I don't have a lot of free time, but what free time I do have I often spend reading graphic novels.
It’s February. Black History Month. There’s some other holiday happening this month too. What was it?
If you've never read a graphic novel before, it can be hard to decide where to start.
Here are my picks of the best science fiction/fantasy graphic novels and manga that you should be reading right now.
"Politics is an ancient and noble calling. Without politicians our societies would descend into anarchy and chaos.”
Eden’s Gate, the debut novel by Edward Brody, is a LitRPG that is impossible to put down.
Life is Strange Issue 1 reveals that Max and Chloe are still haunted by the events of Arcadia Bay.
The current Doctor is regenerating, and we all know who is taking over, but this comic series delves into the events before their transformation.
The latest Doctor Who comic from Titan Comics set during the Victorian era and there are robots aplenty, but there’s not a great deal of steam.
Blood, guts and rocket jumps.
The conclusion of The Death of Sleep is an intriguing end to a well-orchestrated spin on the Bloodborne universe.
Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension is a great addition to any comic lover's collection and a definite must-read for Doctor Who fans.
The Peeress and the Price is another opportunity to see Dishonored's Emily in action, even if you’re not in the driving seat, but the story’s promising premise is squandered.
The first issue of Titan Comics' Bloodborne series caters to fans with a unique approach to the story.
Titan Comics allows The Evil Within fans a more in-depth look into the series and into the mind of Sebastian Castellanos with The Evil Within: The Interlude.
Titan Comics wonderfully displays the rich narrative behind Tekken in the first issue of their brand new comic book series.
If you didn't already know, Bloodborne is getting the comic book treatment next February. Check out some of the epic art that's going to adorn its pages.