GothamGal is a devoted comic fan. Reading comics from an early age (TinTin, Archie, Katie Keene and much more), she has recently revisited her old interest and is branching out into the streets of unread comics and graphic novels! While she favors DC Comics, Marvel is slowly winning her over—but Vertigo, Image and IDW have so many new things to offer, she might just say she’s a comic fan—with no labels.
Pop Vinyl: The Dark Side of Pop Culture
It’s time to talk about a dark side of fandom and collecting–Funko’s Pop Vinyl. They’re cute little vinyl dolls you see in any major store (and now they are even EXCLUSIVE, depending on the store) and feature some of pop culture’s darlings. They also have subscription boxes and exclusive tie-ins with products.
Each Monday, The Book Date asks what we’re reading… Please visit the site to link up your current list and hold yourself accountable. Also, you can visit some great blogs who are also doing this meme… It’s pretty awesome.
I hit 173 books this week!!! And you have totally seen SOME of those reviews (I have more, though). As the year is winding down, I am working on a few housekeeping blog projects to share with you.
The Mystery is Solved, or is it? A Review of Gravity Falls Journal 3
Fans of Alex Hirsch’s groundbreaking animation show (aka Gravity Falls) know that there are a lot of weird things happening in the general vicinity of the town. It’s also populated with some really odd characters and seemingly normal characters. The mystery of the area is best described in three separate journals that have been hidden in different locations.
Capturing the Moment: A Review of Gotham Academy Vol 3: YearbookGothamGal is a devoted comic fan. Reading comics from an early age (TinTin, Archie, Katie Keene & much more), she has recently revisited her old interest and is branching out into the streets of unread comics and graphic novels! While she favors DC Comics, Marvel is slowly winning her over—but Vertigo, Image & IDW have so many new things to offer,
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A Sky Full of Stars: A Review of Molly McAdams’ To The StarS
Harlow and Knox were ‘ride or die’ almost from the beginning. Their love, farther and deeper than the distance from the Earth to the Moon–it was calculated from the Earth to the stars. But the age difference was made a thing by nearly everyone and the two lost touch of each other.
Fast forward to now.