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Rick and Neegan (More Alike Than Different?)

April 26, 2019

I still enjoy The Walking Dead comic series. It’s always nice to see the graphic novels showing up at the library. Here are the latest two volumes I read and my thoughts on them. There are minor spoiler alerts ahead. The Walking Dead Vol 29 [Keep Reading]

The 11th Doctor Still Travels with The Ponds

April 18, 2019

The Eleventh Doctor Archives: Volume 2 I haven’t read Volume 1 of this collection, but I would like to. I read graphic novels out of order all the time, simply due to the fact that I borrow whatever is available from the public library when I [Keep Reading]

Countdown America

April 10, 2019

Countdown America by M.C. Fox Isabella Bendel used to be a field agent for the CIA. After the death of her husband, she accepted a promotion to a supervisor position. One of the reasons she took the job was because it should have been a lot less [Keep Reading]

Adventures in Space via Comics

April 4, 2019

Here are the latest graphic novels I copped from the public library and my thoughts on them. Captain Marvel – Alis Volat Propriis I have to admit, I don’t know much about the character of Captain Marvel. My exposure to her comes from the [Keep Reading]

Originality is Always the Answer

March 28, 2019

Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World by Adam Grant I really enjoyed this book. I took tons of notes while reading it. Here are a few of my takeaways from it. Question the Default “The hallmark of originality is rejecting the default [Keep Reading]

Hawkeye – Avenging Archer

March 24, 2019

My introduction to Hawkeye was through the Avengers movies. I knew very little about the character prior to that and, frankly, didn’t find him all that compelling. I reluctantly picked up the 2013 comic book series a few years back and was [Keep Reading]

My List of 2019 Reads

March 21, 2019

Reading is often a personal experience that is very rarely shared. Every now and then a book may really speak to you and you want to let people know about it. So you bring it up in conversation, you post about it on social media, and then you move [Keep Reading]

Reading Library Books on a Phone

March 15, 2019

Ten years ago, I looked at getting an e-reader and actually shopped around for one. I wasn’t happy with the functionality of them at the time and so I never did get one. Around that time, I even tried to borrow e-books and e-audio from the [Keep Reading]

Star Trek / Green Lantern Crossover

March 14, 2019

Two of my favoruite fandoms come together in an epic crossover event; Star Trek and Green Lantern. When I saw this book, I had to get my hands on it right away. And it didn’t disappoint. Star Trek / Green Lantern: Volume 1 – The Spectrum [Keep Reading]

We Should All Be Feminists

March 8, 2019

We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie My first exposure to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was through her TED Talk “The Danger of a Single Story.” She made some great points about how we should strive to learn more about other [Keep Reading]
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