Monthly Archives: September 2014

Blast From the Past Review: Someone At the Door by Richie Tankersley Cusick

Trapped in an epic snowstorm in their home in rural somewhere while their parents are out of town, Meg and Hannah are set up for a rough few nights.  But then comes a knock at the door and two strange … Continue reading

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Review: Vampire Knight volume 1 by Matsuri Hino, and illustrated by Matsuri Hino

ISBN: 1421508222 Available: New     This manga is set in an elite boarding school that is home to the “dayclass” (humans) and the “nightclass” (vampires). Yuki and Zero, both survivors of vampire attacks, now protect the Dayclass from the Nightclass … Continue reading

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Happy (?) Banned Books Week!

  Do you know which books are the most frequently challenged in this century and why? How about a timeline of banned books? This year the ALA and Banned Books Week movement celebrates banned comics! What’s your favorite? Tweet

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Review: Spike: Shadow Puppets

Buffy and Angel fans know they can depend on their series to be hilarious, yet innovative and poignant. One of the episodes proving this point is “Smile Time” where Angel is turned into a puppet by a nest of demonic … Continue reading

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Review: Angel: Spotlight

A side book in the Angel-verse this volume contains tales of Illyria (very emotional with a complexity of character that most stories wish they had), Gunn (very fun and action packed), Wesley (a sad story given what fans know that … Continue reading

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