Social Studies : Chapter 2 Bundle: 6 Individual Issues
Here it is! The whole second chapter! This package is six individual issues. You can choose to have them shipped monthly (as they come out) or get a bundle all together when the final comic book of the chapter is released.
The Chapter 2 Bundle consists of the following stories:
Issue 8: Remedial Flirting – A girl is into Len, but he is unaware. However, Turner becomes far too invested in their potential romance. Meanwhile, Wesley feuds with his gym teacher over remedial gym class.
Issue 9: Conspiracy & Debate – Old enemies resurface as Turner takes on a High School Debate class. Turner’s remarks alienate a teacher, but impress a girl. Conspiracy theories take over Wesley’s life.
Issue 10: Friday Night Fights – The stakes are high when the D-Gens and Winner’s Circle band together to take the Cads on in a football game. Len’s disinterested until an old friend wakes him up to a big revelation.
Issue 11: The Shape of Turner – Turner gets a date to the school dance that may be too good to be true. Vicky’s allegiances are tested, and Iris has to face a difficult truth. The Winner’s Circle challenges the gang to a breakdancing battle.
Issue 12: X-Treme Tubing League – Vicky and Iris are hoping for autographs from a local celebrity, so they coerce everyone into going on a trip to the mountains. The gang takes over a tubing hill with help from a new friend.
Issue 13: Not Home for the Holidays – *Bonus Sized Issue!* Roy sends out an SOS to his friends looking for some Christmas cheer. Wesley and the gang attempt to help him, when they find a group who needs a pick-me-up way more. Turner convinces his oldest sister to tag along with them before she leaves for college.
Social Studies follows a group of kids through High School as they learn to navigate social encounters, dating, bullies, friends, and enemies. It’s not a story of the cool kids vs the losers. It’s all the kids in between. High School is a tumultuous time for anyone. It’s also where kids are expected to figure a lot of things out, including who they really are, how they see themselves, and who they want to become.
Inspired by our own high school experiences and shown through the prism of the 90’s era cartoons we grew up on. Social Studies is a day-in-the-life comic everyone can relate to.
Social Studies is printed to the highest quality possible. It’s written, laid out, drawn, inked, colored, lettered, and distributed by Michael Virgilio and Adam Gagnon. All books are high quality full color printings in ultra high gloss. We took every measure to ensure that authentic comic feel.