First Second's Spring 2016 Graphic Novels

I'm always interested in seeing what First Second has next and this looks like another good batch of books. Especially the Science Comics! I can't wait to check those out. Here's the full list!
From First Second:
Something New, by Lucy Knisley -- Bustle says, "The graphic novel tackles the all-too-common wedding issues that go along with being a modern woman: feminism, expectations, getting knocked over the head with gender stereotypes, family drama, and overall wedding chaos and confusion."  We can't wait -- we're giant fans of Lucy's previous book, Relish: My Life in the Kitchen, and her new book is even better.

Science Comics -- our marvelous new series for every science geek out there, starting with Dinosaurs, by MK Reed and Joe Flood, and Coral Reefs, by Maris Wicks!  All you ever wanted to know about dinosaurs and coral reefs and were hoping someone would make a comic about!
Hippopotamister, by John Patrick Green -- when the hippopotamus can no longer stand living in the run-down zoo, what does he do?  He acquires a hat and becomes Hippopotamister in this marvelous graphic novel for young readers.
Nobody Likes a Goblin, by Ben Hatke -- if you liked Ben Hatke's Julia's House for Lost Creatures, this is the book for you -- featuring a goblin setting out to find his friend skeleton, stolen by marauding adventurers on a D&D style adventure.
Ogres Awake, by James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost -- the latest volume in the Adventures in Cartooning Jr. picture book comic series, featuring the knight and Edward the horse.
The Order, by Bastien Vives, Michael Sanlaville, and Balak -- the latest in the addictive, action-packed adventure series Last Man.
Bera The One-Headed Troll
Bera the One-Headed Troll, by Eric Orchard -- Bera's happy living by herself.  But when she finds an abandoned baby, she has to figure out what to do -- and how to care for it.
Friends Is Friends, by Greg Cook -- a bittersweet story about the meaning of friendship, starring animal characters.
Paths & Portals, by Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes -- this series will continue to teach you (and your kids) about how coding works and how fun and awesome it is, with the help of robots!