Nightlights Series Review (Nightlights & Hicotea)

Nightlights is a series of children’s comic books by Lorena Alvarez that, as of this writing, consists of two books: Nightlights and Hicotea. The series follows Sandy, an imaginative and artistic girl, who has fantastical adventures involving magical creatures, some friendly and others malevolent. It’s an intriguing series, with narratives that have more going on... Continue Reading →

Little Miss P Review

"Period Punch!" Little Miss P is the anthropomorphized representation of Women’s periods. She is a familiar and unwelcome visitor who arrives once a month to deliver painful cramps via punches and drain blood with her syringe arm, paying no attention to the pleas of her victims or whether or not it is a convenient time... Continue Reading →

Rainbow Brite Vol 1 Review

Oh man, was I excited when I spotted this book at my local comic book store! Rainbow Brite is a character that was created by Hallmark in 1983 and she stared in an animated cartoon of the same name that I loved as a child. Despite consisting of only one season and a single movie,... Continue Reading →

Komi Can’t Communicate Vol 1 Review

Komi Can’t Communicate is a comedy manga with a somewhat cliché premise. I was initially a bit on the fence about picking it up, but after reading a number to positive reviews, I decided to give it a go and see if it was as hilarious as everyone said. Synopsis: Tadano is a completely average... Continue Reading →

Dramacon Ultimate Edition Review

Dramacon was one of the most successful of Tokyopop’s Original-English-Language (OEL) manga titles, but, despite being a fan of the creators more recent works, I had never read this series. So, when I spotted this 3-in-1 Ultimate Edition in my local comic book shop, I snatched it up so I could finally see how one... Continue Reading →

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