Comics have some great crossovers going on, from books, movies, games and TV series. Did you know that Poptropica was inspired by Diary of a Wimpy Kid author Jeff Kinney – there’s a Big Nate Island! The comics take you through the island adventures shown in the game.
If you were creating islands for your own game what would yours look like?
Let us know in the comments =)
- Big Nate, by Lincoln Peirce
- Amulet, by Kazu Kibuishi
- Pokémon, by Hidenori Kusaka
- Garfield Series, by Cedric Michiels, Mark Evanier and Jim Davis
- The Smurfs anthology, by Peyo
- Adventure time, by Ryan North
- Warriors, by Dan Jolley
- Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz
- Poptropica, by Mitch Krpata
- Thunderbirds, by Gerry Anderson
Online comics are now free to stream through ComicsPlus! There’s a children’s collection to browse through including Top Ten numero uno Big Nate.
Author Lincoln Peirce has Big Nate titles in books and comics. The comics are really popular so if you can’t find one, head over to the fiction shelves for a browse. The Big Nate website has some corker reviews, most beloved by the author was, “Big Nate Is Going To Blow Your Pants Off!”, a pretty high accolade!
You can submit your own review as part of the Summer Reading Challenge, we’d love to hear what you think.
Here’s your Top 10:
- Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce
- The complete Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz
- Pokémon by Hidenori Kusaka
- Tintin by Hergé
- Garfield by Mark Evanier
- Adventure time by Ryan North
- Amulet by Kazu Kibuishi
- Chi’s sweet home by Kanata Konami
- Sonic saga series by Ian Flynn
- Asterix omnibus by Gscinny and Udzero
Lincoln Pierce of Big Nate fame has been breaking records! With a lot of help from people all over the world they’ve made the longest comic strip ever!
1. Pokémon by Hidenori Kusaka
2. Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce
3. The complete Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz
4. Amulet by Kazu Kibushi
5. Garfield by Mark Evanier
6. Chi’s sweet home by Kanata Konami
7. Asterix omnibus by Goscinny and Udzero
8. Adventure time by Ryan North
9. Warriors by Dan Jolley
10. Babymouse by Jennifer L. Holm
The Complete Peanuts, 1965 – 1966 by Charles M. Schulz
It is funny as all of them are! Five stars and a billion hearts! I cannot get enough of peanuts! 5 stars.
Review by Emily of Newlands