Monthly Comic Corner: January Edition

“Monthly Comic Corner” is a segment that compiles mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. Here are my reviews for the month of January which features a female superhero, ghost brides, and a high school trip turned into a disaster. The Adventures of Superhero Girl by Faith Hicks (2013) […]

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Monthly Comic Corner: November Edition

“Monthly Comic Corner” is a segment that compiles mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. Here are my reviews for the month of November which features a journey to new lands, diverse romance narratives, and classic fairy tales. Spera Vol.1 by Josh Tierney (2012) Synopsis: Lono’s life as a princess consisted of […]

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Monthly Comic Corner: September Edition

“Monthly Comic Corner” is a segment that compiles mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. Here are my reviews for the month of September which features brave heroine, a classic comic character, and a terrifying siblings that wreak havoc wherever they go. Princess Princess Ever After by Katie O’ Neil […]

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Monthly Comic Corner: August Edition

“Monthly Comic Corner” is a segment that compiles mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. Here are my reviews for the month of August which features roller derbies, sea life, and mystical, magical kingdom far-far away. Roller Girl by Victoria Jamieson Synopsis: Twelve-year-old Astrid has always done everything with her best friend […]

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Monthly Comic Corner: June Edition

“Monthly Comic Corner” is a segment that compiles mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. Here are my reviews for the month of June which features crazy school antics, demons, and slice of life stories. Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta Volume 1: A Darkness Surrounds Him by Robert Kirkman (author), Paul Azaceta (Illustrator) […]

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Monthly Comic Corner: March Edition

“Monthly Comic Corner” is a segment that compiles mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. Here are my reviews for the month of March which features a well-known superhero and a personal narrative of the Civil Rights Movement. Batgirl, Volume 1: The Batgirl of Burnside by Cameron Stewart (Writer), Babs Tarr (Illustrator) Genre: […]

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Book Review: “Just So Happens” by Fumio Obata

  “Just So Happens” by Fumio Obata Genre: Fiction, Graphic Novel Page Length: 160 pages (paperback edition) Synopsis: Yumiko was born in Japan but has made a life in London, losing herself in its cosmopolitan bustle. She has a gallery show of her art, a good job, and a good guy she plans to marry. […]

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Monthly Comic Corner: June Edition

Welcome to a brand new review segment on my blog called “Monthly Comic Corner”! This monthly segment will compile mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. Some of the graphic novels, etc. I review will still continue to stay as standalone reviews if I write a lengthier review of […]

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Book Review: “They’re Not Like Us: Black Holes For The Young” Vol.1 by Eric Stephenson

“They’re Not Like Us: Black Holes For The Young” Vol.1 by Eric Stephenson (writer), Simon Gane (artist) Genre: Graphic Novel, Comics, Fiction, Fantasy Page Length: 144 pages (paperback edition) Synopsis:  We all have advantages over one another, but what if you were capable of things most of us can only imagine? What would you do – […]

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ARC Review: “Muirwood: The Lost Abbey #1” by Jeff Wheeler

“Muirwood: The Lost Abbey #1” by Jeff Wheeler, Matthew Sturges, Dave Justus, Alex Sheikman, Lizzy John Release Date: August 26th, 2015 Genre: YA, Fantasy, Adventure, Fiction, Graphic Novel Page Length: 32 pages (ARC electronic edition) Synopsis: Told in graphic novel form, Muirwood: The Lost Abbey introduces an all-new chapter in Jeff Wheeler’s Muirwood universe. Maia, […]

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