The stellar team Molly Naylor and Lizzy Stewart bring us a graphic novel retelling of Naylor’s amazing theatre work about loss, legacy and the logistics of modern life. Lights! Planets! People! follows famous astrologer Maggie Hill as she prepares to give a lecture advising other young women to follow her path into a STEM career while she prepares for a personal journey in to therapy. Her struggle to battle her enfeebling anxieties while she works to exude a confidence and happiness to these young ladies makes her look back on her life’s struggles and achievements. The book revels in these juxtapositions and shows us the resilience and exhaustion that is part-and-parcel of modern womanhood. Continue reading LIGHTS! PLANETS! PEOPLE! Review – An Intergalactic Look Into Anxiety
The iconic Overwatch character gets her own series. Continue reading Overwatch: Tracer – London Calling review – spinoff series starring series favourite.
We select some fiction highlights to curl up with now that cosy season is upon us. Continue reading September Fiction Highlights
A new isekai manga that sees a young boy content with two extra personalities. Continue reading Multi-Mind Mayhem Volume 1: Isekai Tensei Soudouki review
Darryl Cunningham is pulling back curtains wherever he goes; from billionaires, to scientists, to economic crashes, he’s unveiling them all in his signature style. In Putin’s Russia: Rise of a Dictator, he draws back the ultimate red curtain… the Russian … Continue reading Putin’s Russia by Darryl Cunningham – September Book of the Month
Get an inside look at the life of Howard Marks in Becoming Mr Nice. Continue reading Becoming Mr Nice – an extraordinary montage of an extraordinary life
Our Graphic Novel of the Month for September is the new Eternals series leading up to their cinematic debut. Continue reading Eternals Vol. 1: Only Death is Eternal – September Graphic Novel of the Month
A new sci-fi manga based on a hit series of light novels. Continue reading Otherside Picnic (Manga) 01 review – a sci-fi classic gets a new manga interpretation.
Peter David continues his acclaimed origin story of the ruthless Maestro. Continue reading Maestro: War and Pax review – the origins of a twisted take on the Hulk
There might never be a book that will truly capture the bizarre experience of a pandemic. But if any book has gotten close, its Crisis Zone. Continue reading Crisis Zone Review – Megg, Mogg & Owl take on Covid-19!