Tag Archives: Graphic Novels

Review: Daphne Byrne

Daphne Byrne is another addition to the DC Black Label line, a line specifically meant for horror fans everywhere. Written by Laura Marks, with artwork from Kelley Jones, this atmospheric horror story is a chilling tale. Continue reading

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Review: Blue Period Vol. 1

Blue Period Vol. 1 is the start to a new series revolving around art and the drive to create your own path in life. The series was written by Tsubasa Yamaguchi, and translated by T. Ghirlanda. Continue reading

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Review: When Sharks Attack With Kindness

When Sharks Attack With Kindness is probably the most endearing graphic novel I’ve seen out there. And really, there’s no better time for this release than following the events of 2020. Continue reading

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Review: Weathering With You Vol. 1

Weathering With You Vol. 1 is the start to a whole new adventure, set in Tokyo. This is a world where storms are more common than not, and Sunshine Girls are one of the few rays of sunshine in a given day (literally). Continue reading

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Review: Manga Classics: Frankenstein

Yes! It’s another manga adaptation of a classic, and this time around, it’s Frankenstein! I couldn’t be happier about the news, or about the entire experience. Manga Classics: Frankenstein was created by M. Chandler and Linus Liu, not to mention the original author, Mary Shelly. Continue reading

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Review: Mirka Andolfo’s Mercy Vol. 1

Fans of Mirka Andolfo (Unnatural, Un/Sacred) will be thrilled to hear about her latest project, Mercy. It’s a terrifying and thrilling new horror series, full of vibrant (and memorable) artwork. Continue reading

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Review: The Ludocrats

The Ludocrats has got to be one of the most absurd series I’ve read in quite some time – and I mean that in the best way possible. Created by Kieron Gillen, Jim Rossignol, Jeff Stokely, Tamra Bonvillain, and Clayton Cowles, this series is every bit as insane, silly, and quirky as that cover might imply. Continue reading

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Review: How to Be Ace by Rebecca Burgess

How to Be Ace was written and illustrated by Rebecca Burgess, and it is a moving (and real-life) story of what it is like to grow up while being ace – all without knowing that term, or what it means, until later in life. Continue reading

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Review: In Love & Pajamas

Yes! Catana Comics is back with another fantastic (and endearing) collection! In Love & Pajamas: A Collection of Comics about Being Yourself Together is an accurate title and description for this entire series, and perfect for this graphic novel. Continue reading

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Review: Lumberjanes: True Colors

Lumberjanes: True Colors is the third in the Lumberjanes Original Graphic novel series. Delightfully, you don’t need to be up to date in the main series to enjoy this one (but I would still strongly recommend following that series, mainly because of how amazing it is). Continue reading

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