• Mata Hari: Beautiful Art, Confusing Storytelling

    Mata Hari: Beautiful Art, Confusing Storytelling0

    Mata Hari  Emma Beeby (Writer), Ariela Kristantina (Artist), Pat Masioni (Colours), Sal Cipriano (Letters) Dark Horse Comics 13 March, 2019 It is 1917. Infamous seductress and spy, Mata Hari, stands trial for working against the interests of France. Though she vehemently denies the accusations, her counsel is given neither time nor access to the requisite

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  • Emma G. Wildford: A Poetic Adventure

    Emma G. Wildford: A Poetic Adventure0

    Emma G. Wildford Zidrou (Writer), Edith (Artist) Éditions Soleil (French), Titan Comics (English) 21 November, 2018 A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review, It’s the hottest summer in London, but Emma G. Wildford has her mind on colder climes. Her fiancé, Roald Hodges, left for an

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  • Dogears: Thrilling Journeys into the Past, Present, and Alternate Future

    Dogears: Thrilling Journeys into the Past, Present, and Alternate Future0

    In a world filled with far too many great books, it’s hard to figure out what to pick up next. Luckily, Bookmarked is here to help in your search with “Dogears,” bite-sized book reviews from our growing TBR piles. Check out what we’ve been reading this past month, and see if you can find your next

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  • The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats, Piracy, and Historically Accurate Feminism

    The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats, Piracy, and Historically Accurate Feminism2

    The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy Mackenzi Lee Katherine Tegen Books October 2nd 2018 About halfway through The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy, the protagonist looks into a mirror and is struck with a case of nerves. She’s about to meet a personal hero, and her appearance falls well short of standard. But

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  • Timing is Everything for Monstro Mechanica

    Timing is Everything for Monstro Mechanica0

    Monstro Mechanica #1 Paul Allor (writer), Chris Evenhuis (artist), Sjan Weijers (colorist) Aftershock December 2017 In late fifteenth-century Florence, Italy, Leonardo da Vinci’s apprentice Isabel struggles to keep her teacher safe from the world and the world safe from him when the inventor finds himself caught between a rock and a hard place: the Medicis

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  • History Has Its Eyes on Us: A Hamilton Fan Reviews Declaration #1

    History Has Its Eyes on Us: A Hamilton Fan Reviews Declaration #10

    Declaration #1 Josh Trujillo (Writer), Levi Hastings (Artist) Lost His Keys Man Comics November 2nd, 2016 It’s a foregone conclusion that in this post-Hamilton era, any new media set during America’s Revolutionary War is now forever going to draw comparisons to said musical and its creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and more than likely fall short. However, with

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