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Review: Ghosts by Raina Telgemeier

Raina Telgemeier continues her exploration of tween and teenage social and family life in her heartfelt graphic novel Ghosts, which adds a twist of the supernatural to proceedings. 378 more words

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Rat Queens: Saas & Sorcery by Kurtis J. Wiebe (Writer), Roc Upchurch (Illustrator) Issues 1-5

I’m on a really big comic kick at the moment so you’re probably going to have to get used to my comic reviews because they’re some of my favourite to write. 393 more words


Advanced Review: Monty The Dinosaur #2

Monty The Dinosaur #2

Writer: Bob Frantz

Art: Jean Franco

Publisher: Action Lab Entertainment

Release Date: 09/28/2016

Monty the Dinosaur from writer Bob FrantzĀ  and artist Jean Franco is the story of a lone surviving Dinosaur in the 21st century who is dying to make a friend. 506 more words


Comic Review: She-Hulk

Jennifer Walters isn’t your average lawyer. She’s also She-Hulk, thanks to a life-saving blood transfusion from her cousin, Bruce Banner.

Now she has to balance her superhero life with representing her clients in court. 444 more words


Batman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume 1.

Batman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume 1.
  • James Tynion IV-Author.
  • Freddie Williams-Artist.

5 stars out of 5.

Graphic Novel Blurb:

DC Comics and IDW team up for the crossover event of the decade! 1,154 more words


Review: 4001 A.D. (Valiant Comics)

Writer: Matt Kindt

Art: Clayton Crain

Publisher: Valiant

In the vary distant future, New Japan is in trouble. The kingdom, these days orbiting earth, is ruled by the omnipotent artificial intelligence Father, who commands New Japan with an iron fist through various channels and pacifies the people. 453 more words

Deadpool kills Deadpool by Brian Cullen (Author) and Salvador Espin (Illustrator). Issues 1-4

I probably liked this a bit more than Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe but would only really give it a 4/5.


So this story does intertwine with Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe but there’s a lot of the multidimensional stuff going on. 293 more words