The Nameless City by Faith Erin Hicks | Graphic Novel Review

Why Did I Read The Nameless City by Faith Erin Hicks? Faith Erin Hicks is an author and artist that I am pretty loyal to. I’ve read and reviewed both Friends With Boys and Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong and LOVED both. Thus, when I got the chance to read and review The Nameless City, I immediately jumped […]

The Divine by Boaz Lavie art by Asaf Hanuka and Tomer Hanuka | Graphic Novel Review

Why Did I Read This Graphic Novel: I read The Divine by Boaz Lavie art by Tomer Tanuka and Asaf Tanuka because Josh had read it and was raving about how good it was. I tend to trust his taste in regards to comic books and graphic novels – given that they are one of […]

Mike’s Place by Jack Baxter And Joshua Faudem | Graphic Novel Review

Mike’s Place is a non-fiction graphic novel about the April 30, 2003 bombing of “Mike’s Place”, a popular pub in Tel Aviv, Israel. I personally find Israel and the controversy surrounding it fascinating. I was serving in the Army National Guard while I was in college and was hoping to pursue a career in law […]

Princess Decomposia And Count Spatula by Andi Watson | Graphic Novel Review

rincess Decomposia And Count Spatula by Andi Watson is centered around the two title characters. Princess Decomposia is a pretty busy girl. Her father, the King, rules the underworld. However, he is sick, so Princess Decomposia does all of the work to keep the kingdom running.

In Real Life by Cory Doctorow illustrated by Jen Wang | Graphic Novel Review

Why Did I Read This Book? I love books about gaming. I am not a gamer at all, by any means. Yet, there is something about the idea of people coming together for some sort of virtual quest or even just the community that gaming can provide that really appeals to me. Now, that stated, […]

Above the Dreamless Dead: World War I in Poetry and Comics edited by Chris Duffy | Graphic Novel Review

Why Did I Read This Book? One thing that is my reading kryptonite is non-fictional historical graphic novels. I love them and cannot ever resist them when they come across my TBR. Recently, I tore my way throughThe Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks, a book about African-American soldiers in World War I. I really loved […]