Tag Archives: Graphic Novels

Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender: Smoke and Shadow

Avatar: The Last Airbender: Smoke and Shadow is the fourth plot arc to stem from the animated series fans have fallen so in love with. After the popularity bump that came when Avatar: The Last Airbender moved to Netflix, I was inspired to read through as much of the comics as possible. So far, it’s been absolutely worth it! Continue reading

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Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Rift

Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Rift is the third plot arc to stem from the animated series fans have fallen so in love with. After the popularity bump that came when Avatar: The Last Airbender moved to Netflix, I was inspired to read through as much of the comics as possible. So far, it’s been absolutely worth it! Continue reading

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Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Search

Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Search is the second plot arc to stem from the animated series fans have fallen so in love with. After the popularity bump that came when Avatar: The Last Airbender moved to Netflix, I was inspired to read through as much of the comics as possible. So far, it’s been absolutely worth it! Continue reading

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Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Promise

Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Promise is the first full-length graphic novel to come from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender. After the popularity bump that came when Avatar: The Last Airbender moved to Netflix, now seemed like the perfect time to dive into the comics that I’ve neglected for so long. Continue reading

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Review: The Quotable Giant Days

The Quotable Giant Days is a graphic novel perfect for anyone who finds themselves missing the series. I personally fall into that party, and thus found this collection of quotes to be little moments of sweet memories. Continue reading

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Review: Star Trek: Picard – Countdown

Star Trek: Picard – Countdown is set before the events of the show, portraying Picard before he left Starfleet – back when he still thought he could help the Romulans. This is the tale of how he tried to help one planet evacuate, and the two allies he found in the process. Continue reading

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Review: I Hope This Helps

I Hope This Helps is a comic series focused on the absurd parts of life and anxiety. Created by Tommy Siegel, it’s marketed as being the perfect escape from a world that has gotten far too real. Continue reading

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Review: The Dollhouse Family

The Dollhouse Family is the second horror story to come from Hill House Comics, the newest horror line from DC Comics. I personally am thrilled that DC is diving into the world of horror, and can’t wait to see what else they come up with. Continue reading

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Review: Basketful of Heads

Basketful of Heads is the first graphic novel/series from Hill House Comics, a new line from DC Comics. As the title of both this graphic novel, and line might imply, the focus is all about horror. It’s a whole new world, and at the forefront, you’ll find Joe Hill (writer), Leomacs (artist), Riccardo La Bella (artist), Dave Stuart (colorist), and Deron Bennett (letterer). Continue reading

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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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