Animosity Volume 1: The Wake

Review: I picked up Animosity for Read Harder this year. It's my comic that isn't published by Marvel, DC, or Image, task 18. I know it seems impossible to find sometimes, but there are quite a few good ones. I have them separated in the comics tab by label too, just in case anyone is … Continue reading Animosity Volume 1: The Wake

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Wires and Nerve Volume 2: Gone Rogue by Marissa Meyer

Review:  I read and reviewed the first book of this series last year, which is available here. I've also gone on, at length, about how much I adore Marissa Meyer and the world she created for this series and the Lunar Chronicles. Gone Rogue continues the story with Iko as the protagonist. As mentioned in the … Continue reading Wires and Nerve Volume 2: Gone Rogue by Marissa Meyer

Pashmina by Nidhi Chanani

Review: My first Read Harder 2018 book! This was my choice for task #8, a comic written or illustrated by a person of color. Though I try to read about other cultures, I do have a tendency to get the terms for things mixed up. I do this with my own mix of Cuban and … Continue reading Pashmina by Nidhi Chanani

Princeless: The Pirate Princess

Review: This volume serves as volume 3 for the Princeless series even though it isn't labeled that way. The next one after just goes on to volume four with Princess Adrienne and then Raven moving on to her own series. Adrienne has been on the run and working to save her sisters, but when she … Continue reading Princeless: The Pirate Princess

Princeless Volume 2: Get Over Yourself

Review: I fell in love with this series back in December when I read Volume 1, Save Yourself, and had been looking forward to this volume ever since. It did not disappoint. I loved the title for this one and the way it plays into the plot. Adrienne is out to rescue her older sister … Continue reading Princeless Volume 2: Get Over Yourself

Lumberjanes #29-32 Diane is back!

Review:                  Here we have the next story line for the Lumberjanes series and we get to catch up with the Greek gods in this one!! Diane is back and with a quest that the girls have no choice but to get in the way of. I'm not … Continue reading Lumberjanes #29-32 Diane is back!

Princeless Volume 1: Save Yourself

Review: I did not expect to like this one nearly as much as I did. I figured it was a cute concept with a WOC as a main character and as royalty, which was an especially nice touch, but I did not anticipate the awesomeness. There's just too much to love here. Adrienne Ashe never … Continue reading Princeless Volume 1: Save Yourself

E.X.O.- The Legend of Wale Williams Part One

Review: This is one of the comics I posted about after going to the Baltimore Comic-Con. It looked interesting and the writer was there, promoting his comic, so how could I resist? Okay, that by itself is resistible. It's the part where the story is set in Africa. Is it just me, or is anyone … Continue reading E.X.O.- The Legend of Wale Williams Part One

Plume Volume 1 by K. Lynn Smith

Review: This was surprisingly fun. I expected some fun, but it took a different turn than I expected in the fun department and I am totally hooked. Plume is a story set in the Old West about a girl named Vesper Grey and her supernatural companion, Corrick. On their quest to recover her father's life … Continue reading Plume Volume 1 by K. Lynn Smith

Lumberjanes Vol 4: Out Of Time (#13-16)

Review: This is one of my favorite comic series. For reviews of prior volumes, click on the number: 1, 2, and 3. This volume begins by going back to the beginning of the summer and how the girls all met in the first part and then jumps forward again for the rest. A new problem is introduced along … Continue reading Lumberjanes Vol 4: Out Of Time (#13-16)