I’ve never really connected with DC’s comic book heroes in the way I have with Marvel. As a child, I was more interested in the X-Men and the myriad of genders and non human characters on screen. That has started to change, as Diana has moved more into the forefront due to her more recent… Continue reading Wonder Woman by Leigh Bardugo | 1 Minute Reviews
Hey, I don’t just write about books. Sometimes I talk about them too and you can see my face, which could be nice occasionally I guess??
The Blue Bottle Mystery was originally written by Kathy Hoopmann, and has been adapted into a Graphic Novel by illustrator Rachel Smith and comic book author Mike Medaglia. The story follows Ben, who is struggling – his teacher is always angry at him, his dad doesn’t understand him, he is bullied. Only his best friend… Continue reading An Asperger’s Adventure: The Blue Bottle Mystery (Graphic Novel) | 1 Minute Reviews
All has been relatively quiet on here partly due to a busy work period, followed by the death of my wonderful uncle Quentin. He went peacefully, as an octogenarian, so I am thankful for that much. It has hit me very hard. For those who know me in real life, or some other semblance of… Continue reading Escaping grief with words
Graphic novels were a thing that happened to me when I started my masters degree, moving closer to one of my top nerd pals who started slipping me copies of Walking Dead and Preacher. I knew I’d like them, given the opportunity to engage and a little guidance from where to start – same for… Continue reading Reading Round Up: Graphic novels about girls oh my