Azarath Metrion Zinthos – Teen Titans: Raven Review

OK, this is going to be less of a review and more of a brief love letter! I adored this graphic novel! There are no words! I have the softest spot for the character of Raven and I’m super protective of her, but all my worries melted away within a few pages of Teen Titans:…

Sweet and Emotional – Pilu of the Woods Review

In its simplest form, Pilu of the Woods is a beautiful and heart-warming story about facing your emotions before they get the better of you. It’s aimed at middle-grade aged readers but it’s easily accessible for people of any age due to the message and artwork used. Pilu of the Woods is a light fantasy graphic novel centred on a…

I ain’t afraid of no ghosts – Sheets Review

Sheets is a really beautiful graphic novel by Brenna Thummler that is seemingly simple, yet quite complex once you get in to it. It’s about two main characters; Marjorie, a living mid-teenage girl, and Wendell, a ghost boy of about 9 to 11 years old. Marjorie is a teenage girl who has practically stepped into…

Avada Kedavra! Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Three review

Tom Taylor is back for Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Three and has knocked it out of the park again – well, at least for the first two thirds of the story, as a different writer takes over for the final third. So, picking up from where Year Two left off, the war with the…