Category Archives: Graphic Novels

Review: Cursed

Cursed is a retelling of some of the events that occurred during King Arthur’s tale. Or more accurately, it’s a twisted version of the tale. In this story, it isn’t a King the Sword desired, but a Queen. Enter Nimue. Her entire village was slaughtered, sending her off on a quest for survival and revenge. And she can only hope that she has it in her to change destiny and save her people. Continue reading

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Review: Warriors, Witches, Women: Mythology’s Fiercest Females

Warriors, Witches, Women: Mythology’s Fiercest Females is everything the title promises, and more. This is a novel that collects dozens of famous mythological women and puts them all into one place. So whether you need a reference book or are simply curious about goddesses and lore, this is one worth checking out. Continue reading

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Review: The Avant-Guards Vol. 1

The Avant-Guards Vol. 1 introduces us to the Georgia O’Keeffe College of Arts and Subtle Dramatics (say that ten times fast) as well as the sports team (basketball, of course) and the characters drawn to it. Continue reading

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Review: Sparrowhawk

Sparrowhawk is a miniseries and the first time that Delilah S. Dawson has written a graphic novel (to my knowledge). As a huge fan of hers, I just knew that I had to read it. And let me tell you, I was not disappointed! Set in Victorian England, this series combines the magic of fairy with elegant storytelling and compelling character arcs. Continue reading

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Review: Hawkeye: Private Eye

Hawkeye: Private Eye collects the first twelve issues on the Kate Bishop run of the Hawkeye mantle. And that means it’s full of chaos and Kate’s attempts at running her own P.I. business. Which usually results in her getting into even more trouble. Continue reading

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Review: The Wicked + the Divine Vol. 8: Old is the New New

The Wicked + the Divine Vol. 8: Old Is the New New is a bit different from the rest of the series. It’s all of the one-shot or special edition issues of the series. On the bright side, that means that us fans no longer have to stress about hunting all of them down. Continue reading

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Review: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Vol. 6: Save Our School

Lunella Lafayette is the smartest person on Earth, but that doesn’t seem to stop her from getting into all sorts of trouble. On the contrary, it certainly seems to lead her directly towards trouble, again and again. Continue reading

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Review: Bird Brain

Bird Brain is a charming collection of Chuck Mullin’s works. Her comics are deeply personal, as she documents her struggles with anxiety and depression. And hopefully writing these comics helped her own those a bit too, giving her a bit more control in her life. Continue reading

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Review: Paper Girls Vol. 5

Paper Girls Vol. 5 continues the quest of our time-traveling paper girls. And before you forget, this is a series written by the infamous Brian K. Vaughan. So you should always go into each volume expecting to have your heart ripped open at least once. I know I always do. It’s safer that way. Continue reading

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Review: Avengers & Champions: Worlds Collide

Avengers & Champions: Worlds Collide is at least somewhat self-explanatory. Here we find the Avengers and the Champions once again coming together – though at least this time it isn’t due to a Civil War, so there’s that. Continue reading

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