Magical and Mysterious Carnival Story || ARC Review: The Lost Carnival

I believe when I found out there was going to be a Dick Grayson graphic novel coming out I was at work, so I had to scream in my head "OH MY GOSH A DICK GRAYSON GRAPHIC NOVEL!!!" If you've known me long enough, then you know I'm a HUGE Robin fan. I love all… Continue reading Magical and Mysterious Carnival Story || ARC Review: The Lost Carnival

Funny Friendships and Video Game Adventure || ARC Review: My Video Game Ate My Homework

You know me, I tend to request DC's comics faster than I can read the synopsis... and that's exactly what happened here! But I was no disappointed in the least, as this was a fun, lighthearted adventure. Title: My Video Game Ate My HomeworkAuthor: Dustin HansenPublisher: DC ZoomRelease Date: April 21, 2020Genres: MG Sci-fi Adventure… Continue reading Funny Friendships and Video Game Adventure || ARC Review: My Video Game Ate My Homework

Hilarious and Heartwarming New DC Duo || ARC Review: Anti/Hero

I love that DC Zoom is adding some brand new characters to their lineup of graphic novels for middle grade! This one sounded so much fun, and the look of that art just made my heart happy. I'm so grateful I had the chance to read it. Title: Anti/HeroAuthor: Kate Karyus Quinn and Demetria LunettaPublisher:… Continue reading Hilarious and Heartwarming New DC Duo || ARC Review: Anti/Hero

Drama-Filled Exploration of Familiar Characters || ARC Review: Gotham High

It's about time I got something from DC Ink that earns the title guilty-pleasure! I love pretty much everything else from them, but this is high school drama at it's finest, with a dash of mystery for good measure. Title: Gotham HighAuthor: Melissa de la CruzPublisher: DC InkRelease Date: April 7, 2020Genres: YA Mystery I… Continue reading Drama-Filled Exploration of Familiar Characters || ARC Review: Gotham High

Fearless New Oracle || ARC Review: The Oracle Code

I've always been a fan of Barbara Gordon, as Batgirl, as Oracle, it doesn't matter. She's such a cool character, and I was really excited to see her as a teenager. Title: The Oracle CodeAuthor: Marieke NijkampPublisher: DC InkRelease Date: March 10, 2020Genres: YA Suspense I received an ARC from the publisher via Netgalley in… Continue reading Fearless New Oracle || ARC Review: The Oracle Code

Twisy, Magical, and Fun! || ARC Review: Zatanna and the House of Secrets

I love Zatanna! She's such a fun, amazing part of DC, and I was thrilled to receive an ARC for this new middle grade story of hers! I've always been a fan of Barbara Gordon, as Batgirl, as Oracle, it doesn't matter. She's such a cool character, and I was really excited to see her… Continue reading Twisy, Magical, and Fun! || ARC Review: Zatanna and the House of Secrets

Careful Exploration of Childhood During a Dark Time in American History || Review: They Called Us Enemy

This amazing graphic novel is timely, heart breaking, and incredibly written piece of nonfiction that explores precious childhood moments and horror as later innocence was lost. Title: They Called Us EnemyAuthor: George TakeiPublisher: Top Shelf ProductionsGenres: Graphic Novel Memoir Official Synopsis A graphic memoir recounting actor/author/activist George Takei's childhood imprisoned within American concentration camps during… Continue reading Careful Exploration of Childhood During a Dark Time in American History || Review: They Called Us Enemy

Exploring Heroism and Self-Discovery || ARC Review: Shadow of the Batgirl

Another DC Ink novel for the win! I've always been a huge fan of Cassandra Cain's story, so when I heard about Shadow of the Batgirl, I was so, so excited. Title: Shadow of the BatgirlAuthor: Sarah KuhnPublisher: DC InkRelease Date: February 5, 2020Genres: YA Action I received an ARC from the publisher via Netgalley… Continue reading Exploring Heroism and Self-Discovery || ARC Review: Shadow of the Batgirl

Living Up to and Building a Legacy || ARC Review: Green Lantern—Legacy

I'll admit that I'm not as familiar with the Green Lantern Corps as I am with other DC ensembles, but it's DC Zoom! They've been putting out a lot of awesome graphic novels lately, including Black Canary: Ignite and Diana: Princess of the Amazons! I'm grateful I had the opportunity to read it because it's… Continue reading Living Up to and Building a Legacy || ARC Review: Green Lantern—Legacy

Graphic Memoir about Finding Your Voice || Blog Tour: Cub

Thank you so much to Algonquin Young Readers for reaching out to me about being in a blog tour for Cub. This is such a fun graphic memoir about finding your voice. Title: CubAuthor: Cynthia L. CopelandPublisher: Algonquin Young ReadersRelease Date: January 7, 2020Genres: MG Graphic Memoir I received an ARC from the publisher in… Continue reading Graphic Memoir about Finding Your Voice || Blog Tour: Cub