Review: “Giant Days” Vol. 3 & 4 by John Allison

I can’t remember if I’ve reviewed the first two volumes of this comic series on my blog… And shame on me! I picked up volumes 3 & 4 when I came across them at the library. I’ve seriously forgotten how fun and hilarious this series is!

Again, I’m reviewing the two volumes together like I did with Monstress. 🙂

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Review: “Monstress” Vol. 1 & 2 by Marjorie Liu

Oh my goodness, why have I just now discovered this lovely graphic novel? I’ve seen the single issue comics in comic book stores, and while it intrigued me, I never bothered to pick it up. But then I heard it was an East Asian-inspired, steampunk-esque, matriarchal fantasy world and hello, yes, I’m hooked.

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So I decided to review volume 1 and 2 together. Truthfully, sometimes I struggle with writing a review of a single volume, especially since this is definitely a longer series. Sometimes I feel as if volume one just allows me to touch the surface of the world, while volume 2 drags me under. 😉

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Review: “Lady Killer, Vol. 1” by Joëlle Jones & Jamie S. Rich

I picked up this book on a whim on a trip to my local library. I’d actually seen this comic around the comic book shops (when I actually went to them–it’s been a while) and I liked the premise and the art but I never did manage to buy it.

So of course I’m minding my own business, perusing the displays at the library, when I see a whole display of just comic volumes. I saw this and picked it up without question. I needed something easy to read and this was really perfect.

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