I (like many folks) binge watched Shrill on Hulu recently. I had heard some really positive things about it, and was ready to experience it myself. I’m so glad that I did.
We met a lot of new characters this week on American Gods, and each introduction was perfect. The writing, casting, cinematography and music all continue to be wonderful. So, without any further ado let’s jump into episode two. (Small warning, this post will be discussing things such as spiders and slight violence)
Fangirls, awhile back, when I visited Vermont, we went into a rather small bookshop. I have a difficult time not buying books when I’m surrounded by them, so I found one that was rather small, and nabbed it to travel with. Most of my bus ride was filled with naps and snacks, so reading took a bit of a back seat. But a couple weeks ago I took time out from stressing to finish up Worn Stories, and became incredibly grateful that I got it.
Lady Killer 3 picks up plot threads left throughout issue 2 and really starts things rolling. Rich, Jones and Allred play another fast paced issue full of subtleties and intrigue. We are halfway through the series and edging towards the climax as all the players and pieces start to fit nicely into place. Read More »
Hey Fangirls sorry for the wait on the review for Lady Killer issue two, but this one is a real damn fine book! If you were still on the fence after issue one, I hope you give this next installment a chance. Jones and Rich really rev up the pace, the action and the drama.Read More »
I’ve been waiting for this book a while now. Jamie S. Rich has been creeping up my list of favorite comic book writers these past few years and he delivers again. This time Rich teams up with the very talented Joëlle Jones on art/story and Laura Allred on colors. This book is truly killer. Read More »
Wow, it’s hard to believe that Harley Quinn has been coming out for a year already! And since it’s been such a great year, HQ Annual #1 is a “rub n smell” spectacular! Apparently the title “scratch n sniff” is licensed, so this scenticular issue had to have a different way to say the same thing.