Batman: The Dark Prince Charming by Enrico Marini: Frustratingly Formulaic and Depressingly Disappointing – Comic Review

🎶 I’m teasing Mr Wayne…Just teasing Mr Wayne…What a glooorious feeling…I’m batty again…🎶 Batman: The Dark Prince Charming by Enrico Marini is a superhero, psychological crime thriller graphic novel about a mother and her young daughter after they appear on Bruce Wayne’s doorstop one day with shocking news. When the kid is abducted by The…

Joker: Killer Smile by Jeff Lemire & Andrea Sorrentino – A Gloriously Genius, Must-Read Graphic Novel for All Fans of the Batman Comics

Joker: Killer Smile is a psychological horror, mystery graphic novel by the magnificent award-nominated duo, Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino (Gideon Falls). It revolves around The Joker as yet another psychotherapist makes their attempt at diagnosing and eventually “curing” Gotham’s ultimate villain of his malevolent tendencies. Regardless of the failures of the past, Dr Ben Arnell is determined to be the one who unravels the madness of an utterly unknowable mind.

22 Best Books of January & February (2021)

January and February kicked total ass for me in terms of reading. Granted I read mostly graphic novels and comics, but still. It feels fantastic to know that I consumed approximately 38 books across the last two months! Not everything was supremely mind-blowing, but a good chunk of these reads were decent and entertaining and enjoyable, while the rest left me questioning my life choices. Of course that contemplation only lasted for a few minutes before I moved on to the next book.

Black Magick Volume 1: Awakening Part One by Greg Rucka & Nicola Scott: Exuberantly Dark and Engrossing – Comic Review

Black Magick Volume 1: Awakening, Part One by Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott is the first trade paperback instalment in a supernatural, dark fantasy graphic novel series that follows detective Rowan Black. She has worked really hard to keep a few aspects of her life quite private. However, when a mysterious force begins to target Rowan in an attempt to kill her, she realises that someone out there knows her secrets and is determined to expose her if they can’t take her life.

Resident Alien Volume 1: Welcome to Earth: A Cosy Mystery Comic with a Sci-Fi Twist – Comic Review

Resident Alien Volume 1: Welcome to Earth! by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse follows an alien dude who gets stranded on Earth and has to find a way to survive and blend in with humans until he can be rescued (if he can be rescued). He’s laying low in the small town of Patience when the town’s only doctor dies. Forced to fill the spot as the new go-to doc in town, “Dr Harry” gets immediately tugged into a local murder mystery

June’s Blogsphere Highlights #2!

Welcome to the second half of June’s Blogsphere highlights! In case if you are new here, or just checking out these posts for the first time, this is a bi-monthly segment here on BiblioNyan where I share some really fantastic posts I’ve discovered from fellow bloggers during the month. Since there are so many wonderful…

June’s Blogsphere Highlights #1

Happy afternoon, bloggers and awesome people of all sorts! At the end of May, I created a series called Blogsphere Highlights, where I highlighted content that I created for the month, as well as some of the fabulous content I came across in my blog-hopping journey. This month, I decided to make it a bimonthly…

Comics & Manga Haul!

Happy Saturday, everyone! I recently recorded a BookTube video where I chatted about some of my bad reading habits. You can check that out here if you so wish! In that video, I mentioned that one of my biggest unhealthy habits is stress-book-shopping. As I prepare for my return to university, I have been feeling…

Rai Volume 1: Welcome to New Japan by Matt Kindt – Comic Review

Rai Volume 1: Welcome to New Japan by Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain is the first trade paperback instalment in a cyberpunk, dystopian, science-fiction comic series, originally published in October 2014 by Valiant. It’s the year 4001 A.D and the island of Japan is now in geosynchronous orbit around the Earth, which is a wasteland.…