iZombie Vol.1 by Chris Robertson

I first heard about iZombie when I watched the pilot episode of the tv series about a year ago. The show wasn’t mind blowing, but I enjoyed watching it. I’m actually still watching the show now that it’s on its second season. How does this compare to the show? This graphic novel series is way…

Saga Vol. 5 by Brian K. Vaughan

I honestly don’t know how this series will get better in the future. Volume 2-3 for me were the peak of the series, and volume 4 slightly resulted to decline. This fifth volume was not that bad, because it brought out an even more weird side to the series. What’s running inside my head though…

Wanted by Mark Millar

This is another clear example of why you shouldn’t listen to most criticisms about a novel/graphic novel that you’re interested in. I bought this without knowing that most of my friends hated this, and that there was a movie made already. I just read the short synopsis at the back because the cover looked fucking…

Superman Earth One; Vol.1 by J. Michael Straczynski

Maybe they should’ve made Geoff Johns do this series, because the Batman Earth One series is among my favorite graphic novels ever. This story arc of Superman was not bad just to be clear, but nothing was interesting on the other hand. Forgettable at best. Actually the whole thing felt a bit rushed. It’s like…

Lobo Vol.1 (New 52) by Cullen Bunn

Don’t we all like a badass DC character? Shouldn’t Lobo be one of the go to characters when we’re talking about badass? Normally yes, but in this New 52 arc, no is the answer. Whenever I hear Lobo I immediately think badass. Lobo normally kills merciless, so brutality should be expected in this volume. I…

Death of Wolverine by Charles Soule

If anyone were to ask me what was the most underwhelming graphic novel I’ve ever read, Death of Wolverine would be my straight out answer. It always sucks when your favorite superhero of all time got a not so good plot. Not so good in a way that the ending ruined it all, or let…

Astonishing X-Men by Joss Whedon

My love for the X-Men is not something I’ve hidden from the past. I’ve mentioned this recently, so I guess I don’t really need to remind the people who read my review of another X-Men series. This first volume was great. It vaguely depicts a great story arc and hints for great plot twists to…

All New X-Men Vol.2 by Brian Michael Bendis

I read vol.1 about a year ago and I can’t remember anything about it anymore. I’m too lazy to reread it so I went ahead and read this anyway. X-Men has been one of my favorites ever since I was young. I’ve seen every movie and most of the tv series. I only started reading…

Batman Vol.6 Graveyard Shift by Scott Snyder

Vol.6 = A bunch of individual stories compiled. I honestly couldn’t say that any one of the stories could be considered a favorite, but they were thrilling nonetheless. The struggles Batman had coping up with the lost of his son was a good read, and brought an emotion side to the ever-so-serious Batman. It’s good…

Batman Earth One: Volume 2 by Geoff Johns

“Gotham may have lost its king and queen, Bruce, but it could still have its prince.” It’s been a while since I read Batman:Earth One, vol.1 and when I saw this featured in my local bookstore, I had to grab a copy. Vol.1 was amazing for me, and it also made my favorite-graphic-novels list. I’m…