Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism Book Review from @kleffnotes

Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism is a delightful blending of life tips and discussions of being an adult woman who isn’t exactly sure how to be a functioning adult by Prudence Geerts. The book is divided into different topics and throughout Prudence presents a fictionalized version of herself in connection to things going on in her life. Her art is so much fun and the single page comics discuss so much. Continue reading “Bad at Adulting, Good at Feminism Book Review from @kleffnotes”

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Geek-Girl Volume #2 Issue 3 Comic Book Review ( @daSamJohnson ) from @kleffnotes

Geek-Girl Volume 2 focuses on a new incarnation of Geek-Girl. With Ruby no longer eager to play the hero, her friend Summer has stepped up to become the hero of our story. The only issue is that going into issue 3, Summer doesn’t have the super powered glasses that give Geek-Girl her powers. After a fight with her best friend, Summer is now in a dangerous spot with no powers to help her. Continue reading “Geek-Girl Volume #2 Issue 3 Comic Book Review ( @daSamJohnson ) from @kleffnotes”

@StarsEndComic #2 Review ( @realsmashcomix )from @kleffnotes

In the continuation of the Star’s End series, issue two picks up with the crew back on their ship and dealing with the loss of a crew mate. After bringing the human woman on board tensions are high and they must determine what to do next. The crew will have to face a variety of problems in this issue, each worse than the last. Continue reading “@StarsEndComic #2 Review ( @realsmashcomix )from @kleffnotes”

Taproot Comic Review ( @KeezyBees ) from @kleffnotes

Keezy Young’s Taproot is a sweet and touching romance between two young men, with a bit of a supernatural spin. Hamal is a young gardener who just so happens to be able to see ghosts. One of these ghosts is a young man around his age named Blue and while it goes unspoken between them there is a deep connection that has been growing since the day they met. More recently Blue has been periodically disappearing and finding himself in a spooky place outside of the living world and this place reveals secrets that neither Blue nor Hamal ever anticipated. Continue reading “Taproot Comic Review ( @KeezyBees ) from @kleffnotes”

Divination Comic Review ( @Umicorms ) from @kleffnotes

Divination by Jen Hickman is a mature one shot that happened to catch my eye at FlameCon. Now as a pro-table setter Hickman had covered the mature image on the cover with some well placed stickers, which my mind totally thought were pasties. Once I stared a little longer I realized the unicorn and rainbow blocking the nipples of the character on the cover were totally not drawn on. For you gentle readers I have black barred the front cover, solely in the event that some young’uns come across the website and I do not want to have to deal with angry letters from parents. Continue reading “Divination Comic Review ( @Umicorms ) from @kleffnotes”

Innsmouth #1 Comic Review ( @meg_emmy_james ) from @kleffnotes

I am a huge fan of H.P. Lovecraft and I was delighted to find someone at FlameCon who also enjoyed a bit of Cthulhu in her daily life. Now admittedly Lovecraft is not really the greatest guy in the world. He might like monsters, but he definitely did not like really anyone who didn’t look or act like him, which is crappy, but what Megan James has done with her Innsmouth series is exceptional and takes the problematic work of Lovecraft and retools it for the modern era. Continue reading “Innsmouth #1 Comic Review ( @meg_emmy_james ) from @kleffnotes”

Lovecraft’s Dunwich Gentrified by Developer via @kleffnotes

“For sale, large single family homes in the beautiful Miskatonic River Valley, just 20 minutes from Aylesbury. Quaint legends abound in this peaceful, historic town.”
This mock real estate listing begins Gary Scott Beatty’s “Welcome to Dunwich,” beginning on Webtoons September 19. The free story is a great jumping-on point for new readers of Beatty’s “Gods of Aazurn” webcomic storyline.   Continue reading “Lovecraft’s Dunwich Gentrified by Developer via @kleffnotes”

Exilium #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

With an action packed opening Exilium #1 drops you into a world of danger as we watch a trio comprised of two humans and an alien fighting off an attack. In this world an alien race has unknowingly brought their enemies to Earth and now their only hope lies with The Exilium. In this world that blends the human world with an alien history Alterna presents an interesting new look into the sci-fi genre. Continue reading “Exilium #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”

Metaphase #2 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

Metaphase #2 is the double sized finale of this all ages series that focuses on Ollie, a young boy who has always wanted to be a superhero. Raised in a family with a superhero dad Ollie’s genetics hold the key to possibly becoming the person he has always wanted to be. The great thing about this series is that not only is it perfect for any age reader, but Ollie is also a young boy with Down Syndrome, which is so rare within pop culture. Continue reading “Metaphase #2 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”