I did an Oopsie… the last few comic book reviews

This week Netgalley has been ever so generous to me and approved me for 10 books at once! Over half of those were comic books/graphic novels, so I decided to get through those over this weekend. I started off really strong with The Weirn Books and X-O Manowar. Yesterday I wasn’t nearly as lucky with…… Continue reading I did an Oopsie… the last few comic book reviews

I did an Oopsie… some more comic book reviews

As I stated yesterday, Netgalley approved me for 10 books at once! Although I am very grateful, I am also starting a new job next week so it is a bit much all at once. Therefore I am using this weekend to tackle a bunch of them, the comics/graphic novels. Yesterday I read the Amazing…… Continue reading I did an Oopsie… some more comic book reviews

I did an Oopsie… so here are some comic book reviews

So in my wrap-up I said I wanted to take March reading a bit slower… and then Netgalley approved me for 10 books! Oops. Well, at least we are still in lockdown for a while it seems so I got plenty of reading time right? Well actually, I got a new job! Next week I…… Continue reading I did an Oopsie… so here are some comic book reviews

Review The Flutist of Arnhem – Antonio Gil

In October 1943, all the Special Operations Executive (SOE) agents in Holland are captured by the Germans . . . except one. John Hewson, a.k.a. “Boekman,” is the most dangerous agent to the German occupiers, with vital information about the German army, Boekman escapes the clutches of the S.S. and stays hidden until the start…… Continue reading Review The Flutist of Arnhem – Antonio Gil

Review Lady Mechanika, Vol 6: Sangre

Lady Mechanika journeys to Spain to protect a local Barón’s son from an alleged demonic entity, but were the young man’s injuries actually caused by supernatural forces, or by illicit experiments conducted by his own father? What sinister secret is the Barón trying to hide, and could it somehow be entangled with Lady Mechanika’s past?…… Continue reading Review Lady Mechanika, Vol 6: Sangre

Review The Incredible Nellie Bly

Born in 1864, Nellie Bly was a woman who did not allow herself to be defined by the time she lived in, she rewrote the narrative and made her own way. I always like picking up these graphic novels which teach me about inspiring people or historical events I don’t know (enough) about. So when…… Continue reading Review The Incredible Nellie Bly

Middle Grade on Monday: Beauty and the Beast – Jessica Gunderson

Revisit the tale of Beauty and the Beast. Beauty’s father gets lost in the woods and stumbles onto a castle. He reaches for a rose to bring to his daughter–but there’s a price. Will Beauty win her freedom, or be trapped in the Beast’s castle forever? This graphic novel is a very simplified mash-up of Beauty…… Continue reading Middle Grade on Monday: Beauty and the Beast – Jessica Gunderson

Review The Mask of a Thousand Tears – David Chauvel & Roberto Ali

After a horrific battle in a mythical Asian land, a peasant soldier with a mysterious past encounters a young woman who has come to find the body of her dead fiancé. She is determined to travel to Takedo Castle and get her hands on the Mask of a Thousand Tears, a golden mask which will…… Continue reading Review The Mask of a Thousand Tears – David Chauvel & Roberto Ali