Alright Fangirls, you know that I love me some retellings. Heart of Iron is no exception. Written by Ashley Posten (of Geekerella), this is the first of (at least) two books. It was a gripping read, and we’re going to get right into it.
I bought this book for a couple, specific reasons. First of all, I love the story of Peter Pan. The idea of an island where you can be carefree and young always is incredible. Second, I love reimaginings. I loved Gregory Maguire’s books, I’ve enjoyed Disney’s villain books, they’re all interesting. So I grabbed Lost Boy, the story of Captain Hook.
Fangirls, a couple years ago Princeless was a part of the haul from Free Comic Book Day. I picked up a copy and fell in love with the idea. The princesses rescue each other and kind of make a girl gang. It’s an all ages comic from action lab. So when I saw a trade on Earthworld’s shelf about a pirate princess, I was all in.
It’s hard to believe that I haven’t written anything about Ms. Youngs yet, Fangirls. Since my days as a super cool middle schooler, I’ve been loving up Jenny’s music and have adored watching her career move forward. This week, she released Slack Tide, a magnificent EP that I haven’t stopped listening to since it’s delivery on Tuesday.
This series has been a whole lot of ups & downs for both Scott Summers & the reader. Parts of this series really could be better, but for the most part, it has been better than expected. Now it’s got a new writer & artist, and it’s tough to tell exactly what that means for Cyclops. Because not a whole lot happened this issue.
To be blatant, I hate it. My father used to (? probably still does) torrent music and movies so we could watch them at our house, and he refused to stop, even when they threatened to shut off our internet because he was voiding the agreement plan. It’s foolish and irritating, plus it uses up all of the bandwidth, fools.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, I love spin offs of classic children’s stories. I loved Lost Girls, The Fables stories, the Marvel adaptations of Oz stories, so there’s no reasons for Syfy movies to be any different. Recently I watched Neverland, a movie that premiered in 2011. And, as the name suggests, it was a new take on Peter Pan.