Alright Fangirls, this Netflix series is a hidden gem. It’s relatively new, but looks like some regular show with Drew Barrymore. It doesn’t look like anything special. But I binge-watched this bad boy on Sunday because holy guacamole it’s hilarious.
I was very surprised, Fangirls, when I found that there was only one issue of Coffin Hill to review today. I was expecting at least two, maybe even three. But I found just the one, and upon it’s completion, I realized that this is the final issue of Coffin Hill.
I just started the much raved over HBO series, Game of Thrones and I have to say, I have no regrets. It appeals to me in the sense that it has a good story and leaves episodes on cliffhangers; enough to call you back. It also appeals to the Id in the sense that there is plenty of sex and violence to wet every viewers appetite. The girl who is the President of the Psychology Club even told me that she has no idea why she loves it because all it is is boobs and killing.Read More »
Fangirls, please tell me you’ve been reading Coffin Hill. It’s so amazing, and is always one of my first reads when I pick up my comics. They’re always so beautiful and gorey, and this issue, the start of the next storyline, is no different.
This comic is just so delicious, Fangirls. The illustration, the writing & character development, and the lovely dynamics of the two. I could read these all damn day. Unfortunately, the only issue I have with this comic is that theirs only five issues thus far. Each one, though, is more enjoyable & intense as the last. I’m like a little giddy child when I pick up this comic, but, it’s story it’s so much for the innocent minded. This comic is intense, gorey, and twisted. And I love every panel of it.
Hello Fangirls. I am so in love with this series, but I’m having such an issue with writing about it. I have read these two issues at least 3 times (not that I’m complaining, they’re lovely) but I can’t seem to force myself to write about them! So we’ll try, and hopefully my writing will do them some sort of justice.
Hello Fangirls! I love the library. The idea of free books is astounding and fantastic, to say the least. A big thing I love about my library, is that it has graphic novels, so I don’t have to buy everything that interests me. It’s great! So the other day I was in there, checking out books and such, and I saw a graphic novel called Beautiful Darkness. The back calls it an anti fairy tale, so I was definitely interested.
This article includes images that are a bit gory, so please be careful if you do not deal well with that.