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Graphic Novel Review – “Habibi” by Craig Thompson

  “The Sufi saint Rabi’a Al-Adawiyya was seen carrying a firebrand and a jug of water – the firebrand to burn Paradise, the jug of water to drown Hell… So that both veils disappear, and God’s followers worship, not out of hope for reward, nor fear of punishment, but out of love.”― Craig Thompson, Habibi Stats 5 out of 5 stars Hardcover, 672 …

Squee’s Wonderful Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors (Squee!) by Jhonen Vásquez

My God! My brain my brain. My poor abused brain. I feel like I should have a few hours of cat pictures after reading this book. I don’t think this is my brand of humor which I normally go for. Mine is more along the line of, “Blacks Books,”  This is more Ren and Stimpy? I am having a problem …

Graphic Novel Review of “Punk Rock Jesus” by Sean Gordon Murphy

Awards IGN Award for Best Comic Mini-Series (2012) #15 on CBH – Best Graphic Novel’s of all Time About From the pubisher, “A reality TV show starring a clone of Jesus Christ causes chaos across the U.S. of the near future in PUNK ROCK JESUS, a new graphic novel written and drawn by Sean Murphy, the acclaimed illustrator of JOE THE …

Novel Review – Kill The Dead by Richard Kadrey

Awards (for the author, not the “Sandman Slim” series”) British SF Association Awards — for SF works published in the UK, voted by British SF Association members “The First Man Not to Land on the Moon” (Back Brain Recluse #23 1997) — short fiction Locus Awards — for SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine Dead Set (Harper Voyager) — fantasy novel — 25th place …

Graphic Novel Review of “American Gods Volume 1: Shadows (Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: The Shadows #1-9)”

Russell, P. Craig et al. American Gods. Stats 4 out of 5 Stars Hardcover, 208 pages Published March 13th 2018 by Dark Horse Books Original Title American Gods, Volume 1: Shadows ISBN 1506703860 (ISBN13: 9781506703862) Edition Language English Series Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: The Shadows #1-9 Summary “What I say is, a town isn’t a town without a bookstore. It may call itself a town, …