Tagged with graphic novels

Best Books of 2016

Best Books of 2016

It’s that time of the year! Time to look back and reminisce on all of the fantastic books I’ve read in the past 365 days! I’ve decided to break things down into three categories this year: Fiction, Audiobooks, and Graphic Novels. Narrowing it down to 5 books or less in each category was a bit … Continue reading

My Summer Graphic Novel Binge!

My Summer Graphic Novel Binge!

After finding it difficult to sit and concentrate on novels early on in the summer (I blame the heat), I decided to dedicate July and August to catching up on all of the Graphic Novels I’ve been wanting to read, but haven’t had a chance to get to yet. It was refreshing to read something … Continue reading

Graphic Novel Review: Rat Queens Vol. 1

Graphic Novel Review: Rat Queens Vol. 1

Tired of graphic novels dominated by gunslinging guys and male superheroes coming to save the day? Well the comic gods have heard your prayers! Meet the Rat Queens, a rag tag group of female friends who make a living as swords for hire. Killing by day and partying hard by night, the Rat Queens are … Continue reading

Top 10 Graphic Novels

Top 10 Graphic Novels

In honour of Free Comic Book Day, I’ve decided to put together a list of my favourite Graphic Novels! I tend to read more Fantasy/Sci-Fi and Alternative comics than those based on Superheroes, so this list is going to focus on my favourite non-superhero comic series. Let me know what your favourite graphic novels are, … Continue reading

Book Review: Steelheart

Book Review: Steelheart

“I’ve seen Steelheart bleed. And I will see him bleed again.” Calling all superhero fans and geeks! Have I got a book for you! Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson is a complete knockout! A creative twist on the classic superhero tale, Steelheart is fast-paced, thrilling, and absolutely addicting! The novel takes place in the not so … Continue reading

Review: The Ouran Highschool Host Club!

Review: The Ouran Highschool Host Club!

One day long ago (ok…not THAT long ago….but when I was still in high school), my friends and I were browsing through Chapters as we typically did on a Friday night. Winding our way through the various aisles with Starbucks in hand, we stumbled across a table of strange books that we had never heard … Continue reading