September Reading Wrap-Up!

September wasn’t as great as August or July in terms of reading. A slump managed to sneak attack me, and put me out of commission for the second half of the month. I even had to D.N.F. a couple of the books I was reading so that I wouldn’t have the negative association of a…

5 Ronin by Peter Milligan – A Comic Review

Every once in a while, I will discover a comic book that will completely amaze me with how wonderful it turned out to be. This may be in part because of low expectations or scepticism, but whatever the reason, I love the feeling of pleasure and excitement that stems from delightful gems such as the…

March Reading Wrap-Up!

March was a rather good reading month for me, especially after the catastrophe that was February! February was one of the worst reading months that I had had in a very long time. But in March I managed to read a grand total of 12 books, including a few manga and a graphic novel! I’m…

Review: The Ukrainian and Russian Notebooks

The Ukrainian and Russian Notebooks written by Igort is a graphic novel that tells two distinct stories. The first one is of a forced famine in Ukraine that was shepherded by the USSR between 1931 and 1932. The reason behind such a course of action was due in part to the people of Ukraine not…