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Peanut - Graphic Novel

Peanut by Ayun Halliday

Illustrated by Paul Hoppe

Published in 2012 by Scwartz & Wade

ISBN: 9780375865909

Genre – Comedy

Sub genre – Drama, Romance… 873 more words


Book 15: Maus by Art Spiegelman

The votes are in! This was by far the closest voting process yet, and the victory goes to Art Spiegelmen’s Maus, a graphic novel serialized from 1980 to 1991. 86 more words

The Story

When I was very little, my grandfather would set me on his knee, open a picture book or magazine and ask me what was happening in the picture. 222 more words


Review: Hinges


Author: Meredith McClaren
Series: Hinges, #1
Genre: Graphic Novel, Fantasy
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication Date: March 10 2015
Format: ebook
Pages: 116
Source: NetGalley… 308 more words

Book Review

Batman Earth One: Volume 2 by Geoff Johns

“Gotham may have lost its king and queen, Bruce, but it could still have its prince.”

It’s been a while since I read Batman:Earth One, vol.1 and when I saw this featured in my local bookstore, I had to grab a copy. 346 more words

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Wuvable Oaf by Ed Luce

The first collection of Ed Luce’s self-published comic book, Wuvable Oaf, is presented in this beautiful hardcover edition released by Fantagraphics. I had heard a few comic book fans speak highly of this book and when I was offered a copy of it by the UK distributor Turnaround UK, I jumped at the chance, excited to read it. 286 more words


Usagi Yojimbo 28: Red Scorpion – Stan Sakai

Although it is not one of the great storyline volumes of the early Usagi era these four tales exemplify samurai high drama perfectly.

They are a wonderful blend and distillation of authentic Japanese culture and folklore, the values of bushido, personal courage, and sacrifice portrayed in themes we can all deeply identify with. 168 more words

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