Tag Archives: Graphic Novel Review

Review: Supergirl: Being Super

Supergirl: Being Super is a graphic novel that immediately caught my attention thanks to the author behind it; Mariko Tamaki. I knew right away I had to read it, as I loved what she did in She Hulk and other series. Likewise, I had high hopes for Joelle Jones’ artwork. Continue reading

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Review: November Vol. 1: The Girl On The Roof

November Vol. 1 is a new series from Image Comics, with Matt Fraction, Elsa Charretier, Matt Hollingsworth, and Kurt Ankeny all working together to bring the story of three women to life. Continue reading

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Review: November Vol. II

The tale continues in November Vol. II, as three women continue to deal with all the darkness that has come into their lives. Written by Matt Fraction, with artwork by Elsa Charretier, Matt Hollingsworth, and Kurt Ankeny, this is not a graphic novel to miss out on. Continue reading

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Review: Wonder Woman, Volume 7: Amazons Attacked

And so the tale continues, in Wonder Woman, Volume 7: Amazons Attacked. Recently, Diana found that she had a sibling – one who is closer to her than she ever could have expected. Now, she’s once again facing off against Darkseid. Continue reading

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Review: Wonder Woman, Volume 6: Children of the Gods

Wonder Woman’s tale continues in Wonder Woman, Volume 6: Children of the Gods. This is part of her latest series, which started back in 2016. It’s also not technically her current series, as DC has many standalone series coming out for this beloved heroine. Continue reading

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Review: Lumberjanes: Campfire Songs

Lumberjanes: Campfire Songs is a collection of stories following out favorite cabin ever, the Roanokes. There are six stories in this collection in total. A Midsummer Night’s Scheme, A Pondering Mystery, Somewhere That’s Green, Weather Woes, Some En-Haunted Evening, and A Memory. Continue reading

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Review: The Red Mother Vol. 1

The Red Mother is a new horror graphic novel series, and guys – this series has me hooked. I’ve been reading it in single issue format, and holy cow. It’s haunting and disturbing, and totally not afraid to show the gruesome side of horror. Continue reading

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Review: Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass

Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass is another addition to DC’s young adult line, which thus far has truly been fantastic. If you haven’t checked out the other series, such as Teen Titans: Beast Boy or Victor and Nora, you really should (seriously, go do it). Continue reading

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Review: Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy

Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy follows the events of Heroes in Crisis, where Poison Ivy was unceremoniously killed, and later, brought back. Even though Ivy may be back, she’s not back to full strength yet. Hence why Harley is still blaming herself for the whole situation, and doing her best to protect her. Continue reading

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Comic Book Roundup

A weekly roundup of the comic reviews I’ve posted on various sites. Continue reading

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