2018 Reads

Black Panther Was a Middle School Kid Once Too

October 3, 2018

Black Panther – The Young Prince by Ronald L. Smith I really enjoyed the Black Panther movie. I was familiar with the character before the film, but I had really not paid him much attention. I read a graphic novel here and there, but they [Keep Reading]

Hana’s Story NEEDED to be Told

September 13, 2018

Hana’s Suitcase by Karen Levine An educator in a small museum in Japan asked for some artifacts for an exhibit she was preparing on the Holocaust. One of the items she received was an empty suitcase with a girl’s name painted on the [Keep Reading]

Escape From the Library

August 29, 2018

Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library by Chris Grabenstein I have to admit that I don’t like the genre of mystery. It’s not appealing to me to see someone solve a murder. Detective fiction seems too formulaic and improbable for me to truly [Keep Reading]

Justice League Stand-Alones

August 22, 2018

Aquaman – Vol. 1: The Drowning This is the start of a new era for Aquaman. He wants to work closely with the people of Earth and hopes that a new embassy will help him achieve peace between the land and the sea. Of course, there are those on [Keep Reading]

The Third Doctor Returns

July 30, 2018

Doctor Who – Heralds of Destruction The Third Doctor is no longer exiled on Earth. The TARDIS works and he is ready to go on an adventure, but before he can, a strange spaceship crashes and begins what looks to be a full-scale invasion. [Keep Reading]

Life Goals of a Twelve-Year-Old

June 29, 2018

The Life List by Lori Nelson Spielman Did you ever make a list of life goals when you were young? Have you ever revisited it? That, in essence, is the plot of this novel by Lori Nelson Spielman. It revolves around a thirty-something woman who wrote [Keep Reading]

Rap Music Needs More Anthologies

June 4, 2018

The Anthology of Rap by Adam Bradley and Andrew Dubois (editors) Rap is poetry. The way emcees put together words and deliver them can be magical. This book tries to highlight that be stripping everything else away except for the words on a page. [Keep Reading]

Not Your Usual Time Travel Romp

May 28, 2018

All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai We didn’t get the future we were supposed to have. Remember when we all thought that by the 2000s we would have flying cars and robot maids? Well, that actually did happen. It was thanks to a renewable and [Keep Reading]

Iron Fist Finds Himself

April 30, 2018

Iron Fist – The Trial of the Seven Masters This is the first Iron Fist comic that I have ever read. It’s not the first time I’ve come across the character, however. I have read stories that featured him in several different titles, [Keep Reading]

Canada Under Siege

April 27, 2018

We Stand On Guard by Brian K. Vaughan, Steve Skroce, Matt Hollingsworth, and Fonografiks In the year 2112, a war erupts between the United States of America and Canada. This graphic novels tells the story of a small band of freedom fighters doing [Keep Reading]
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