Category: Graphic Novel

Review: Instructions by Neil Gaiman

Review: Instructions by Neil Gaiman

I have a confession to make . . . I don’t have much use for Neil Gaiman as far as full-length novels go. I KNOW. *dons sackcloth* *mortifies flesh* I gave him a more than fair shot, but Neverwhere and The Graveyard Book both bored me to tears, I didn’t make it more than a […]

— Posted November 15, 2017 by Jessica / 2 Comments
Review: The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

Review: The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

I was raised on fairytales. As an adult, this single fact has fundamentally shaped my reading preferences. I love the darkness, the trick-cy faeness of the villains, the magicalness of the forest where almost all of these stories take place, and anytime I find a new story that embodies this kind of fairytaleness, I gleefully […]

— Posted October 6, 2017 by Jessica / 1 Comment
Review: Locke & Key, Vol. 1 by Joe Hill

Review: Locke & Key, Vol. 1 by Joe Hill

LOCKE & KEY is super popular as far as graphic novels go—it’s near the top of every Goodreads best-graphic-novels-in-the-history-of-ever list—so I snagged it despite my usual avoidance of all things horror . . . I really shouldn’t have. Not b/c horror, although it was pretty horrific at times, but b/c it was pure chaos. The […]

— Posted July 28, 2017 by Jessica / 3 Comments
Review: Monstress, Vol 2 by Marjorie Liu

Review: Monstress, Vol 2 by Marjorie Liu

The second collection of MONSTRESS is centered around Maika Halfwolf retracing her mother’s steps in an attempt to discover how to rid herself of the monster that lives inside of her. Like that’s going to be possible. *rolls eyes* The journey is interesting despite its pointlessness. We learn much about Maika’s family and meet her […]

— Posted July 14, 2017 by Jessica / 1 Comment
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