Category Archives: graphic novels

Hexed: The Harlot and the Thief volume 2 by Michael Alan Nelson

Lucifer is settling into the changes in her career (she steals magical items for humanity’s safety), like the fact that she accidentally turned her adoptive mother’s intern into a necromancer and now has to teach her about the underworlds. As … Continue reading

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Gotham Academy volume 2: Calamity by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher

There is a lot going on at Gotham Academy. We already know that it is linked by tunnels to the ruins of Arkham Asylum. We know Killer Croc was haunting its tunnels. We know Headmaster Hammer knows something. And we … Continue reading

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Review: Teen Titans volume 2: Family Lost by Geoff Johns

With the Titans newly reformed despite the adult heroes’ disapproval the team begins to act less as punishers of evil and more like a support system for a bunch of kids abandoned—or worse—by their parents. If they even have them. … Continue reading

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Review: Arrow Season 2.5

by Marc Guggenheim, Keto Shimizu, Brian Ford Sullivan and Joe Bennett Personally I always find tv and movies more fun when you can tell the creators, actors, and crew are having a lot of fun with it. One of the … Continue reading

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Review: Hexed: The Harlot and the the Thief volume 1 by Michael Nelson and Dan Mora

Lucifer’s quest to steal and secure the dangerous magical artifacts of the world continues. While stealing a painting with an enchanted frame, she crosses a team employed by the mysterious and powerful Madam Cymbaline. She also tries to save a … Continue reading

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Book Review: She-Hulk, Volume 1: Single Green Female

Apparently She Hulk is way to much of a rock star for anyone to handle. Her success, invulnerability and Tony Stark-like fame has made her a very difficult to tolerate Avenger. So difficult that she is fired from her day … Continue reading

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Review: Angel: Old Friends

It’s not terribly clear whether Old Friends is an alternate to After the Fall or not. In the latter we see L.A. materialized in hell and some major changes to our cast. In Old Friends it’s clear the Wolfram & … Continue reading

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Review: Hexed by Michael Alan Nelson and Emma Rios

The cover chatter boasts this is ″the new Buffy″ to which I say meh. Don’t get me wrong I absolutely loved this graphic novel, from ″Lucifer″ herself, to the bold colors and art. But this isn’t Buffy. For one Lucifer … Continue reading

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Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Ring of Fire

Set during the “Angel is Evil” saga in the series (mid-late second season) Ring of Fire explains the commented on, but never really explained plot point in Undays of our Lives where Dru leaves Spike! I had always wondered on … Continue reading

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Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Remaining Sunlight

by Andi Watson, Joe Bennett and Rick Ketcham The Remaining Sunlight is less a cohesive single story and more several comic Buffy shorts. In the first Xander takes martial arts lessons to try to keep up with Buffy and learns … Continue reading

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