An inspiring heroine who’s both determined and kind makes Peach and the Isle of Monsters worth a look, despite some pacing troubles.
After more than three years on hiatus, Saga will be back in January 2022 with a double-length issue #55 promising ‘the most epic chapter yet’
Through the eyes of Stormer, Misfits #2 offers a candid, heartbreaking look at what it’s like to be a fat person in a skinny person’s world.
The first print edition of the excellent Fresh Romance from Rosy Press is now available, and you can catch my review of it over at NZ Booklovers.
Today, Comics Alliance released a preview of Jem and the Holograms #7, the first issue of a new arc with a new artist. It’s looking fantastic.
Jem and the Holograms, by Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell, is easily my favourite comic book right now – let me tell you why.
[ CONTENT WARNING: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ] Artist Kiva Bay is raising awareness about domestic abuse through a powerful, moving webcomic, and it’s well worth reading.
Now Reading is a new, (semi) regular feature full of quick takes on what I’ve been reading lately. This week – Jem and the Holograms, DC Comics Bombshells, Tomb Raider, and Fresh Romance.
It’s an interesting situation to find yourself in, trying to write a review for something…
After a start that was already pretty damn strong, Bitch Planet is only getting better.