Monday, October 2, 2017

A Court of Wings and Ruin Review

This has been the hardest couple months of my life when it comes to reading. I started this book back in June or July and I finished it today (The day I started writing this review XD). Lets see if I can get back into my groove because I haven't read anything but this this month. Also I'm going to do this review a little differently because there is a lot that I want to talk about. Also its pretty late so if there are any mistakes (there are always a lot) I apologize for them in advance. So lets get to it!!
  


Rating: 4/5

Non- Spoilery Section:

The book was really good. I wouldn't expect anything less than 4 stars for Sarah J. Maas. She is a Queen. I obviously did have some problems with it and that's why it wasn't a full 5 stars but other than that, yeah, it was great. That's all I have to say for the non- spoilery section of this review so if you haven't read the book, please go read it then come back.



Spoiler Section
*** There are some bad words in here so beware***


Let’s begin at the beginning (obviously). I don't know about you guys but I was ready for a ton of shit to go down, but guess what? We got about 100 pages of Feyre ignoring very important things and being Hella proud of her "acting" skills... WHAT THE HELL FEYRE?! Now let me just say I didn't hate the beginning at all. I really enjoyed it and I'm glad that the Spring Court part of the story didn't last too long.

I really loved the very first line of the first chapter " The painting was a lie", right then and there my expectations were set high, especially with how ACOMAF ended, and everything that was being set up throughout that book. I loved seeing Feyre play the sheep and twist everyone's thoughts about Tamlin, ugh it was beautiful. I mean Tamlin deserved it all and honestly how did he expect to come out unscathed when he pretty much sold out all of Prythian for "love"? The worse thing was, now that Feyre is more aware of all the wrong Tamlin has done to her, it makes me realize that he’s 100000% worse than I thought. And I think SJM tried to, in a way, redeem him. Even though she did a poor job and Tamlin was a total dick in this book. So, when Feyre pulled in that bitch (Spring Court) and tore it up, I WAS HERE FOR IT!!!

The only thing that made me even happier was when Lucien finally decided to be a decent fey- being and help her escape that retched court. He finally saw his High Lord for the monster he was--by working with Hybern-- and decided to help her out, I was so happy because Lucien was a favorite of mine. And then those Autumn Court bitches showed up and I was so angry. Like Lucien's brothers are so terrible to him and I obviously know why now but at the time I didn't understand at all! I wonder if they all knew that Helion was his dad and obviously Lucien did it so that’s why he never understood why they hated him. But anyway... Those demon children literally killed my soul because they were trying to hurt my kids, so when Cassian and Azriel showed up I screamed because I knew they were going to be okay. All I wanted throughout the book was for Feyre to be happy at the Court of Dreams with the Inner Circle, so when her and Rhysand were reunited I was again HERE FOR IT!

At the same time that entire middle part of the book was a little slow. It focused too much on the family dynamic between the Inner Circle, The Archeon sisters, and Lucien, while also focusing too much on the romantic relationships. I think it was so unnecessary considering there was so much that happened in the last 200 pages, SJM could have used that to make the end seem less rushed and sloppy. I was sort of okay with it because we got to know each character a little more, but I feel that there could have been a little more put into that part of the story. I’m not entirely sure what, but something was missing. It was nice to see Nesta and Elain slowly open up and accept themselves as fey. Especially with Elain, I mean she was pretty much like an empty water bottle in the beginning. It was nice to see her open up to Azriel and see him pretty much become like a big brother to her. It was cute and it was also refreshing too not see him pining over someone who doesn’t even want him… I’m talking about you Mor! But in all honesty now that I know she prefers to be with females I understand her. One thing I didn’t understand was why she never told them. I mean these are her closest friends, her family, I don’t get how she could let someone love her like that and just always put them aside. I don’t hate her for it but it’s just something I will never understand.

Now onto the good stuff starting with the attack on the library in Velaris. I expected something to happen because literally nothing was happening and they were constantly planning and searching for everything that happened in the Spring Court, how could I not? I really liked the setting for the attack because as well as being terrifying for the characters, in a small way it’s scary for us too because us readers think of bookstores and libraries as a safe place like the priestesses did.  To have that violated made that scene even more real for me and I loved it even though it wasn’t very intense. And then we have the beast below the library… I totally forgot about it until Feyre mentioned it on her way down there. And then you know… she made the deals…. I’m a proud mother!

Okay now let’s be real. That last quarter of the book was a literal shitstorm. So much was happening too quickly, power was being used up constantly, Az and Cass taking turns stopping my heart by getting hurt. I mean really! Cassian got hurt WAAAYY too many times and I was so sure they were going to do a Walking Dead thing.


*** Warning!! The Walking Dead Spoilers Ahead!!!***

I mean with Glenn. Throughout the entire series they put him in situations where he could have easily died but then they decided in the 7th season to finally kill him in the worst way possible (for me at least).


***End***

But we were honestly very lucky when it came to those two characters. I’ve grown so attached to the inner circle its almost ridiculous so every time one of them were hurt I was reduced to tears.
Speaking of near death experiences, that battle in Adriatta was just… I honestly didn’t expect too much to happen in that battle, Feyre and Mor were kicking ass and taking names! They had me shook to the core but when Feyre went into Rhys’ head and saw the king, my heart stopped!! I was 100% with Feyre and I was screaming for Rhys to kill the son of a bitch! That is until I found out he was just a projection…. I’m sure you can imagine my disappointment at the information. In a way, I was glad because Rhys wouldn’t have been able to fight him with his depleted magic. Which again seemed to be a theme in the story. I don’t get it.

Another thing that seemed to come up a lot was Tamlin the tool being a jealous little bitch. Especially when he showed up to the meeting in the Dawn Court. Come on man! I know he was mad but he literally used that time to cry about his broken heart and try to discredit the Night Court. Get off your high horse Tamlin. You weren’t anything compared to Rhysand anyway! Another thing that bothered me was that he pretty much didn’t acknowledge the fact that he was a traitor to the country because he was so worried about seeming like a tough guy. Dude get over yourself… The meeting wasn’t about you and no one even invited you! 


So, when Rhys took his ability to speak, of course, I was shooketh! I laughed so hard that I cried because he really did need to shut his damned mouth. But then Beorn the douche bag had to open his mouth and in a way forced Feyre to use her power. Man f*ck that guy and his bastards!!! If I was Feyre I would have attacked him too. He was being a dick what did he expect to happen? But in the end, I’m glad most of them decided to band together which we all knew was going to happen anyway.

When the final battle started I immediately wanted to stop reading. The odds were against my babies and they barely had an army, I wasn’t ready at all. The book was getting close to the ending and I didn’t want a repeat of Empire of Storms. You all know what I mean right? I mean the king started using the cauldron and Prythian’s armies were barely holding on… I was ready for it all to go bad and not get better but then 


Myriam and Drakon’s armies show up with the Cursed queen and Papa Archeon. I was pissed because the story was changing into something more positive. Not only that, but they showed up out of nowhere, and their reasons for showing up made absolutely no sense! Then on top of that when it finally came down to finally get to the Cauldron to Nullify it, Nesta and Elain decided to get sick. One thing that bothered me was that when her and Amren decide to go Nesta is suddenly well enough to distract the king… WHAT? On top of that, Amren just out of NOWHERE being like oh BTW I betrayed you… BITCH EXUSE ME WHAT?!?!? For a second I thought she sold them out but I was glad to learn of the real reason she did it. At that same time, too The King was decapitated WOOOOOOHOOOOO!!!!

My number one problem with the book though, and the reason I took off a star, was because of the way everything went down after that. You know Amren became her true self and died… like what the hell man. And she also shattered the damn Cauldron! Come on! But the one thing that got on my nerves was the part where Feyre and Rhys were fixing the Cauldron with their magic and Rhys kept saying I love you. I knew then he was going to die and I cried all over my book. Feyre finally saw him and my heart broke. I had to stop reading. I cried for so long and in some way, I was hoping the rest of the book would have something to do with his death. When I finally got back to that shit, he was back in the next chapter!! I threw my book because not only was writing that a waste but it also was pointless! What is the point of killing a character when their death isn’t even long enough to seem meaningful?! JFC! I feel like Rhysand’s death was ultimately there for the benefit of Tamlin’s character… NO Fuck no! Tamlin was already made to be the villain, there’s no turning back from that! He’s already been deemed unforgivable! Then after all that everything was sunshine and Daisies, except for Nesta of course who seemed to be the only one grieving their father???? TF?! He was literally the only consequence for anyone in the book! His death was useless!!! 

I hated that so I took off a whole star for it.


But anyway, this is a little long so let me end this right here and right now… Bye!!! 

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Disney Book Tag With my Cousin!

This is my 200th post guys!!!! Dont want to waste it. So here is the Disney Book Tag I am doing with my little cousin. 



1. The Little Mermaid
A character who is out of their element; a “fish out of water”
JG: Idk
Me: Definitely Feyre from The ACOTAR series. I feel like everyone has read the series so I don't think I have to explain.

2. Cinderella
A character who goes through a major transformation
JG: Firestar from the Warriors Series.
Me: Celaena Sardothien. 
SPOILERSSS!!!!


She was literally a slave and now she is a Queen! Duh! 

3. Snow White
A book with an eclectic cast of characters
JG: Warriors by Erin Hunter
Me: I'd say the Guardians of the Galaxy Comic book. I mean there are literally different species. 

4. Sleeping Beauty
A book that put you to sleep
JG: Seekers by Erin Hunter
Me: City of Bones by Cassandra Clare! That book was just so bland I didn't like it at all. 

5. The Lion King
A character who had something traumatic happen to them in their childhood
JG: Batman for obvious reasons
Me: Peter Parker When his parents died in the plane crash or ya know..... the Green Goblin. Or uncle Ben dying. Im referring to Spider-man: Power and Responsibility. 

6. The Beauty and The Beast
A book that you were intimidated by but found the story to be beautiful
JG: Seekers by Erin Hunter
Me: All the Throne of Glass and ACOTAR books. They're HUGE! Harry Potter too. 

7. Aladdin 
A character who gets their wish granted….for better or for worse
JG: Ariel from the Little Mermaid
Me: Jenna Rink from 13 going on 30. If you have seen that movie you know what I mean.

8. Mulan
A character who pretends to be someone or something they are not
JG: Nightwing AKA Dick Grayson for obvious reasons
Me: Pietro.... That probably doesn't make sense but clearly he isn't Quicksilver because he wasn't quick enough to dodge those bullets. Too soon? Definitely!

9. Toy Story
A story with characters you wish would come to life
JG:  The Guardians of the Galaxy
Me: The ACOTAR Series because I love the Inner Circle. How can you not? 

10. Disney Descendents 
Your favorite villain or morally ambiguous character
JG: The Joker 
Me: James Moriarty!!! I love him so so so so so so so so so much! 

Rat Queens Volume 1 Mini-Review

Title: Rat Queens Volume 1: Sass and Sorcery
Author: Kurtis J. Wiebe
Illustrator: Roc Upchurch
Rating: 3/5
Synopsis: Who are the Rat Queens? They're a pack of booze-guzzling, death-dealing battle maidens-for-hire and they're in the business of killing all the god's creatures for profit. Meet Hannah the Rockabilly Elven Mage, Violet the Hipster Dwarven Fighter, Dee the Atheist Human Cleric and Betty the Hippy Smidgen Thief.
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My Thoughts: This was a little boring at first but I really ended up liking it. I like the friendships between the girls and I really liked all the girl power. I was a little confused as to what was going on most of the time but I think I kinda ignored that because I really liked the art. Again this is going to be super short because I read these a little while ago and I still don't have much to say about them. I'm really waiting for a comic book to really take me over the top with love, but I haven't found anything like that since Saga so.... whatever. I'm done bye!
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20299683-rat-queens-vol-1?ac=1&from_search=true

Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe Mini-Review


Title: Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe
Author: Cullen Bunn
Illustrator: Dalibor Talajic
Rating: 2.5/5
Synopsis: What if everything you thought was funny about Deadpool was actually just disturbing? What if he decided to kill everyone and everything that makes up the Marvel Universe? What if he actually pulled it off? Would that be FUN for you? The Merc with a Mouth takes a turn for the twisted in a horror comic like no other!
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My Thoughts: Sooo disappointing!!! If you think this was going to be some humorous complex Deadpool story, you're wrong. The title is literally what the book is about. Nothing really special and it was actually very boring to read. I don't have anything else to say about this. So I'm going to end this right here!!! Okay bye!
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15789310-deadpool-kills-the-marvel-universe

Monday, July 10, 2017

Saga Volume 7 Review

I'm back! Sorta... I'm slowly trying to get back into reading again. I know...
This more than likely will contain spoilers so read at your own risk.


Title: Saga Volume 7
Author: Brian K. Vaughan
Illustrator: Fiona Staples
Rating: 3.5/5
Synopsis:  “The War for Phang” is an epic, self-contained Saga event! Finally reunited with her ever-expanding family, Hazel travels to a war-torn comet that Wreath and Landfall have been battling over for ages. New friendships are forged and others are lost forever in this action-packed volume about families, combat and the refugee experience.
My Thoughts: Okay lets take a moment to appreciate how cute Hazel has gotten!!!


Anyway... This volume was pretty boring compared to the other ones. There was a lot less action and that is probably due to the fact that Alana was HUGE! it could also be that there just wasn't anything to write about because I mean they were stranded on a comet for pretty much the entire book. 

But aside from that, what I really want to talk about is Prince Robot IV and his nasty self!!! Like the second page of the book I was greeted with a dong... Which was his i might add... Not a very good surprise especially when you are out on public. And also the fact that he has these weird not feelings for Alana. Like what is that ?????

Let me get back on topic now geez! As always I love love love Fiona Staples' art. I mean its just so nice I don't know I just like it a lot. It's the same old thing i say every time you already know. I didn't like it as much as the others but i still enjoyed it. So yeah... That's all for now, Okay... bye!

Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29237211-saga-vol-7?from_search=true

East of West Mini-Review

I have three reviews to post so I'll try to get them all up today. If not today then tomorrow. 




Title:  East of West Volume 1
Author: Jonathan Hickman
Illustrator: Nick Dragotta 
Rating: 5/5
Synopsis: This is the world. It is not the one we wanted, but it is the one we deserved. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse roam the Earth, signaling the End Times for humanity, and our best hope for life, lies in Death.
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My Thoughts: I didn't know what to expect when I picked this up but I was not disappointed. I went into this without knowing a thing. I thought it was just going to be some western story but it definitely wasn't! I really liked the  story, it was very different from anything I have ever read and I really want to read some more off these. Another plus to this is I have heard some really great things about the books so I am super excited to continue. I didn't like the art too much but I did like the coloring. For some reason it helped keep the story interesting (to me at least). Some parts were pretty confusing and I couldn't tell if something was in the past or the present but I'm sure if I keep reading them I'll understand eventually. Other than that I don't have anything else to say without giving anything away. So this is where I'm going to end this.
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2043426728

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Update

I know I haven't posted since April and I mean I have no excuse for that. But I just wanted to let you all know that I GOT A JOB!!!



 and so that means that if I do have time to post a review it will be on the weekends or later in the day (not really likely). Ill start posting reviews when I find the time to actually sit down and read. *sigh*

So far I have only 2 books and a couple of Comic books that I want to read so it shouldn't take too long. One of those books is a Court of Wings and Ruin. I bought it the day it came out and I haven't even started it!!!!


But anyway yeah I just wanted to let you all know that I am probably going to be posting even less. Sorry!!

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

The Walking Dead Volume 9. The shortest review I will probably ever write.

I started this review 5 days ago and I still don't want to write it so this will be SUPER short!

Title: The Walking Dead Volume 9: Here We Remain
Author: Robert Kirkman
Illustrator: Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn
Rating: 4/5
Synopsis: In the last volume we learned that no one is safe. Now, after the staggering losses they've sustained, Rick and Carl are left to pick up the pieces and carry on, knowing that they could join their fallen friends and family at any moment
Picture: I don't really have an actual picture just the speech bubble with Abraham's awful language. I thought it was funny. He was like I hope you guys aren't a bunch of stupid mfs.


My Thoughts: WOO!!! I finally got to read some more TWD. I've had the book for a couple weeks now but I wanted to read everything I bought before this first and I did so here we are, like a week later. I  really liked it, it was literally like watching that where the same exact thing happened. Maybe that's why I don't feel like writing this. Any way you know this episode:


And just for fun I'll add this too because its hilarious!



Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4714126-the-walking-dead-vol-09

Monday, April 17, 2017

Hawkeye Volume 1 Mini-Review

Title: Hawkeye Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon
Author: Matt Fraction
Illustrator(s): David Aja, and Javier Pulido
Rating: 4/5
Synopsis: The breakout star of this summer's blockbuster Avengers film, Clint Barton - aka the self-made hero Hawkeye - fights for justice! With ex-Young Avenger Kate Bishop by his side, he's out to prove himself as one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes! SHIELD recruits Clint to intercept a packet of incriminating evidence - before he becomes the most wanted man in the world. You won't believe what is on The Tape! What is the Vagabond Code?
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My Thoughts: This is the second comic book that I have read by Matt Fraction and I actually like this one (Which makes me so happy because I love Hawkeye).I mean look at that little cupcake!
Going Pew Pew with his little bow and arrows... I'm sorry... Anyway! I really enjoyed the story it was really funny and I would be open to reading the next volume. Only problem I have with it ( that's why it took me so long to read it too) is the art. I hate it so much and I honestly think its because it looked like a bunch of sketches were colored in and I cant stand that. Some I can deal with but I like clean crisp lines and colorful pictures. Anyway... Clint was like a total dork in this and I sorta kinda liked Kate (I need to know more about her). One thing I liked was there was like a little bit at then end which I'm guessing were the Young Avengers. I really liked reading that. I might even go try to find it at a book store or something.. but yeah great story.. One thing that confused me was the part about Clint being a weapon I don't know if that is about what is mentioned in the book or something else but it really confused me because I thought this was going to be more of a villain turned hero story or something but... other than that... That's all I have to say for now... Okay Bye!!!
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16002136-hawkeye-volume-1

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Captain America: Red Menace Mini-Review

Title: Captain America: Red Menace Ultimate Collection
Author: Ed Brubaker
Illustrator(s): Mike Perkins, Steve Epting, Javier Pulido, Marcos Martin, Frank D'Armata, Javier Rodriguez
Rating:2.5/5
Synopsis: Six months ago, Crossbones kidnapped the Red Skull's daughter, Sin, from a government re-education facility and disappeared into the night. Now, he and his spawn of infinite evil have come to the American Midwest to tear a new hole in A.I.M. - but none of them counted on Cap and Agent 13 stumbling into the mix.
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My Thoughts: I honestly didn't like this that much... I mean I've been reading it since March 27 and I finished it last night so.... I just didn't really like the story... It was kinda all over the place and when everything came together it didn't really make sense. I did love Bucky though.  It's Bucky how can you not love him???
And honestly I only finished this because I really love Captain America and I didn't want to leave it unfinished ( but I'll leave books unfinished if I don't like them 🤣). Maybe its just the Red Skull that I didn't like because when I saw Crossbones on the cover I got pretty excited (I don't like Sharon). So yeah. I don't really have much to say except I didn't like that flashback part when they were in the war with the Nazis and that art was super old looking and I just didn't like it. I didn't really like the art at all in the whole thing because the characters looked so much alike I didn't know who was who.
These people are the only reason I finished this...






They deserve very large pictures because I couldn't have done it without them. Anyway... Like I said I didn't like the story or the art all that much so yeah... That's all for now. Okay... Bye!!
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/9884768-captain-america

Thursday, April 6, 2017

King's Cage Review

I know... I FINALLY FINISHED A BOOK!!! Well more like struggled though it but I'm glad I did because King's Cage was one of my most anticipated books... by the way this is going to have spoilers because I need to talk about this.

Title: King's Cage (Red Queen #3)
Author: Victoria Aveyard
Rating: 3.5/5
Quote: "Stupid people are easier to control."
Synopsis: Mare Barrow is a prisoner, powerless without her lightning, tormented by her lethal mistakes. She lives at the mercy of a boy she once loved, a boy made of lies and betrayal. Now a king, Maven Calore continues weaving his dead mother's web in an attempt to maintain control over his country—and his prisoner. As Mare bears the weight of Silent Stone in the palace, her once-ragtag band of newbloods and Reds continue organizing, training, and expanding. They prepare for war, no longer able to linger in the shadows. And Cal, the exiled prince with his own claim on Mare's heart, will stop at nothing to bring her back. When blood turns on blood, and ability on ability, there may be no one left to put out the fire—leaving Norta as Mare knows it to burn all the way down
My Thoughts: Okay to be honest I still don't know how I feel about this book. I mean I really liked the first half because so much was happening and we were learning so much about why Maven is the way he is... but then the book took a turn .Mare was back with the Scarlet Guard, and the story just got boring. I personally don't ship Mare and Cal so I wasn't so thrilled with that but the one thing that bothered me the most is that he went from being a shaky ally to the love of her life in the couple months she was in captivity. Those couple months which she in fact didn't even really think about him. She was so focused on "hating" Maven so how????? And honestly I think the time she spent with him made her hate him even less no matter how much she says she wants to kill him... because I feel like she could have done it a bunch of times and never did. I felt bad for Maven after hearing about what his mother did to him and if you all have read my reviews on the other books, you know that I love Maven. I think Mares jabs at him make me like him even more even though what he did in Glass Sword and some of the stuff he did in this book made me mad at him. Maven is just one of those characters I sympathize with even though hes not exactly "Good".
Now lets get to other things.... Like the fact that in the second half of the book literally nothing happened!!! That's what has me confused if I really like it or not because the second half of books are what really make it or break it for me (If I like it enough to get passed the first few chapters). That whole second half was just Mare and Cal training and having sex and doing absolutely nothing until all of a sudden Mavens armies are looking for a fight....  WHAT?!!?!?! I mean small things happened like Farley had Shades baby... sad. and there are other newbloods like Mare... wow. But that's it.. And the ending GOSH!! Can you be less obvious!!!
I'm talking about the Epilogue.... I mean we all pretty much knew that someone was going to try to put Cal on the throne. I mean MARE WAS LITERALLY IN THE CASTLE WHEN THEY TRIED TO KILL MAVEN AND THEY SAID SOMETHING ALONG THE LINES OF " LONG LIVE THE KING TIBERIAS CALORE VII" Did she really think they wouldn't try to make him king??? Also he was pretty much made to be the king... Did she think he would give up who he is?? I get that they "love" each other but come on... It isn't real. Hes like her rebound x2! I just cant with their relationship and I'm glad its over because it gives Mare a chance to work on her crap. AND MAYBE FIND A DECENT GUY THAT ACTUALLY CARES ABOUT HER!!!! *cough* Kilorn *Cough* I don't really ship it but hes a good guy and even though things weren't perfect he tried to be there for her despite his limitations and she always put him to the side because she was blinded by those Hot ass Princes. *sigh* I need to end this here because this is basically a rant... I'm just confused about this so maybe when the next book comes out I'll feel better about the events in this book. I did say I liked the first half but the second half really dragged it down for me. So yeah... That's all for now. Okay... Bye!!!
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/30226723-king-s-cage

Outcast Volume 1 Mini-Review


Title: Outcast Volume 1
Author: Robert Kirkman
Illustrator: Paul Azaceta
Rating: 4/5
Synopsis: Kyle Barnes has been plagued by demonic possession all his life and now he needs answers. Unfortunately, what he uncovers along the way could bring about the end of life on Earth as we know it.
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My Thoughts: I really liked this story even though it was pretty slow I found it very interesting. I would have given it 5/5 but I really didn't like the art and it kinda bothered me while reading, nut I liked the story enough to want to continue.
I knew this was about Demonic Possession and stuff because I had watched the first episode on HBO before the episode aired but I found it a little more creepy reading it and looking at it in complete silence. The coloring was very dark it had a lot of black, blues and brown so it made the story seem more creepy.
When I got to the part with the first possession Kyle encountered I was like...
But then after I was like...

By the way, Yeah.... I love Jasper Hale... Sue ME!!! Anyway... I got really into it and I feel like it ended so quickly. If I'd known I would like it so much I would have bought the second volume... But it is what it is. If I have money Ill but the second volume with Volume 7 of Saga... I need to know what happens in both because I find things about supernatural creatures really interesting... And because...

Honestly If you are still super behind on Supernatural I'm sorry... not.

Anyways... I don't think I've read enough to really connect with the characters so I don't know if I like them or not but I feel really bad for Kyle and how he had to live (in the past and present)... Okay... That's all for now... Bye!!!
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23043731-outcast-vol-1

Deadpool vs. X-Force Mini-Review

Look how pretty that cover photo is!!! 



Title: Deadpool vs. X-Force
Author: Duane Swierczynski
Illustrator: Pepe Laraz
Rating: 5/5
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Synopsis: Journey back to the gritty, hyper-detailed days of the 1990s, when two characters debuted who would change the face of comics...Cable and Deadpool! Now, in this all-new tale, we learn of the pair's first meeting - well before New Mutants #98 - as Cable and his soon-to-be X-Force race through the time stream to stop the reckless mercenary Deadpool before he destroys American history for good! Everything you knew about Cable and Deadpool's shared history was wrong...but that's okay, because everything you're about to read is way more awesome!
My Thoughts: This is the first time I've ever read anything about Deadpool and I looooovvvvveeeeedddddd IT!!!!! I really loved the coloring in this, it was so colorful and vibrant and I don't think I've loved art this much since Saga. Which by the way the seventh volume should be out soon right? Anyway... Like always Deadpool was super funny and I actually really liked Cable even though he was kind of a D-Bag. But I did like him in the story and I loved the time travel and stuff. One thing I really found funny was when he kidnapped Hitler and he was like a small child or something. I don't even know but I found it funny. Yeah so that's it... I have a hard time reviewing comic books because there isn't much to say.... I do want to read more Deadpool that's for sure.... Okay... Bye!
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22259479-deadpool-vs-x-force

Monday, March 27, 2017

Captain America: Castaway in Dimension Z Mini-Review

Title: Captain America: Castaway in Dimension Z
Author: Rick Remender
Illustrator: John Romita Jr.
Rating: 1/5
Synopsis: Thrust into a bizarre, inhospitable world far from home, the all-new, high-adventure, mind-melting, tough-as-nails, sci-fi, pulp-fantasy era of Captain America starts NOW! Arnim Zola’s ambitions leave Captain America stranded in the upside-down territory known as Dimension Z. With no country and no allies, what’s left for the Sentinel of Liberty to protect? Just the one thing his foe values most: Zola’s son! Steve has saved the boy’s life, but can he keep him alive against the savage barbarians of Phrox — with the fate of a world hinging on his victory? And when Zola’s terrible experiments on the indigenous creatures give birth to a terrible new foe, the Odd War of Dimension Z begins! No flesh escapes the Patchwork!
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My Thoughts: Lets just keep this super short because if I go on about this it wont be nice. I HATED this! I feel like Cap was so out of character...he probably wasn't though, I hated the art, and the story made NO SENSE WHAT SO EVER!!!! I haven't read much CA but I think its safe to say that this is a bad CA story. I would not recommend this to anyone.
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17251110-captain-america-volume-1

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Twilight: The Graphic Novel Volume 2 Mini-Review

I read Volume 1 a couple years ago and you all know I don't like re-reading books so there wont be a review for that one but I did give it a 5/5.

Title: Twilight: The Graphic Novel Volume 2
Author: Stephenie Meyer
Illustrator: Young Kim
Rating: 5/5
Synopsis: Having uncovered the dark secret of her enigmatic classmate, Edward Cullen, Bella Swan embraces her feelings for him, trusting Edward to keep her safe despite the risks. When a rival clan of vampires makes its way into Forks, though, the danger to Bella has never been more real. Will she make the ultimate sacrifice to protect the people dearest to her?
Picture:  I took that picture.. How could I not the art is so pretty!!!

My Thoughts: I AM TWILIGHT TRASH!!!! I saw this on thriftbooks and I had to have it. On top of that all of the movies were gifted to me for my birthday so I was watching them while reading this. Ugh I LOVE IT! The art was so beautiful and obviously the story was so perfect! I especially loved the part in the picture. Right after the baseball scene (I love that part!) when Victoria Laurent and James show up... Perfect! I'm pretty sure everyone has seen Twilight so this is just everything after Bella found out Edward was a vampire. I love Twilight so that's all I really need to say to make people understand how much i enjoyed this. I can wait to get my hands on New Moon Vol. 1 and 2. So that's all for now. Okay... Bye!

Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life Mini-Review

Title: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life (Scott Pilgrim Volume 1)
Author: Bryan Lee O'Malley
Illustrator: Bryan Lee O'Malley
Rating: 3/5
Synopsis: Scott Pilgrim's life is totally sweet. He's 23 years old, he's in a rock band, he's "between jobs" and he's dating a cute high school girl. Nothing could possibly go wrong, unless a seriously mind-blowing, dangerously fashionable, rollerblading delivery girl named Ramona Flowers starts cruising through his dreams and sailing by him at parties. Will Scott's awesome life get turned upside-down? Will he have to face Ramona's seven evil ex-boyfriends in battle? The short answer is yes. The long answer is Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life
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My Thoughts: The movie is so similar to this I basically didn't have to read it. Though I did enjoy it so no complaints here. I do wish that I bought more Volumes of it because I didn't think there was going to be so little in the first one. All of the action happened at the end it was a little boring in the beginning but since I knew what was going to happen I kept reading. I didn't like the art all that much even though I think it compliments the vibe of the story. It was just a little too cartoony for me but I'm sure I'll get used to it once I continue.
I don't have too much to say about this other than I liked it and I didn't like Scott be cause hes a lazy,cheating butt hole. Ha ha. Yeah that's all for now. Okay... Bye!
Links: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29800.Scott_Pilgrim_Volume_1?ac=1&from_search=true