I never would have thought that a series about hockey, baking, and romance would be one of the best reads of my 2020 quarantine and yet I couldn’t get enough of Ngozi Ukazu’s Check, Please!
Hosted on the wildly popular platform Webtoon, Let’s Play is not your typical rom-com. Sam, an indie game developer, has recently gotten her first game reviewed by the popular gaming personality, Marshall Law. Only thing is, the Marshall hates on her game through the whole review video and Sam ends up bearing the […]
Originally published as a webcomic, Cucumber Quest is an incredibly cute fantasy adventure set in a rich, colorful world full of quirky characters. Thanks to First Second Books for the review copy!
Poorly Drawn Lines Author: Reza Farazmand Release Date: October 6, 2015 Publisher: Plume Genre(s): Webcomic, Graphic Novel Rating: ★★★★☆ Review Spoilers: Low GoodReads | Amazon If you’re not already familiar with Reza Farazmand’s thrice weekly webcomic Poorly Drawn Lines now is the perfect time to find out what you’ve been missing. To be honest, even if you […]
Sister Claire: Libro One Author: Elena “Yamino” Barbarich Release Date: October 2013 Publisher: Self-Published Genre(s): Fantasy, Comedy, Drama Rating: ★★★☆☆ Review Spoilers: Low Sister Claire Website Nuns are such a strange thing in fiction. If it’s not The Sound of Music or Sister Act, nuns are often subjects of exploitation or the butt of jokes. […]
Most of the comic books I read are published by Marvel so I always appreciate the chance to check out something new and original. Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong is an fun, quirky graphic novel for YA readers set in your average Southern high school. And I thought it was […]