Tag Archives: Comic Books

Review: My Hero Academia: Smash!! Vol. 4

My Hero Academia: Smash is a series intent on retelling the original series that we love so much (My Hero Academia, in case that wasn’t painfully obvious), but with a more…humorous twist. If you haven’t read the original series, a lot of what happens here probably won’t make a lot of sense. Continue reading

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Review: Banned Book Club

Banned Book Club is the story of Kim Hyun Sook and her time in college. It’s a story that was brought to life (once again) with the help of Ryan Estrada and Hyung-Ju Ko. This is a powerful read that you’re not going to want to miss out on. Continue reading

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Review: Fangs by Sarah Anderson

Are you a fan of Sarah’s Scribbles? If so, then you should be checking out Sarah Anderson’s latest piece of work; Fangs. First released on Tapas, it’s the story of a vampire and a werewolf falling for each other and dating. Continue reading

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Review: Ms. Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal

I recently realized that I never left a review for Ms. Marvel Vol. 1, which is a complete shame since I absolutely adore Kamala and everything she stands for. On the bright side, I decided to use that as an excuse to read her series again. Continue reading

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Review: The Oracle Code

The Oracle Code is the latest graphic novel in DC Comic’s Young Adult line. And honestly? It’s pretty brilliant, if I may say so. Barbara Gordon’s tale has been specifically altered, not only to fit the age group, but to fit the story being told. Continue reading

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Review: Blackbird Vol. 1

Blackbird follows Nina Rodriguez on her quest for truth and magic. But those words don’t really do the series justice. Nina is a stubborn woman who’s struggled a lot, and despite all of that she’s held on to what she believes in. Even when everybody else thinks she’s insane for it. Continue reading

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Review: Spencer & Locke

Spencer & Locke is a graphic novel miniseries that you don’t want to miss out on. It follows Detective Locke and his ally – an imaginary panther named Spencer. This series takes elements that worked so wonderfully in Calvin & Hobbs, and it twists them into something darker and foreboding. Continue reading

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Review: I Left The House Today!

Yes! It’s time for another graphic novel by Cassandra Calin, and I could not be more excited! Not only do I love her work (and style), but I feel like I Left The House Today! Couldn’t have come at a better (or more ironic) time. Continue reading

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Review: Spider-Woman Vol. 3: Scare Tactics

Publisher: Marvel Released: May 31st, 2017 Received: Marvel Unlimited Issues: Spider-Woman 13-17 Rating: I read Spider-Woman Vol. 3 as individual issues through the Marvel Unlimited app. The third and final volume of this run of Spider-Woman went a long way … Continue reading

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Review: The Lollipop Kids Vol. 1: Things That Go Bump in the Night

The Lollipop Kids Vol. 1: Things That Go Bump in the Night is a fun take on kids being the guardians against the monsters. Because naturally, kids are the best at spotting them. In this case, only kids of a certain lineage seem to be able to see and thus stop the monsters. But it is still a fun concept. Continue reading

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