Freddy Riley is really into her girlfriend Laura Dean, but she really wishes that Laura would stop breaking up with her. While she might love Laura she constantly finds herself on the receiving end of a break up with no real reason for why they are breaking up. No matter how many times it seems to happen, Freddy always finds herself going back to this relationship whenever Laura wants to get back together. In Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me this relationship is Freddy’s focus, but there is so much more happening around her that she will need to pay attention to. Continue reading “Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me Review from @kleffnotes”
This article is a bit of a follow-up piece to my Harley and Ivy article that primarily focused on the animated Harley Quinn series. While watching it my wife Krista decided that her favorite character was Bane and as one of the few people on this planet, if not the only person, who reads all of my articles she noted his lack of presence in my previous feature. Instead of crafting an addendum and then putting an update I thought I would instead write about the character of Bane and how the Harley Quinn series handles this particular character. Continue reading “To Bane, With Love from @kleffnotes”
In the past few years I have grown to love the character Harley Quinn primarily through the Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner comics. I was very dedicated to having Harley on my pull list, now that I live in the country the pull list is gone, but I do still read some Harley, buy Harley merch, and re-watch Harley Quinn: The Birds of Prey. When I heard about the animated Harley Quinn series I was very curious about it, but I didn’t want to commit to another streaming service. When season one come out on DVD I ordered it and convinced Krista we should watch it. Not only did we watch the first season, but within three days we watched all of season two and let me tell you it was completely worth the binging. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Harley Quinn and #Harlivy from @kleffnotes”
Fan of The CW’s Stargirl? Then check out Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E comic series by Geoff Johns.
Meet Courtney Whitmore, a typical teenage girl trying to make it through high school-but she’s about to stumble upon a secret that will make her life a lot more complicated! Her new stepfather, Pat Dugan, was once a costumed adventurer called Stripesy. Finding the Kid’s costume, Courtney decides to become the new Star-Spangled Kid! But Dugan isn’t about to let his new daughter put herself in harm’s way-at least, not by herself. He soon builds a robotic suit called S.T.R.I.P.E. so he can keep an eye on Courtney as she battles for justice. Now the duo fight side by side as they take on aliens, cults, super-villains, and more! Collects Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #0-14, JSA All Stars #4, and stories from DCU Heroes Secret Files (1999) and DCU Villains Secret Files (1999)(DC Entertainment).
Lovers of comics or even just casual comics readers have heard the name Jack Kirby. He is lauded with creating and co-creating some of the most well known characters and villains in the world of comics. These include a large number of Marvel characters including Black Panther, Thor, the Fantastic Four, and Iron Man, just to name a few. Tom Scioli takes the life of Kirby and presents his journey in comics through a fully illustrated biography in Jack Kirby: The Epic Life of the King of Comics. Continue reading “Jack Kirby: The Epic Life of the King of Comics Book Review from @kleffnotes”
Pride is coming to an end technically, though really shouldn’t we just be celebrating our identities every month? As someone who has never lived near a place that does a Pride event, the closest was about an hour and a half away and I was only ever able to go one time since I don’t drive, strangely quarantine allowed me to actually participate in one for the first time in ages. Lez Hang Out, one of the podcasts I try to actively listen to every week, hosted the live stream with guests from across the country. While I was not tuned in for the entire stream, what I did see was a delight and I hope that even if we aren’t in quarantine next Pride month that they host this even again. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Ending Pride with Some Recommendations from @kleffnotes”
Okay, so we might be on the verge of the end of the world, but for those of us who aren’t plagued by the constant feeling of dread that seems omnipresent, especially if you aren’t sure your job will actually exist with shutdowns of related businesses, you might find yourself with free time. Admittedly you might find yourself with free time even if you don’t want to have free time and in that case you may need a distraction. As I ponder what my life might be in the next coming weeks, months I thought I would share some comics that can help you get through the down time that include queer female leads. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Queer Comics for Quarantine from @kleffnotes”
Rose Society #1 completed a successful Kickstarter and is now being sent out to backers. For those of you who may or may not have backed the comic I am here with a review of this curious comic. If you are a fan of stories that delve into secret societies and mysterious lives this is a series you should keep an eye on. Continue reading “Rose Society #1 Comic Review from @kleffnotes”
Are you a fan of the hit cult television series Angel? Are looking for new adventures based on the vampire with a soul?
One of the most influential figures in gaming today, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is both star and one of the writers of the upcoming comic Ninja: The Most Dangerous Game. As someone with over 22 million subscribers on YouTube and 14.9 million followers of Instagram he is able to connect with audiences around the world doing what he loves, decimating the competition. In this new story involving a fictional version of Ninja viewers will be treated to a mysterious story involving a battle royale that has the fate of the world relying on it. Continue reading “Ninja: The Most Dangerous Game Graphic Novel Review from @kleffnotes”