The Bi Line: Even More Flame Con Comics from @kleffnotes

The Flame Con content just keeps coming! I did promise that there would be a lot of articles covering the comics and books I picked up at FlameCon and this week I am focusing on four graphic novels/anthologies. While I picked up a slew of different genre comics this week three of the four are a bit mystical. Let’s delve into more of my comics hoard from Flame Con 2019. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Even More Flame Con Comics from @kleffnotes”

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Geek-Girl Crime War TPB Review from @kleffnotes

The Geek-Girl comics series is one I have covered on The Nerdy Girl Express a number of times and everyone’s favorite glasses wearing female superhero is back with a collected volume of the first four issues of the current storyline in Geek-Girl Crime War. This story includes a new character carrying the mantel of our title hero as well as a growing number of villains coming on the scene while Ruby tries to figure out what she wants to do with her life now. Continue reading “Geek-Girl Crime War TPB Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Flame Con Comics Wrap-Up #2 from @kleffnotes

This week’s Flame Con comic wrap-up includes a number of short or mini comics that again are from a variety of genres. Each of these books is a bit smaller than a standard comic and one is even pocket sized so you could carry it around with you and read it whenever you want. While I might not have links for everything keep an eye out for all of these comics online as many of these creators have other work or are part of other projects. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Flame Con Comics Wrap-Up #2 from @kleffnotes”

Sons of Chaos Comic Review from @kleffnotes

The lavishly illustrated over-sized graphic novel, Sons of Chaos, provides a powerful experience for readers taking them back to the shores of the Mediterranean in 1821 when a bloody revolution pushed to remove the Ottoman rulers out of power. Written by Chris Jaymes and illustrated by Ale Aragon focuses on the real life story of the Greek War of Independence. Marcos Botsaris escaped captivity, fell in love, and fiercely led Greece to revolution that shattered the Ottoman Empire and shaped Western civilization as we know it today. IDW Publishing has brought this to life in connection to the 200th anniversary of these events and allows readers to become part of the story through this book. Continue reading “Sons of Chaos Comic Review from @kleffnotes”

Science! @BedsidePress Comic Review from @kleffnotes

Bedside Press has recently been picked up for distribution through Diamond Book Distributors and to showcase this new partnership I will be reviewing two of their upcoming books. The first of these is Science!, which won’t be out until next year, but is something that science fiction fans will love. Not just that, but the main character is totally crushing on her roommate, who happens to be a girl. This mysterious comic has a little bit of everything for ever reader and that makes it such a great read. Continue reading “Science! @BedsidePress Comic Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Flame Con Comics Wrap-Up #1 from @kleffnotes

As promised, I have Flame Con comic reviews! To get everything out a little bit faster I am writing up collected reviews. Today’s review collection will highlight 5 single issue comics I picked up from different creators. These span the gamut for genre, style, and story so there is something here for everyone. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Flame Con Comics Wrap-Up #1 from @kleffnotes”

Dorian Gray Graphic Novel Review from @kleffnotes

The story of Dorian Gray is a classic that has been reworked and rewritten in a variety of mediums, but this adaptation does more than any other version I have experienced. This graphic novel by Darren G. Davis and Scott Davis takes the Victorian Lothario and brings his story into the modern age. It also blends in supernatural and demonic elements unlike anything I’ve seen before. Continue reading “Dorian Gray Graphic Novel Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: This Comic Has Everything! from @kleffnotes

During Pride Month I went on a hunt to find books and movies that would help me to grow my understanding of different people within the LGBTQ+ community. Now I will admit I was trying to save a bit of money so I stuck to streaming services and library related apps. In my quest for knowledge I watched all of the series Gaycation, the documentary Growing Up Coy, and a few other assorted shows and movies that were recommended in various Pride watch lists. While I was watching I also did a bit of a deep dive into comics and books on the Hoopla app, this app shares digital books you can read through an account connected to your library card and many libraries use this program. During this hunt I found Gender Queer, a touching memoir that I mentioned on Twitter immediately after I finished it, and I also found the comic I want to focus on today, Ask Me About Polyamory. Continue reading “The Bi Line: This Comic Has Everything! from @kleffnotes”

Apoppytheosis Comic Review ( @jocosejoni )from @kleffnotes

You remember being twelve years old right? The whole puberty, trying to fit in, and becoming a god thing that everyone has to deal with before their teens sounds familiar right. Wait, not everyone needs to try and become a god? Well Anthony Hernandez sure does and he has a to contend with a deer trying to destroy the entire world. That is just some of what you’ll experience in the collected Apoppytheosis comic. Continue reading “Apoppytheosis Comic Review ( @jocosejoni )from @kleffnotes”

Geek-Girl #5 Preview and Kickstarter News from @kleffnotes

Geek-Girl is back with a brand new Kickstarter. Running through the month of June you can support the new collected trade paperback of issues 1-4 of the Crime War arc as well a new edition in the ongoing series following Ruby and the mantle of Geek-Girl. When a pair of power-inducing glasses become Ruby’s she finds herself with the ability to join the ranks of Maine’s superheros. After a fight with the electric villain, Lightning Storm, Ruby was out of the fight and even though her best friend attempted to take over the role villains were able to rise. Crime War reveals the start of the League of Larcenists and their evil deeds throughout Maine. Continue reading “Geek-Girl #5 Preview and Kickstarter News from @kleffnotes”