Sections of Kids/Young Teens Comics
Let's divide these up:
-Newsstand (print or digital) comic book favorites
-Comics that would likely appeal to both kids and young teens
More examples of Comics that appeal to Kids/Young Adults
Since there are so many different types of children's comic books, I've split them up into three different sections: hybrids, newsstand (print or digital) comic book favorites, and comics that would likely appeal to both kids and younger teens.
Examples of hybrid comics are Amelia Rules, Baby Mouse, Big Nate, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Mr. Wuffles, Scaredy Squirrel, most of the Toon Book titles, and most of the Balloon Book titles.
Newsstand (Print or Digital) Comic Book Favorite
Examples of newsstand comic book favorites are Adventure Time, Archie, Donald Duck, Looney Tunes, Simpsons, Chip & Dale, Powerpuff Girls, Superman Family Adventures, and Tiny Titans.
Comics that Would Likely Appeal to Kids and Younger Teens
Examples of these comics are Astronaut Academy, Bluffton: My Summer with Buster Keaton, Bone, Castle Waiting, Copper, Dogs of War, G-Man, Jellaby, Magic Pickle, Molly Danger, Monster on the Hill, Mouse Guard, Odd Duck, Owly, Oz, PrinceLESS, Rocket Robinson, Sidekicks, and Smile.
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