Category Archives: Comics

Review: The Old Guard, Book One: Opening Fire

The Old Guard has recently been getting a lot of attention, thanks to the Netflix adaptation that recently came out. I’ll confess that is the reason it caught my attention, and why I saw down to read it. Written by Greg Rucka, and illustrated by Landro Fernandez, this is a graphic comic series that focuses on a small group of (mostly) immortal beings. Continue reading

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Review: The Shadow Threat (House Of El #1)

The Shadow Threat (House of El #1) is the tale of Krypton, before everything went so horribly wrong. Written by Claudia Gray (the detail that caught my attention to begin with) and illustrated by Eric Zawadski, this is a fascinating tale that shows a darker side of Krypton. Continue reading

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Review: Stranger Things: Zombie Boys

Zombie Boys is set after the events of the first season. Meaning, after Will went missing, and was later found. If you watched the show, then you’re probably already getting an idea of where this is going to lead. The title helps give that idea. Continue reading

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Review: Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 7: My Two Dads

Yay! It’s more Spider-Man and Deadpool – one of my favorite team-ups out there. They’re arguably the quirkiest out there, and their adventures have steadily been getting more outlandish with time. Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 7: My Two Dads is no exception to that rule. Continue reading

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Review: Monstress Vol. 4: The Chosen

Monstress Vol. 4: The Chosen is a graphic novel that I practically counted down the days for, as the story and artwork are beyond compare. Written by Marjorie M. Liu and illustrated by Sana Takeda, this is one of the most memorable series out there, at least in my mind. Continue reading

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Review: Locke & Key Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft

Locke & Key Vol. 1 is the story of the Locke family, and their grand home: Keyhouse. Set in New England, this world quickly dives into the deep end, as keys and doorways have the ability to transform and transport. Continue reading

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Review: Jessica Jones: Alias Vol. 1

Jessica Jones: Alias Vol. 1 is one of the most groundbreaking series out there, involving the one and only Jessica Jones. Not to be confused with Jessica Drew, another detective of the Marvel universe. This is where Jess’ series really ramped up, and made her story famous (or is it infamous?). Continue reading

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Review: Ice Cream Man Vol. 1: Rainbow Sprinkles

The Ice Cream Man, published by Image Comics, is a series I’ve been hearing about nonstop. Yet it took me a while to actually sit down and give it a read. Written by W. Maxwell Prince, and illustrated by Martin Morazzo, this series is an odd and genre-defying adventure. Continue reading

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Review: Firefly: The Unification War Vol. 1

Firefly: The Unification War Vol. 1 is the first in the latest graphic novel series for a beloved series. Though there’s plenty of backlog out there to read as well, mind you. While the original series was created by Joss Whedon, this graphic novel series is written by Greg Pak, and illustrated by Dan McDaid. Continue reading

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Review: Doctor Aphra Vol. 7: A Rogue’s End

As the title sort of indicates, Doctor Aphra Vol. 7: A Rogue’s End is the end of Doctor Aphra’s series. Well, this series that is. She already has a new series that is actively updating, and it is absolutely worth checking out. Continue reading

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