Sunday Comics | Leftover Halloween candy

Check out recent comics from Jim Rugg, Roger Langridge, Ellen Forney and more.

Here’s a round up of some of the best comics we’ve seen online recently. If we missed something, let us know in the comments below.

I know Halloween was yesterday, but all the candy from last night is still good, right? It didn’t expire at midnight, and neither did this Halloween-themed Street Angel comic from Jim Rugg (which is actually a few years old at this point, so don’t eat it. Just read it).

It features the title character doing her thing on Halloween night as she teams up with a new friend.

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Street Angel joins a gang in July

New hardcover, ‘The Street Angel Gang,’ arrives from Image Comics July 26.

Following the release of the Street Angel: After School Kung Fu Special last month, Image Comics will release another hardcover featuring everyone’s favorite orphan ninja, The Street Angel Gang, this July.

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Support the deadliest girl alive with this limited ‘Street Angel’ shirt

This week only, the Pittsburgh Indy Comix Expo is selling a limited edition Street Angel T-shirt by Jim Rugg, featuring a sword-wielding Jesse Sanchez ready to kick butt.

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‘Street Angel’ returns at Image Comics

Brian Maruca and Jim Rugg’s seventh-grade kung fu master battles the Ninja Kid and a school dance in a new hardcover.

Brian Maruca and Jim Rugg’s much-beloved “eternal underdog” returns to the printed page in April with the Street Angel: After School Kung Fu Special hardcover from Image Comics.

The graphic novel pits the homeless, seventh-grade kung fu master against the Ninja Kid and a school dance. If you’ve never read Street Angel before, fear not — just skateboard down to your local comic shop and grab a copy of the Street Angel collection from AdHouse Books, which collects her previous miniseries (originally published by SLG). And if your skateboard is broken, you can always check out her adventures online.

Check out a preview of the new book below.

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Trick or Treat with ‘Street Angel’ this Halloween

Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca’s orphan ninja celebrates the season in this Halloween tale.

Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca have posted several Street Angel comics on the web over the past year, and this month brings a Halloween-themed comic featuring a ghost, trick or treating, and of course candy.

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