Graphic Novel Review: The Wendy Project

The Wendy Project, written by Melissa Jane Osborne & illustrated by Veronica Fish,  follows 16-year-old Wendy Davies in the horrible aftermath of a car crash during which she was driving. One of her brothers drowned in the crash, but Wendy refuses to believe it. Instead, she tells everyone that she saw Michael flying away with … Continue reading Graphic Novel Review: The Wendy Project

Audiobook Review: Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

When I read Nimona, I really enjoyed it. It's a funny, smart, dark comic about Nimona, the new sidekick for a kingdom's main villain (but is he really the villain?). That being said, I wasn't sure about the audiobook version. It seemed odd to me that an audiobook version of a graphic novel was being … Continue reading Audiobook Review: Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

Top Ten Tuesday: Books Set in Worlds or Societies other than Ours

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by the bloggers at The Broke and the Bookish, in which each participating blogger creates a Top 10 list around a common topic. This week's topic was Top 10 books in X setting, with X being a setting of the blogger's choice. For this list, I chose to … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books Set in Worlds or Societies other than Ours

Review: Saga, Volumes 1-5 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

  Saga is a series of comics, set against the backdrop of a war between a planet and its moon. It opens with the birth of Hazel, who is the offspring of two deserters, one from each side. This means she is also born of two different alien races, with features of both. She jeopardizes the outcomes … Continue reading Review: Saga, Volumes 1-5 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

Review: Fables Volumes 1-6

  If you like fairy tale retellings, then Fables by Bill Willingham and various illustrators may just be the comic series for you. It's an oldie, but a goodie. First published in 2002, the series ended in 2013. I started reading it after playing the prequel video game A Wolf Among Us from Telltale Games. It had been on … Continue reading Review: Fables Volumes 1-6

Review: Lumberjanes, Volumes 1-4

Lumberjanes is one of the most engaging, eccentric, and funny comics series I've had the pleasure of reading. The series is set at a girls' camp named Miss Qiunzilla Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's camp for hard-core lady-types. Right there, you know this series is not going to be ordinary. The girls in the series start out … Continue reading Review: Lumberjanes, Volumes 1-4