Tragic Hulk Comics

Hulk isn’t usually my character of choice, however, I was bullied into reading a few of my boyfriend’s favourites. I didn’t regret it. Whereas once I’d assumed hulk was all brawn and no brains (or emotions for that matter), in these comics I was proved wrong. Planet Hulk effectively shows what happiness looks like to the original green giant. When you can literally see someone’s … Continue reading Tragic Hulk Comics

Really Strange Graphic Novel Series on Mental Health

Forgiveness is Really Strange An atypical subject that has a wide range of meanings and stories surrounding it. I enjoyed the simplistic art, which aided my understanding of the topic and didn’t detract from what is being recounted. This graphic novel comprehensively condenses such a complex emotion. There is an interesting array of advice and wisdom within these pages. This includes the benefits of forgiving and letting … Continue reading Really Strange Graphic Novel Series on Mental Health

Review: 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank – Matthew Rosenberg

Completely shocking. This was nothing like what I expected at all. Each chapter starts with a quirky but lighthearted game. You grow to know the characters through these games. You see them as they see themselves, which is much easier to connect with and so unique! The story follows Paige, whose father has got involved with some unsavoury characters and a plot to rob a local … Continue reading Review: 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank – Matthew Rosenberg

Comic Book Variety : Two Very Different Graphic Novels

Kim Reaper Vol.1 Grim Beginnings by Sarah Graley ‘Grim Beginnings’, despite its name, was actually a very fluffy comedy! The story is a mixture of absurd and endearing. Unfortunately, there were only hints of an overarching plot towards the very end, and the majority of the comic was quite shallow. There was no structure to the graphic novel, nor was there any climax. The two … Continue reading Comic Book Variety : Two Very Different Graphic Novels