Book #275: Frog Music Review

  I actually finished this book a few weeks ago, but I've been holding off on reviewing it because I wanted to make sure that I had all of my thoughts in order.  Emma Donoghue's Frog Music made me feel so many feels that I felt emotionally tapped out by the time ...

Book #274: A Book of Spirits and Thieves Review

  I'm an adult, I read YA, and guess what?  I'm not ashamed. There are plenty of people out there who want me to be ashamed, though.  Ruth Graham's nastygram to adult YA readers, appropriately titled "Against YA," is probably the most famous argument against ...

Fictionally Fashionable: Kamala Kahn/Ms. Marvel

  Obviously, I'm pretty much in love with Kamala Khan.  Seriously, she's AMAZEBALLS.  So after taking a gander at Sara Pichelli's gorgeous cover, I knew I had to recreate the look for Fictionally Fashionable. I also wanted to put another limit on myself: since ...

Book #273: Ms. Marvel: No Normal Review

  Ms. Marvel: No Normal feels like one of the most important comics I've read in a long time. When Ms. Marvel hit the shelves late last year, The Mary Sue's Anthony McGlynn wrote a piece about why Kamala Khan is such an important character.  He ...