Class 6 Review

Class 6 is a LGBTQ superhero comic published by Kraven Comics, who provided me with free access to the first seven episodes of the series, in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis: The Human Rights Army (HRA) is devoted to protecting vulnerable members of the LGBTQ+ community around the world from violence and persecution. To... Continue Reading →

Cheat(er) Code Review

I had a bit of an embarrassing moment in the bookstore when I picked this up off the shelf and flipped it open to a random page where some very not PG activities were taking place. Let’s just say, it wasn’t exactly the kind of thing you want to be caught looking at in a... Continue Reading →

Always Human Review

I’ve been becoming more and more obsessed with Webtoon comics lately, so it’s exciting to see a comic that originated on that platform getting a print release. Hopefully this becomes a trend, as I have a number of favourites which I’d love to be able to own a physical copy of! Written and illustrated by... Continue Reading →

Heartstopper Vol 1 Review

Heartstopper began life as a webcomic, though its main characters appeared even earlier as side-characters in author, Alice Oseman’s, young-adult novel, Solitaire. Now Nick and Charlie’s story of youthful romance and self-discovery has made it to print, allowing new readers, such as myself, to experience it for the first time. Synopsis: It hasn’t been easy... Continue Reading →

My Brother’s Husband Series Review

My Brother’s Husband is an award-winning manga created by Gengoroh Tagame, a mangaka known for his works targeted towards gay men. My Brother’s Husband marks his first foray into creating an all-ages title and his uncluttered art style and straightforward writing lends itself well to the didactic nature of the story he's telling, making this... Continue Reading →

The Deep & Dark Blue Review

A thrilling fantasy comic filled with intrigue, magic and sword battles, The Deep and Dark Blue is both an exciting tale of adventure and a touching character drama where one young girl discovers the courage she needs to stand up and fight her enemies and, more importantly, to live as her true self. Synopsis: Hawke... Continue Reading →

That Blue Sky Feeling Series Review

What does it mean to like someone? This is the central question the main character of That Blue Sky Feeling wrestles with in this unusual and poignant manga. Originally a webcomic, this manga is a remake, with art by Coma Hashii and the story written by the original creator, Okura, that tells a thoughtful story... Continue Reading →

Mooncakes Review

Tomorrow is Halloween and the comic I'm reviewing today is very much on theme for the season, as it features witches, werewolves and evil cults, oh my! Mooncakes began life as a webcomic and has now been published in print format by Lion Forge under their teen imprint, Roar. Written by Suzanne Walker and illustrated... Continue Reading →

RoadQueen: Eternal Roadtrip to Love Review

RoadQueen: Eternal Roadtrip to Love by Mira Ong Chua, is a romantic comedy featuring two badass babes in a heated competition where hearts, and a very special motorcycle, are on the line. This edition collects the comics Girlfriend of the World and its sequel, Eternal Roadtrip to Love, and includes colour pages and a bonus... Continue Reading →

The Avant-Guards Vol 1 Review

Boom! Box has done it again! The Avant-Guards is a bright and charming comic series featuring a diverse cast of characters that’s right at home with the publishers growing catalogue of inclusive comics. Synopsis: Charlie has just transferred to an Arts College, after losing her scholarship to a State University, and she almost immediately catches... Continue Reading →

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