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

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.…

Who Killed Kurt Cobain – An Intimate Exploration of an Iconic Artist

Recently a very good bookish friend of mine, who also happens to be a passionate music enthusiast, read and reviewed a graphic novel about the famed musician, Kurt Cobain. He normally doesn’t post reviews on any specific platform, keeping his thoughts to himself, however. He felt that this particular narrative provided a fascinating look into…

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…