International Women’s Day Recommendation: Brazen by Penelope Bagieu

I’m wishing a very happy International Women’s Day to all my women readers and bloggers today. In the spirit of the holiday, I was contemplating what I could write for the blog that would celebrate women both as creators and within the literature I love. I had a couple different ideas from highlighting strong female … More International Women’s Day Recommendation: Brazen by Penelope Bagieu

Webcomic Wednesday: Midnight Poppy Land Webtoon Season One Comic Review

Webcomics are such a great distraction at a fairly small investment. They can certainly be time-sink, but they don’t necessarily break your bank depending on the site or app you use. I love using Webtoons to find some interesting stories to read when I’m trying to chill out after a long day at work or … More Webcomic Wednesday: Midnight Poppy Land Webtoon Season One Comic Review

Webcomic Wednesdays – SubZero Season One WebToon Comic Review

In my quest to find more comics to read to keep myself busy during quarantine, I’ve been searching through the vast array of webcomic apps and sites to find some great stories I can really get into. WebToon has so far been my go-to for new comics to read and has so far been the … More Webcomic Wednesdays – SubZero Season One WebToon Comic Review

Under the Oak Tree Webcomic Review – Manta Comics

Webcomics have been a major factor in my love of comics for a very long time. I may have started my comics journey by reading manga, but webcomics quickly caught my attention during my college years. Over the years, the way artists and creators can share their comics with the world has changed and improved … More Under the Oak Tree Webcomic Review – Manta Comics

The Magic Fish by Trung Le Nguyen Graphic Novel Review

Trung Le Nguyen (or Trungles on Twitter) has been one of my favorite artists since I found him in Fresh Romance. His art was just mesmerizing and really fit into a fairy-tale context, matching the weird tale of princess and beast that he illustrated. He’s done a ton of other stuff for Oni Press, Image … More The Magic Fish by Trung Le Nguyen Graphic Novel Review

Caturday Specials: Why You Should Read A Stray in the Woods

I’ve seen a lot of creative comics over the years and technology expands and allows artists and writers to do more interesting things. A Stray in the Woods was originally a webcomic posted on Tumblr by Alison Wilgus and ran as a collaboration between creator and audience. The fans had the ability to submit commands … More Caturday Specials: Why You Should Read A Stray in the Woods

Sabrina the Teenage Witch Comic Miniseries Issues #1-5 Review

Sabrina the Teenage Witch has been a staple show in American culture since the TV show premiered on ABC in the late 90’s, adapting the story from the ever popular Archie series of comics. Now we have a resurgence of this iconic series with the recent adaptation of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina that premiered … More Sabrina the Teenage Witch Comic Miniseries Issues #1-5 Review