Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels – Sex Criminals Vol. 4, Starfighter Ch. 4, Starfighter Ch. 5

Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels – Sex Criminals Vol. 4, Starfighter Ch. 4, Starfighter Ch. 5

In Sex Criminals Vol. 4, John and Suzie attempt to take down another person with time-stopping orgasm powers. In Starfighter Ch. 4, relationships start shifting as the big mission grows closer and Cain and Abel grow closer to each other. In Starfighter Ch. 5, the big mission is upon everyone, and Abel finds out some truths that could ruin everything for him. Enjoy my mini reviews for these three...
 
Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels – Lint Boy, Starfighter Ch. 2, Starfighter Ch. 3

Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels – Lint Boy, Starfighter Ch. 2, Starfighter Ch. 3

In Lint Boy, a little boy made of lint has a harrowing adventure to save his brother. In Starfighter Ch. 2, navigator Abel learns some questionable info about his partner, Cain, and Cain confronts fellow fighter Praxis for talking to Abel. In Starfighter Ch. 3, Cain and Abel get their new assignment on a new ship and grow closer while going on more missions and dealing with other navigators and...
 
Graphic Novel Review: Starfighter Ch. 1 by Hamlet Machine

Graphic Novel Review: Starfighter Ch. 1 by Hamlet Machine

Abel gets his assignment as a navigator in a space army only to find out his partner in his navigator-fighter team, Cain, is a dominant, possessive jerk... whose dominance is as sexy as it is insufferable to Abel. Cain might be able to give him the things he's only ever fantasized about, if they can get through all the dangerous space missions and shady machinations they have to deal...
 
Bookish Musings: Why I Love Graphic Novels & Comics (Sometimes Even More than Regular Books)

Bookish Musings: Why I Love Graphic Novels & Comics (Sometimes Even More than Regular Books)

When I first started book blogging in 2015, reading a story in comic form never even crossed my mind as a thing to do. This is probably going to sound horribly judgmental or maybe just ignorant, but when I thought of comics, I thought of superheroes and Sunday newspapers, and that was about it. That was all I knew of. But then I started hearing the term graphic novel, which somehow sounded a...