“This graphic novel spreads madness for it gives readers a glimpse at the divine.”
“The Illuminati Ball has a magnificent concept . . .”
“Tyler Cross: Angola is the perfect graphic novel for those sick of superheroes. . . .
It’s déjà vu all over again! Remember Rover? The eerie, icky white latex ball/balloon that bursts from the sea to envelop escapees from the Village?
One might think that by now Saint Salander had driven all of the fascists, sexual predators, and other snakes out of Sweden. After all, Sweden is not a very large country. But, alas, no.
“The Prague Coup reminds readers that sometimes writers lived lives more interesting than the ones they created in their novels.“
“Mystery lovers will certainly relate to the adventures of Jourdan and Crackerjack, while kids can easily take to this novel’s humor and carefree attitude.”
“Prison Grievances unique combination of graphic novel and self-help book should be on every prisoner's bookshelf.”
"Jimmy Chee cannot die."
At least as frustrating as a bad book—which, after all, can be tossed aside and forgotten—is a good book that could have been even better.
Crime Does Not Pay was a periodical comic book series that was published from 1942 to 1955 by Lev Grossman Publications.
Fans of the Sleepy Hollow movie should beware buying this graphic novel based off the Fox series.
In the months prior to America being dragged into the Second World War, the country was filled with undercover agents from Germany and other foreign lands.
“Mr. Geary is the sort of historian we all wanted to have in school or college: a teacher who makes history interesting and compelling. Thankfully now, we have him in graphic novel form.
Lunch Lady and the Summer Camp Shakedown opens with Lunch Lady having her van stolen, which makes it difficult to discern if this is part of the tale, or the briefing of a background story