'There were places you didn’t want to walk, precautions you took that had to do with locks on windows and doors, drawing the curtains, leaving on lights. These things you did were like prayers; you did them and you hoped they would save you.' ******Trigger warnings: Rape, sexual assault, suicide (off page), self harm, death… Continue reading Review: The Handmaids Tale (The Graphic Novel) by Margaret Atwood and Reneé Nault
'Turns out it's the diseased and the dying who feel it first when the whole world breaks like a heart.' I have returned folks! I was lucky enough to have a mini Staycation in Galway with the boyf this week and I never got time to prep posts before leaving so this review is well… Continue reading Review: The Dreaming Volume 2: Empty Shells by Simon Spurrier, Abigail Larson, Bilquis Evely, Matt Lopes and Quinton Winter
Black Panther is one of the best solo Marvel movies. Fight me. Wakanda forever and if Okoye punched me I would thank her for it. So when one of my favourite SFF authors was wriitng about T'challa's genius sister on top of it, you bet I was on board. But, this wasn't great. The world… Continue reading Review: Shuri Volume One: Search for Black Panther by Nnedi Okorafor, Jordie Bellaire and Leonardo Romero
You think that we hide behind walls to protect us from the walking dead? Don't you get it? We are the walking dead! I think it was 2014 or 2015 when I caught up with The Walking Dead TV show. I was obsessed and I'm not even joking when I say that. I was sharing… Continue reading Review: The Walking Dead: Compendium One
Now it has been a WHILE since I covered comics on the blog. It has also been a while since I read a Teen Titans story. This book also was one of the graphic novels I couldn't wait for last year since I have been following Gabriel Picolo and his amazing art for years. So… Continue reading Review: Teen Titans: Raven by Kami Garcia and Gabriel Picolo
None of us can avoid the C word (not my C word) anymore. I was going to avoid putting any mention of the virus here on my blog but lets be honest that this isn't possible anymore. I've been working from home for nearly a week and as of today, Ireland has recorded another death… Continue reading Immersive SFF for Social Distancing
Joe Hill is one of my favourite authors of all time and his work in comics is no different to the wonderful writing of his novels. I was lucky enough to meet him at World Con this year and I felt it high time I read Locke and Key again. Locke and Key takes place… Continue reading Locke and Key: Volumes 1&2 by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez Review
Comics! They are great, I love them and now I am going to write about some here! So recently I re-read and caught back up with Doomsday Clock and for the first time since it began I have an opinion on the direction of the story. I have thoughts. Doomsday Clock is a 12 issue… Continue reading Doomsday Clock overview; The clock is ticking!