Articles Posted in the " graphic novels " Category



  • “The Oracle Code” Graphic Novel Review

    The Oracle Code isn’t just for old fans of Barbara Gordon, but for people who are completely unfamiliar with the character as well. If you like stories about overcoming hardships, ghost stories, computer hacking, and mysteries, then The Oracle Code is the book for you! -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in […]



  • Get in the Halloween Spirit with “Pumpkinheads”

    In a huge departure from the last book I read, another book to get you in the mood for Halloween is Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell and Faith Erin Hicks. Grab your pumpkin spice and caramel apples and hop in the hay wagon with me as we go on a journey of growing up and seizing the […]


  • “Dear Justice League” Is Fun for All Ages

    One of the entries in DC Comics’ new middle grade imprint, DC Zoom, is Dear Justice League. With art by Gustavo Duarte and story by Michael Northrop, Dear Justice League offers a rare look at the lives of some of DC’s most famous heroes. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other […]


  • I Actually Liked “Teen Titans: Raven”

    After the twin disappointments of Mera: Tidebreaker and Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale, I approached Teen Titans: Raven with some trepidation. I really want to like these DC Ink novels, and they just haven’t been pulling me in. Thankfully, I quite enjoyed Raven. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole […]



  • Fans of Mera May Want to Skip “Tidebreaker”

    Journey beneath the waves in Mera: Tidebreaker as author Danielle Paige introduces you to a (bland, one-dimensional) Mera and Arthur Curry and tells you the (boring and predictable) story of how they first met. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary


  • Dark Tales: The Call of Cthulhu – Graphic Novel Review

    Dark Tales: The Call of Cthulhu from Canterbury Classics is an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s famous tale. The illustrations are by Dave Shepard. If you haven’t read the original, this graphic novel is a good place to start. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright […]