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After the Whirlwind

Sometimes it seems to me that like life is a big, irresistible wind: a wall of atmosphere that picks up this puny human and sweeps her willy-nilly through the sky. 770 more words


William Gibson has written a graphic novel -- it rocks!

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William Gibson has made the leap from prose to picture books, collaborating with Michael St. John Smith and artist Bruce Guice to give us this week’s first issue of new IDW series Archangel.

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El Deafo

Written & Illustrated by: Cece Bell

Color by: David Lasky

Published in 2014

Genre: Graphic Novel, Humor, Autobiography

Grade Level: 2-6

Newbery Honor Book 2015… 683 more words

Book Review

Shelf Life: The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye by Sonny Liew

I first heard about Sonny Liew and this graphic novel (like many others), through the NAC grant controversy, and became interested in the book that caused such a stir amongst the ongoing conversations about censorship in Singapore.  738 more words


#TomeTopple READ-A-THON!

Hey guys! No special post here today, however I wanted to share with you guys that I’m participating in a very exciting challenge. Its a challenge centered around big books which is awesome! 156 more words

My Thoughts About Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy by Noelle Stevenson (Book Review #102)

So onto the second graphic novel that I read this year! I read the first volume of Lumberjanes and I must say that this is a gem! 695 more words

Book Review

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

Dark Knight Returns is a good graphic novel like Blood Meridian is a good book. It’s long, makes you think about morality more than you hoped, the layout is sloppy, the characters are more attractive than it’s story, some parts are boring and you just want to skip them, but for every part you want to skip there’s an equally magnificent moment that you need to read four or five times. 26 more words