I grabbed this graphic novel from my local library just ‘cuz the other day, and I’m so glad I did. First Second has easily become a publishing favorite; they release such incredible titles for all ages. The Time Museum is a middle grade graphic novel, clocking in at about 250 pages. But let’s get into the plot!
Mike Maihack has done it again, fangirls. The first Cleopatra book introduced us to this lovely lady who was thrown forward in time to become the savior of the galaxy. We read as she recovered an ancient artifact, made friends, and even started future space school. But this one gets a fair bit scarier, and it looks like book three is about to lay some serious business in us. But first, The Thief and The Sword.
Fangirls, as many of you know, I am not much of a gamer. I enjoy playing video games, but I’m incredibly casual in doing so. I’m not one for FPS, I don’t mind TPS, but I love children’s games. I love simple, easygoing games, because that’s the type of gamer I am. Plus I like being able to beat a game pretty quickly.
Fangirls, I can not get enough of this comic. Doreen and her computer science major friends are all stuck in the past, fighting Doctor Doom and his Doombots, when someone from the future shows up! It’s hella future old woman Squirrel Girl! Not only is this the cutest possibility, but it’s the best!
Fangirls, I was instantly drawn to this comic because of the cover art. It’s gorgeous, and Elsa Charretier keeps up the beauty throughout the comic. I haven’t read Issue 2 yet, but I read #1 and instantly fell in love.
Hoooooooly shit, the Season 1 Finale of The Flash, “Fast Enough” was monumental and left us in a very interesting place in that it’s hard to know what will be happening in the coming season. Read More »
Woah, this episode let us look into Harrison Wells’ past something fierce and it was not at all what I was expecting! It also had the legend, Mark Hamill as the original Trickster and he was brilliant! Come to find out, this was actually a reprisal and he had played the original Trickster in the 1990’s Flash television series. They even used stills from his stint as the Trickster for old crime photos of the Trickster in this episode! His role felt vaguely like his Joker character because he used the same voice for it, but mixed in just enough Hannibal Lector to make it a real treat. This was along with his many pop culture references, my favorite being “It’s my Mona Lisa! My Breaking Bad Season 5!!”Read More »