Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms

This was hands down one of the sweetest things I’ve read in a long time. From page one you have Annie this spunky, angry, defiant person who is forced to try out for the cheerleading team so she can soften up and make some friends. Then you have Bebe, a trans girl who is justContinue reading “Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms”

Legend of Korra: Turf Wars

Now I know I still haven’t posted my review of ATLA: Imbalance (It will come next month, I promise), but the Legend of Korra graphic novels are not dependent on ATLA and are definitely their own thing. If you’ve seen Legend of Korra you know that while ATLA provides more backstory and world building, youContinue reading “Legend of Korra: Turf Wars”

Avatar the Last Airbender: North and South

This series in the Avatar graphic novels focuses on Katara and Sokka when they go home to the Southern Water Tribe to visit their grandma and father. When they get there however, the Southern Water Tribe is completely different to when they left. In the blink of an eye, the tribe modernized and is transformed.Continue reading “Avatar the Last Airbender: North and South”

Avatar the Last Airbender: Smoke and Shadow

There will be spoilers for the events of the series as well as the graphic novels that came before this one, you have been warned. This next installment of the ATLA graphic novel series focuses on Fire Lord Zuko’s return to the fire nation after finding his mother. When he returns, he is not metContinue reading “Avatar the Last Airbender: Smoke and Shadow”

Avatar the Last Airbender: The Search

This story arc of the ATLA graphic novel series focuses on Zuko and Azula’s search for their mother. Probably one of the most anticipated storylines that never got resolved in the television show, I was so hyped to see that it was covered in the graphic novels. I can’t believe I never picked them upContinue reading “Avatar the Last Airbender: The Search”

Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise

Hi, my name is Keelin and I’m obsessed with Avatar the Last Airbender. I know I’m not alone in this and also will be taking no criticism at this time, thank you haha. But really, I’m a huge fan of the show and have loved it for years. I’m so glad it’s back on NetflixContinue reading “Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise”

Goldie Vance Vol. 4

If you haven’t heard of this graphic novel series, Goldie Vance is akin to Nancy Drew just far more diverse. The majority of the characters are people of color and queer. The setting is in Florida in an ambiguous 50s-60s time period giving you cute outfits and fun phrases. What the series boils down toContinue reading “Goldie Vance Vol. 4”

Sheets

A short, sweet graphic novel about a girl, a ghost, and a laundromat. It’s a story about a ghost, Wendell, who doesn’t feel welcomed in the ghost world, and a girl, Marjorie, whose mother has passed away and she is trying to keep the family laundromat afloat while her father deals with depression. Marjorie isContinue reading “Sheets”

The Prince and the Dressmaker

Whether or not you want to cry is irrelevant, Jen Wang is going to make you shed a tear regardless. The story she tells in The Prince and the Dressmaker is one of two people, both struggling in their lots in life for very different reasons. One, a poor seamstress with big dreams but noContinue reading “The Prince and the Dressmaker”