Unwrap Rugrats: C is for Chanukah Holiday Special By Reading This Preview

Chanukah is coming two weeks early this year when explosive publisher BOOM! Studios releases the new Rugrats holiday special, C is for Chanukah. The book sees Grandpa Lou and Boris arguing about which holiday is better, Chanukah or Christmas, which means now you can live the magic of your older relatives having culturally insensitive arguments for the holidays inside your favorite comic book. Yay!

Said BOOM! Editor Matthew Levine, daringly weighing in on this divisive issue:

The Rugrats have always managed to put their own unique stamp on the holidays and this Chanukah Special continues that tradition in new and exciting ways! Daniel & Cullen’s script is blisteringly funny. These guys just nail the characters voices. But Kate’s art is what brings it all to life, drawing everything from ancient Israel to wild sled rides. This adventure is not to be missed!

Rugrats: C is for Chanukah is set to hit stores in November 14th, which means final orders are due on Monday, October 22nd. So check out the preview below and then let your retailer know if you want a copy.

Rugrats: C is for Chanukah Special #1
(W) Cullen Crawford, Mel Crawford (A) Kate Sherron (CA) Chrystin Garland
It’s time for the Rugrats family vacation to the mountains, complete with the annual argument between Grandpa Lou and Boris arguing over which holiday is better: Chanukah or Christmas.
Boris is determined to prove his holiday is the best and starts giving Tommy and the babies a history lesson on the Golem which sets imaginations ablaze. Tommy, Chuckie, Phil and Lil now all feel that they have to save Chanukah from the Golem before it steals the holiday away for good!
In Shops: Nov 14, 2018
Final Orders Due: Oct 22, 2018
SRP: $7.99

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