Are you looking for a quick Sapphic graphic novel? Do you like witches? What about a snakes with golden retriever energy? Well, if any of that sounds like a good time to you, then you’re definitely going to want to pick up Doughnuts and Doom, by Balazs Lorinczi!
The Avant-Guards is a delightfully queer sports comic with an incredibly diverse cast of characters, interesting personal stories, and one hell of a cliff hanger that will leave you rushing to your local comic book store to buy volume two!
The Kase-san and manga series is cute and will have the reader rooting for both girls throughout each volume. If manga isn’t your thing, this yuri manga is still worth checking out in my opinion!
If the unique art style isn’t enough to convince you to read The Prince and the Dressmaker, by Jen Wang, then the story definitely will. This graphic novel is not only visually stunning but has a narrative that will keep you at attention and characters that you can’t help but empathize with.
by Brittany B. |02/20/2019 The adorable illustrations of Princess Princess Ever After, by Katie O’Neill, will pull in any reader, regardless of age. This fairy tale comic for children showcases characters with… Read more Graphic Novel Review: Princess Princess Ever After, by Katie O’Neill →
***This Review Contains Mature Content*** (Not safe for viewing in the workplace) by Brittany B. |01/16/2019 People who have read Sunstone might be very excited or might be trying to hide their… Read more Graphic Novel Review: Sunstone (Volume 1), by Stjepan Šejić (Mature Content/NSFW) →
by Brittany B. |10/17/2018 My Brother’s Husband, a manga by Gengoroh Tagame, immediately pulled me in and never once made me feel like an outsider, as I often do when… Read more Graphic Novel Review: My Brother’s Husband, by Gengoroh Tagame →
by Brittany B. | 08/15/2018 Grab a box of tissues because this story will make you feel all the feels! Bingo Love, written by Tee Franklin, illustrated by Jenn St-Onge,… Read more Graphic Novel Review: Bingo Love by Tee Franklin, Jenn St. Onge, and Joy San →
Graphic Novel Review: A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns, by Archie Bongiovanni and Tristan Jimerson.
by Brittany B. | 07/04/2018 Have you ever had someone tell you “I use They/Them pronouns” and you’re not sure how to use those pronouns? Or are you a non-binary,… Read more Graphic Novel Review: A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns, by Archie Bongiovanni and Tristan Jimerson. →