Category Archives: Graphic Novels

Review: Idolized Vol. 1

Idolized Vol. 1 introduces us to a world where superpowers have become commonplace. So much so that it’s been integrated into popular culture. That sounds like a cool thing, until you think about the inevitable reality shows that would pop around surrounding those people. Continue reading

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Review: Obscura

Obscura is the latest dark and disturbing graphic novel to come across my desk, and it was so chilling that it’s sure to linger with me for quite some time. Set in the 1870s, this is a tale revolving around death, and the things people do to survive. Continue reading

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Review: Paper Girls Vol. 6

Paper Girls Vol. 6 is the final volume of the entire series. We knew it had to happen sometime. It’s just hard to believe that we’re already there. This volume is going to be the one that answers all of our questions, and fully wraps up everything that has been happening as of late. Because you know that Brian K. Vaughan won’t leave us fans hanging. Continue reading

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Review: At the End of Your Tether

At the End of Your Tether is a unique graphic novel that comes from the same minds that brought us Brick and Paper Towns. If you’re a fan of non-linear time-traveling plots, then this is absolutely the tale for you to check out. Continue reading

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Review: Star Wars: Poe Dameron Vol. 4: Legend Found

Once again it seems that Poe Dameron and his Black Squadron have managed to get themselves into a series of dilemmas. But at this point, that’s hardly surprising at all. In Poe Dameron Vol. 4: Legend Found, the Rebellion has been working steadily towards one goal: find Skywalker. And that means finding Lor San Tekka. Continue reading

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Review: Spider-Gwen Vol. 6: The Life of Gwen Stacy

Spider-Gwen Vol. 6: The Life of Gwen Stacy is the final volume in this run of Spider-Gwen. But don’t worry! Her story is far from over. This just marks the end of Jason Latour’s writing for the series. Seanan McGuire picks up the reigns from here. Continue reading

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Review: Bury the Lede

Bury the Lede is a new graphic novel out in the wild, and it is a bitter crime noir graphic novel. Not exactly something you see every day (though it’d be nice if that changed). This story tells the darker side of reporting – what a reporter might have to go through in order to snag a story. And the burning wreckage they leave in their wake. Continue reading

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Review: Ms. Marvel Vol. 10: Time and Again

Ms. Marvel Vol. 10: Time and Again is the last volume in this current run of Kamala Khan’s character. But don’t worry! The series has already been rebooted. I’ll confess that I’ve been reading that series as each issue comes out, even though I wasn’t up to date with her backlog. Woops. Continue reading

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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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