• Resident Alien #1: More Than Meets the Eye

    Resident Alien #1: More Than Meets the Eye0

    Resident Alien: An Alien in New York#1 Peter Hogan (Writer), Steve Parkhouse (Artist) Dark Horse Comics April 2018 An alien stranded far from home, Harry Vanderspeigle works as a doctor in Patience, Washington. Harry also investigates crimes freelance to keep himself occupied. With four positive outcomes under his belt, he finds himself on the case

  • Normandy Gold #4: Farrah Hair Everywhere

    Normandy Gold #4: Farrah Hair Everywhere1

    Normandy Gold #4 Megan Abbott and Alison Gaylin (Writers), Steve Scott (Artist) Titan Comics October 18, 2017 Sheriff Normandy Gold is a woman who heeds no man’s warning when it comes to finding justice for her slain sister, Lila. Leaving her small town sheriff post, Gold travels to Washington D.C. to investigate her sister’s murder

  • Ripples: A Detective’s Diary [Review]

    Ripples: A Detective’s Diary [Review]0

    Ripples Wai Wai Pang (Writer and Artist) PEOW Studio April 4, 2017 Disclaimer: This review is based on a review copy provided by the publisher. Strange things happen in small towns. Ripples, the graphic novel debut of Wai Wai Pang, begins with the disappearance of a 13-year-old boy named Luke Phelps from his quiet community.

  • Dogears: Velvet Wrapped Steel and Homicidal Royals

    Dogears: Velvet Wrapped Steel and Homicidal Royals0

    The Mothers  Brit Bennett Riverhead Books October 11, 2016 Disclaimer: An Advanced Reader’s Copy (ARC) of the book was provided by the publisher for an honest review. I found out about this book while reading the October 2016 issue of Vogue. Lupita Nyong’o was on the cover looking gorgeous as usual, and I came across

  • Dogears: The Power of Symbolism and Storytelling

    Dogears: The Power of Symbolism and Storytelling0

    Mama’s Nightingale: A Story of Immigration and Separation Edwidge Danticat & Leslie Staub Dial Books September 1, 2015 The complexity of immigration policy may be difficult to explain to a child, but many are affected by it. Saya’s mother is an undocumented Haitian immigrant who has been detained by ICE. To ease Saya’s suffering, her

  • Dogears: More SmallvilleGuy!

    Dogears: More SmallvilleGuy!0

    Lois Lane: Double Down Gwenda Bond Switch Press May 1, 2016 Disclaimer: A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Jess, WWAC writer, reviewed the first Lois Lane novel Fallout, and I agreed that it was a really fun read. I adored teen Lois and was excited