Friends and Fangirls, I just read the most bodacious of books, Clueless: Senior Year! This graphic novel focuses on our girls Tai, Dionne, and (of course) Cher Horowitz as they go through senior year learning who they are.
I wish I had ordered and read this as soon as I finished book 5 because wow this book has more twists than I anticipated. On the other hand, I’m so glad that I took my time getting to it because I sped through this last night, and I think that this may be the final installment. I’m going to keep this as spoiler-free as possible, but obviously there will be spoilers everywhere. So strap in, Fangirls, it’s a bumpy ride.
Fangirls, this is an incredible book. I know very little about folk music or The Mamas & the Papas, but I like reading comics about real people and their lives. That, and the cover art really drew me to California Dreamin’ the other day.
Up until last week, I thought this was the final book in the Last Man series, but it’s not! I’ve yet to order the next one, so there is a possibility that I won’t have it for next week, so I may take a break from this series for a bit. But believe me, I don’t want to; these books are incredible cliffhangers! But let’s get to the book.
Yesterday I was hunting through our collection of graphic novels to find something that I could write about for today, and coming up empty handed. When I asked the boyfriend what his suggestion was, he mentioned Last Man, a series of graphic novels published by First Second that a video game (Last Fight) based on the characters in it. We searched until we found the first book, The Stranger, and I cozied up to read it.
I was shuffling though one of our book cases the other day, in search of a graphic novel to read for today, and was happy to find this, an adaptation of the Dracula story. The boyfriend is all about the Occult & Horror, so I wasn’t terribly surprised, but, flipping through, I immediately fell in love with the art. So I nabbed it & cozied up to read.
Earlier this week I read this incredible, biographical graphic novel about Andre The Giant. I knew of him from The Princess Bride, and I had a small inkling that he was involved in wresting, but I knew very little about wresting. But the graphic novel really opened my eyes to the way things are done in wrestling, and to a multitude of information on Andre The Giant.