Review on the latest comics continued from Monday. This article features reviews on Green Lantern: New Guardians #30, a series where the righting is beginning to falter, Supergirl #30 that continues to explore the rage inside her as she continues her way as a Red Lantern and finally Batman/Superman #9, the missing part in the First Contact story arc that has already been concluded.
An opinion piece on Pandora comics, Phantom Stranger comics and the idea behind the Trinity of Sin, whether it should continue to be separate or not.
Pretty Little Liars is already a hit show on the ABC Family network. This is the novel that started it out. What made me pick it up? I honestly have no clue, but I loved it. Read on to figure out what made this novel so captivating.
My reading list for this upcoming week. This week is about Insight (Insight, #1) and the critically acclaimed novel Cloud Atlas. What am I expecting here? Read here to find out.
A review on the latest issues that goes over and applauds the work with Cyborg and his place in Justice League comics, as proven in the delayed release of Justice League #29 and how Harley Quinn continues to shine in her campy series, and the reasons why are shown in the latest issue, Harley Quinn #5.
The Grand Budapest Hotel is a cinematic pleasure that brings a cast of wonderful stars together and conveys a deep emotional moment within all the humor. Read on for the full review.
he final part of this weeks reviews following Batman as he embarks for the search for his son’s stolen body in Batman and Wonder Woman #30 and a look at the fallout of the Infinity Series in Inhuman #1 presented by Marvel Comics.
A year ago HarperCollins released the School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani, now a World Without Princes has hit the shelves. Marvelous. Heartbreaking. Spellbinding. Those are just three words that describe this novel perfectly. It’s a novel not only about friendship but also about growing up, about coming of age. Read on for the full review.
A short article evaluating DC’s decision to create Earth 2: World’s End, a new weekly series with an extensive creative team that ties into Future’s End.
Continued from Monday, the latest in comic book reviews. This article features review on Dark Horse Comics Star Wars #16, that shows the sibling connected of Leia and Luke, unknown to them, Worlds’ Finest #22 that brings the “First Contact” story line to a full close while introducing a new story arc, and Red Hood and the Outlaws #30 that brings in some fun action sequences but sacrifices character development.
DC Comics is bringing back the 3-D Motion Covers for the new weekly series THE NEW 52: FUTURE’S END. But there’s a twist with these new covers.
Does The Lonesome Young bring something new to the tale of feuding families and forbidden love or does just it just blend in with the other novels that take a spin on Romeo and Juliet’s tale.
A review of the latest comics, This post features reviews on Superboy #30, delving into the unstable psyche of Jon, the son of Supeman and adopted son of Harvest, the Teen Titan’s greatest enemy (thus far) and Justice League 3000 #5, continuing the fun adventures of this dysfunctional team.
My reading list for this upcoming week. This week is about Fyre (Septimus Heap, #7), Anomaly (Causal Enchantment, #4) and Insight (Insight, #1). What am I expecting here? Read here to find out.
A story about prison and the price of living in a future where the perfect genetic structure could lead to the ultimate pain, “Wither” takes place in a very dark future.
The fifth story in the “Pretty Little Liars” series begins a new story arc as thrilling as the first. “Wicked” continues to mold a coming-of-age story within the mystery and thriller genres.