Graphic Novel Read-a-thon?

Anyone who knows me knows, I don't do read-a-thons. Unfortunately, I am much too busy, and read WAY too slowly to actually read during a designated time period. Pair that with the pressure of reading a lot in a little amount of time, and you have a recipe for disaster. However, I will say that [...]

[Review] The Okay Witch – Emma Steinkellner

(Emma Steinkellner, 2019) Sabrina the Teenage Witch meets Roller Girl in this hilarious, one-of-a-kind graphic novel about a half-witch who has just discovered the truth about herself, her family, and her town and is doing her best to survive middle school now that she knows everything! Magic is harder than it looks. Thirteen-year-old Moth Hush loves all things [...]

DC Launches New Imprints for YA & Middle Grade Graphic Novels

In the summer of 2018, DC announced the launch of two new imprints, DC Ink & DC Zoom, which are designed to cater to YA and middle grade readers. For those who are unaware, DC is the other comic giant in the industry (alongside their well known competitor Marvel). They are responsible for characters like [...]

Help Support a New Cartoonist Trying to be Published

Hey guys, I come to you today with a request. I know that this community in itself is extremely supportive and welcoming towards new authors, and people who are trying to make it to the next level in the bookish world. Tom Duffy is a cartoonist and illustrator who has graduated from School of Visual [...]

Graphic Novel Mini Reviews

As many of you may know (from my February Wrap-up), I read a butt load of graphic novels last month. I didn't want to just read them and move on, but I also didn't want to write up individual reviews for each of them (I ain't got time for that). Then I remembered that I [...]

The Babysitter’s Club- Graphic Novel series Feature

       This series was one of my absolute favorites when I was growing up. Now that I am thinking about it though, I think I read more of the Little Sister (Karen’s story) series than the actual babysitters but regardless, Ann M. Martin was a name I knew very well.  While I was re-reading [...]