• A Brazen Look into Amazing Woman in History: A Review

    A Brazen Look into Amazing Woman in History: A Review0

    Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked The World Penelope Bagieu (cartoonist and writer) First Second Books March 6, 2018 I took this book from my friend after five minutes of looking at it. In that little of time, I knew that Brazen was something special. Created by the French cartoonist Penelope Bagieu, Brazen is a bewitching

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  • 01: First Second Fall 2018 Cover Reveal!

    01: First Second Fall 2018 Cover Reveal!0

    This month the exciting and innovative publisher First Second revealed their Fall 2018 covers. 01:First Second is the publisher that brought you great books like Pashmina, The Cute Girl Network and Tillie Walden’s ice skater graphic Novel Spinning, and this fall they are release some amazing title s that we know will become some of future favorites.

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  • Spill Night is a Promising New Horror Comic

    Spill Night is a Promising New Horror Comic0

    Spill Night Scott Westerfeld (writer) and Alex Puvilland (illustrator) First Second May 6th, 2017 Free Comic Book Day (FCBD) comics are such silly things. Sure, it’s fun to see your local comic shop overflowing with people, all lined up to get free stuff from publishers that normally ask at least four bucks for a monthly

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  • Review: Delilah Dirk and The King’s Shilling

    Review: Delilah Dirk and The King’s Shilling0

    Delilah Dirk & The King’s Shilling Tony Cliff First Second March 8th, 2016 Disclaimer: This review is based on an advanced copy from the publisher and may contain spoilers. Just as I finished reading Delilah Dirk and The King’s Shilling, it was announced that Disney acquired the film rights to the comic series by Tony Cliff. Set in the

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  • A Quick Stop in The Nameless City

    A Quick Stop in The Nameless City0

    The Nameless City Faith Erin Hicks Jordie Bellaire, color First Second April 2016 Disclaimer: This review was based on an advanced reader copy. The Nameless City is the first book in a planned trilogy by Eisner-winner Faith Erin Hicks. With a long resume of excellent books, Hicks has often targeted middle-grade readers, and they are

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  • A Peek Into Fable Comics

    A Peek Into Fable Comics0

    From classics like “The Tortoise and the Hare” and “The Grasshopper and the Ants” to obscure gems like “The Frogs Who Desired a King,” Fable Comics has something to offer every reader. Twenty-eight fables from different cultures and traditions are wonderfully adapted and illustrated in comics format by twenty-six different cartoonists. Edited by New York

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