5 out of 5 stars
I have the WORST best friend EVER.
She hands me comics and says things like, “I think you’ll love this.”
And then I DO.
Like I need more obsessions.
Thanks dick! ❤
(If you love epic fantasy novels, try this awesome epic fantasy comic. Blood, guts, battles and sass!)
Cupcakes’ first attempt at an actual comic review:
5 out of 5 stars
Two star-crossed lovers abandon the war between their worlds to raise their newborn daughter while being dogged by bounty hunters left and right.
I mean, that one sentence literally explains the first two volumes in the series and I CANNOT GET ENOUGH.
Each time I finish a volume, I fight the demanding urge to run to the local comic book store and pick up the next one. Why do I resist? Trying to save money is stupid. ._.
BUT, it also means one day I’ll get to go on an epic book/comic buying spree and THAT will be an epic adventure.
Not quite as epic as out-running bounty hunters across the galaxy though. For that, you have to pick up SAGA.
Well look, I’m not very good a reviewing comic books. I like them. I indulge in them sporadically. I have no idea how to write a review about them. So here are a couple that I’ve recently enjoyed to a great extent (I rated both 5 stars) and that you should check out if comic books are your thing:
Horror/paranormal: Synopsis here.
Fantasy/sci-fi: Synopsis here.
What comic books do YOU enjoy?
Well now that I am properly stuffed with homemade blueberry pancakes, I can think again. I become a monster when not fed. For years my best friend has compared me to the Hulk when I’m hungry. Which leads me to the point of this post.
I always get into them in phases, meaning I go an undetermined amount of time obsessed with them and then they drop off my radar again. Because I am currently reading Fight Club 2 and a Goodreads friend invited me to their comic group, I feel the dark abyss rising up to greet me once again.
(I really think this was the only acceptable way to do a Fight Club continuation.)
Continue reading Comic Book Rising
I made a goal for myself this year. Meet more authors, because reading is like breathing for me and I could care less about meeting some random celebrity. Authors are my celebrities, the real heroes, humans worthy of a little bit of worship. And this author, I’ve been waiting 13 to 14 years to meet him. He scolded me for using ‘the f-bomb’ (pot calling the kettle black) and put me in a choke hold. Not to mention signed three books and took a picture with me. He was genuinely a nice guy and a lot of fun. If a human could be your spirit animal, he would be mine. He’s my spirit author. I’m making that a thing.
I mean, did your favorite author sign books barefoot and then put you in a headlock?
Not only did he sign multiple things for everyone, he wrote cute little notes in each. Now that is an awesome guy.
If you haven’t missed the Fight Club 2 book tour yet, you need to get your asses out there and show Chuck some love.