. 1 by Jeff Smith (Scholastic, $9.99); ages 9-13.
Amelia Rules! The Whole World’s Crazy by Jimmy Gownley (Atheneum, $9.99); ages 8- 12.
Alison Dare: Little Miss Adventures by J. Torres (Tundra, $12.95); ages 9-12.
The Boxcar Children, A Graphic Novel, #1 by Gertrude Warner and Mike Dubisch (Albert Whitman, $6.99); ages 8-12.
Coraline: the Graphic Novel by Neil Gaiman (HarperCollins, $9.99); ages 10-14.
Black Beauty by Anna Sewell, adapted by Jane Brigman (Puffin, $10.99); ages 9-12.
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, adapted by Hamilton Tim (Puffin, $10.99); ages 10-13.
Call of the Wild by Jack London, adapted by Neil Kleid (Puffin, $10.99); ages 11-14.
To Dance by Siena Siegel and Mark Siegel (Aladdin, $9.99); ages 9-12.