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”

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”

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”

November 2020 Reading Wrap Up

January / February / March Part 1 / March Part 2 / April Part 1 / April Part 2/ May Part 1 / May Part 2 / June / July Part 1 / July Part 2 / August / September / October I am going to be honest – I very much forgot to do a November wrap up! Things have been hectic, to say the least. But here it is! And the nextContinue reading “November 2020 Reading Wrap Up”

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”

September 2020 Reading Wrap Up

January / February / March Part 1 / March Part 2 / April Part 1 / April Part 2/ May Part 1 / May Part 2 / June / July Part 1 / July Part 2 / August This is…super late, and I was going to skip September’s wrap up completely, but I finally have a bit more time and decided to go ahead with it anyway, because why not, really. So enjoy thisContinue reading “September 2020 Reading Wrap Up”

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]”

iZombie, Vol. 2: uVampire [Graphic Novel]

Vol 1: Dead to the World Review As much as I love the iZombie TV show, I still wish we could get the graphic novel as a show. They’re two vastly different beasts, with iZombie taking on more of a paranormal, urban fantasy aspect, including vampires, wereterriers, and ghosts alongside the title zombie. The secondContinue reading “iZombie, Vol. 2: uVampire [Graphic Novel]”

Fables, Volume 1: Legends in Exile [Graphic Novel Review]

Genre: Fantasy – Urban Fantasy – Graphic NovelPublisher: Vertigo After the Adversary attacks various realms, those living there flee, and find themselves in a world without magic. They keep themselves hidden, living alongside the ‘mundanes’, and working together to keep some sort of unity among each other. Snow White acts as the mayor’s assistant, essentially runningContinue reading “Fables, Volume 1: Legends in Exile [Graphic Novel Review]”

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 1910 [Books]

Genre: Graphic Novel – Fantasy – SteampunkRating: I admit, I really liked the first volume of this series. I enjoyed the second. But Century 1910 seriously makes me feel like the whole thing is going downhill. The League is no longer made up of the characters we came to know in volume one, but if you hadn’t readContinue reading “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 1910 [Books]”