Deadpool Kills Deadpool – Deadpool Killogy #3

by Cullen Bunn, Salvador Espin (Illustrator)Publisher: MarvelFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: December 17th, 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars Previous Deadpool Reviews: Spider-Man/Deadpool, Vol 1, Spider-Man/Deadpool, Volume 2: Side-Pieces¬† I do so enjoy reading Deadpool comics. There’s just something about the Merc with a Mouth that is consistently irresistible. And that especially applies to the Killogy series, in whichContinue reading “Deadpool Kills Deadpool – Deadpool Killogy #3”

Marvel Legends of Asgard: The Sword of Surtur – C.L. Werner

Publisher: Aconyte Format: MOBIRelease Date: January 5th, 2021 Rating: 3/5 Stars I love Marvel. I’m a huge fan of their films, have really enjoyed the Marvel graphic novels I’ve read, love the podcasts and pretty much all the TV shows I’ve watched, too. So I was really excited to get the chance to check outContinue reading “Marvel Legends of Asgard: The Sword of Surtur – C.L. Werner”

Bingo Love

by Tee Franklin, Artist: Jenn St-Onge, Colourist: Joy San, Letterer: Cardinal RaePublisher: Image ComicsFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: February 20th, 2018 Rating: 5/5 Stars This wonderful book is cute as hell, and I have a strong recommendation to check this out. It’s an adorable story, about two women who met at church bingo in 1963. However, withContinue reading “Bingo Love”

Twisted Tales: Unbirthday – Liz Braswell

Publisher: Autumn PublishingFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: September 1st, 2020 Rating: 4/5 Stars If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll know I absolutely adore the Twisted Tales series from Disney. This series takes a key moment in a Disney film and twists it just slightly, sometimes changing the ending of the story, altering itContinue reading “Twisted Tales: Unbirthday – Liz Braswell”

Lava Red Feather Blue – Molly Ringle

Publisher: Central Avenue PublishingFormat: MOBIRelease Date: 5th January, 2021 Rating: 4/5 Stars I want to note something here before getting into the review. I’m used to ARCs having poor formatting, but this was possibly one of the worst I’ve actually seen – it made reading it difficult, and I very nearly DNF’d this early on.Continue reading “Lava Red Feather Blue – Molly Ringle”

The Umbrella Academy, Volume 1: The Apocalypse Suite

Genre: Sci-FiRelease Date: October 17th, 2007Publisher: Dark Horse ComicsRating: 5/5 Stars This seems to happen whenever I talk about graphic novels that have now been adapted. If you have not yet read this yet, don’t expect much in these pages to resemble the TV show. Things like the character names are sometimes the same, butContinue reading “The Umbrella Academy, Volume 1: The Apocalypse Suite”

The Sandman, Volume 2 – The Doll’s House

Volume 1 Review Morpheus must track down four dreams which have escaped into the real world. While Rose Walker searches for her brother, and finds more questions than answers along the way. The Doll’s House continues the story from The Sandman, and the second book adds even more detail to this already rich world, showingContinue reading “The Sandman, Volume 2 – The Doll’s House”

The Pride, Collected Edition [Graphic Novel Review]

Firstly, the version of this I read is now a collectible special edition now, so aren’t I lucky. Secondly, you’re all in luck, because The Pride will be released (re-released?) in June 2021, and you are so definitely going to want to grab this one. I sure as hell will, and I’ll start this reviewContinue reading “The Pride, Collected Edition [Graphic Novel Review]”

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue – V.E. Schwab [Book Review]

Addie LaRue is a young woman in rural France, who wants so much more than this provincial life. To escape the life laid out before her, she makes a deal with the devil, trading her soul for immortality, and the chance to have no obligations whatsoever. But where there’s a deal, there’s a price, andContinue reading “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue – V.E. Schwab [Book Review]”

Death in Hollywood – Peter Underwood [Books]

Death in Hollywood is a really interesting, fascinating set of mini-biographies, covering some of the most well-known names in Hollywood. There are also many names which would perhaps be unfamiliar to those who aren’t familiar with the ‘classics’ of Hollywood’s so-called Golden Age, but that’s part of what makes this book so intriguing. This isn’tContinue reading “Death in Hollywood – Peter Underwood [Books]”