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Book Review: Lenore: Swirlies by Roman Dirge

The fourth volume collecting the chaotic misadventures of the Cute Li’l Dead Girl is as grotesquely amusing as ever. Read More »

Book Review: The Conference Of The Birds by Peter Sis

A beautifully illustrated retelling of the twelfth century Sufi epic poem for all ages. Read More »

Book Review: Alphabet Woof by Sherrie A. Madia, illustrated by Patrick Carlson

Who knew magical alphabet soup was all you needed to let a dog talk? Read More »

Book Review: What I Be by Michael Franti

Michael Franti shares a story of self acceptance in What I Be. Read More »

Book Review: Instructions by Neil Gaiman, Illustrated by Charles Vess

Instructions for people of all ages and experiences. Read More »

Comic Review: Stumptown #2 by Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth

After nearly getting killed, Stumptown, Oregon, private eye Dex Parios continues chasing after a missing girl in trouble. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: The Stonekeeper’s Curse by Kazu Kibuishi

Emily and Navin's incredible adventure continues as they pick up a mysterious ally. Read More »

Comic Review: Batgirl #5 by Bryan Q. Miller, Lee Garbett, and Trevor Scott

Batgirl goes head-to-head with Batman and Robin, and things don't go well. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Who Is Superwoman? by Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle

Supergirl finds herself at the center of a conspiracy that threatens her life on Earth and New Krypton. Read More »

Book Review: Dinosaurs: Stars of the Show by Amie Zordel and Joanna Borrero

A child's picture book about Creationism and dinosaurs. Read More »