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Category: Graphic Novel

Graphic Novel

The Sad Ghost Club

The Sad Ghost Club started out as a zine but I hadn’t heard of it until I saw this graphic novel, detailing a day in the life of a sad ghost. It’s quite adorable, maybe aimed at a middle grade age but can be appreciated…

Graphic Novel

Quickie Reviews

With all this nice weather, it’s been hard to sit indoors and write reviews. So here are some brief thoughts on things I read a while ago now. The Best We Could Do is a graphic memoir by Thi Bui. When she becomes a mother…

Graphic Novel, Translation

Freedom Hospital

Read the World: Syria Freedom Hospital is a mix of fact and fiction, based around an underground Syrian hospital which tends to injured rebels. At the start of the book, it feels like the rebels wanted a peaceful solution to the country’s problems. As time…

Graphic Novel

Laika

I may have read Soviet Space Dogs only last year but Laika gives a much more emotional slant on the story. It’s a mix of fact and fiction, giving her a backstory of how she became a stray and her life on the streets. For…