Meg: The Graphic Novel – A Breathtakingly Cinematic Comic with Cheesy Action-Flick Storytelling – Comic Review

Meg: The Graphic Novel by J.S. Earls is a science-fiction, stand-alone comic adaptation of the original novel authored by Steve Alten. The story follows deep-sea submersible pilot turned marine palaeontologist, Jonas Taylor, as he’s forced to return to his previous occupation when the prehistoric, long believed to be extinct shark, the megalodon, is unleashed from…

The 24in48 Readathon: Distancing Edition – Mini TBR

Happy Friday morning, Chums! Since (mostly) everyone seems to be on lock-down and practising self-quarantine or social distancing, now is a fantastic time to participate in a readathon! The 24in48 Readathon, which usually takes place twice in a year, is hosting the Distancing Edition of this beloved bookish marathon for bibliophiles everywhere. It runs from…

Sword Art Online & the Squabble of Love It or Hate It – Anime Discussion (Sorta)

Sword Art Online (ソードアート・オンライン) is an adventure, science-fiction anime adaptation of the original light novel series written by Reki Kawahara with artwork from abec. The first season aired in Summer 2012 with twenty-five episodes. It was produced by A-1 Pictures with direction from Tomohiko Itō (Occult Academy, Silver Spoon, Erased). I remember watching it during…