Thursday, November 14, 2019

5 Early Comics From Around The World

5. Choujuu-jinbutsu-giga or "Animal-Person Caricatures" (Japan) Choujuu-jinbutsu-giga (the literal translation of which is "Animal-Person Caricatures"), shortened to Choujuu-giga, is a 12th/13th century Japanese series of scroll drawings (emakimono) from Kyoto, Japan, and is widely recognized as the first manga. The series of scrolls has...

Comic Review: Ghosted #5. Have They Gone Too Far?

So far, every issue of Ghosted has put dynamite in the minds of those who read it. Then, just when you expect the fuse to go out, the dynamite goes out...

Supergirl: Comics for People Who Love the Show

Welcome to Opening Panel, a series where we tell you the best place to start with franchise comics. Supergirl’s back on TV with a whole new set of adventures. If the...
Free Comic Book Day 2013

Geek Insider’s Free Comic Book Day 2013 Guide

Not only is May 4th 2013 Star Wars Day, but it's the annually occurring, international Free Comic Book Day. That's right, for one day only you'll be able to pick up...
Captain Marvel reading guide

Higher, Faster, Further: A Captain Marvel Reading Guide

With the newest Marvel blockbuster rapidly approaching, it’s the perfect time to read the comics that inspired the movie. In addition, many of these volumes are on sale on Comixology now! Kelly...
Bookcase Club

Bookcase Club: April’s Teenage Dream Box Was Filled With Dystopian Thrillers

Spring has officially sprung! The air is warm and tastes like freshly squeezed lemonade and tasty treats. Whether you’re under a tree, on a picnic blanket, or snuggled inside next to...
Cormoran Strike, JK Rowling, Robert Galbraith, The Cuckoo's Calling

Book Review: ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling’ by Robert Galbraith

“When a troubled model falls to her death from a snow-covered Mayfair balcony, it is assumed that she has committed suicide. However, her brother has his doubts, and calls in private...
Infinity War, Genre fatigue

Superheroes and Space: Genre Fatigue

What Do Batman, Spider-Man, and Star Wars Have in Common? Franchise fatigue is when an audience becomes bored with a property. Personally, I'm starting to feel this way about Batman, Spider-Man, and...
Bookcase Club

May’s Bookcase Club Box is Filled with Adventure

It's May! Summer is quickly approaching, and with it comes warm weather reading. With BookCase.Club, you can receive to specially hand-picked novels on your doorstep every month! That's right--no ordering and...

9/11 and the Changing Politics of Garth Ennis

'Preacher' and' The Boys' are two graphic novels from the immeasurably talented Garth Ennis. The latter ended recently (2012) while Preacher is a product of the 90s. The weight of the...


How to Choose the Ideal Smartphone for Your Needs

We now live in a digital world, where we rely on technology on a day-to-day basis. Whether it is for work or pleasure, most...

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