Reading Wrap-Up: Olympic Games Edition [June 2020]

Previously- Wrap-Up: Meet Your Myth Taker Edition| Coming Soon: June Reading Wrap-Up The Olympic Games Readathon celebrates all things Greek Myths and Percy Jackson. The books that you read all depend on your assigned Camp Half-Blood Cabin. I was assigned the Aphrodite cabin by a quiz, and did a lot better in this readathon than… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: Olympic Games Edition [June 2020]

TBR: Olympic Games Edition [June 2020]

Previously- TBR: Meet Your Myth Taker Edition| Coming Soon: Throwback Thursday The Olympic Games Readathon celebrates all things Greek Myths and Percy Jackson. The books that you read all depend on your assigned Camp Half-Blood Cabin. But I will let Ishi explain in her announcement video. I decided to use the Quiz to assign… Continue reading TBR: Olympic Games Edition [June 2020]

Comic Review- Ruins of Ravencroft: Dracula

Previously- Comics I’m Currently Reading| Coming soon- Curse of the White Night #8 Ruins of Ravencroft: Dracula was written by Frank Tieri, with art by Angel Unzueta and Stefano Landini. The colours are by Rachelle Rosenberg, with letters by VC’s Travis Lanham, and was released on the 1st of March 2020. What do you need… Continue reading Comic Review- Ruins of Ravencroft: Dracula

Comic Corner: What I’m Currently Reading

Previously- Captain America 1984| Coming Soon- Ruins of Ravenscroft: Dracula While there are certain series' that I talk about a lot on Comic Coner, I don't review everything that I read. In the absence of new comics* I thought that I would remedy that. *New comics are being released through Comixology. However I prefer to… Continue reading Comic Corner: What I’m Currently Reading

Comic Review: Captain America #297 (1984)

Previously- Criminal Sanity #3|Coming soon- Currently Reading Captain America #297 was written by J. M. DeMatteis, with pencils by Paul Neary. The colours are by Bob Sharen and letters by Diana Albers and inking by Roy Richardson. What do you need to have read?I picked this issue up at random purely because it was vintage,… Continue reading Comic Review: Captain America #297 (1984)

Reading Wrap-Up: March 2020

I don't think I'm exagerating when I say that this has been one of the weirdest months to date. On a lighter note, the current climate is perfect reading conditions. I read eighteen books this month which is a lot, even for me! *** Books I Read: Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist by M.C… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: March 2020

TBR: March 2020

Happy March! I do have an excuse for the lateness of this TBR and it's because two of my books had not arrived. You probably already know which books I'm talking about because they are both huge March releases. This TBR is also in addition to my Women's Prize TBR which is library loan dependant, and as… Continue reading TBR: March 2020

12 Books of 2019

Although I'm working on getting a new comic book series of reviews out I figured the first post of the new year shold be a reflection of last year. In this post I'm going to be picking my favourite book of each month. The only rule is that it has to have been new to… Continue reading 12 Books of 2019

Comics Wrap-Up: II.2019

Confession time: This is a draft which I never got around to posting and so is a bit old. However, it's still three nice mini review so I figured I'd post it anyway. Some of the titles are all linked to Forbidden Planet through my affiliate link, which you are under no obligation to use.… Continue reading Comics Wrap-Up: II.2019

Captain America: Winter in America Review

Winter in America was written by Ta-Neishi Coates, pencilled by Leinil Francis Yu, inked by Gerry Alanguilan and Leinil Francis Yu. The letterers were Joe Caramagna and Cory Petit, and it collects Captain America (2018) #1-6, with material from Avengers/ Captain America Free Comic Book Day 2018.  Previously in Captain America… Marvel sums it up pretty… Continue reading Captain America: Winter in America Review