Graphic Novel Reviewers


Graphic Novel Reviewers

A place where reviewers can post the links to anything comics!

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Latest Activity: Jan 15

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Manga fans? 4 Replies

who else reads manga?  you know, those short fat comic books that are read in reverse? good stuff. some of my favorite series: NanaParadise KissxXxHolicFullmetal AlchemistComicDeathnote How about…Continue

Started by Little Red Reviewer. Last reply by TheRandomRanterer Nov 20, 2012.

Manga/Graphic Novel/Video Game Novel Challenge 2012

Hey Everyone! I don’t know if there’s anyone doing a challenge quite like this for 2012, I didn’t find one when I searched, however, if you are hosting a similar challenge and my challenge interests…Continue

Started by Diayll N. Sales Dec 17, 2011.

Calling all Authors, writers and poets!

This is a very exciting time here at A Great Read and we want you to share in the excitement. In the run up to our new websites launch we are launching a massive campaign for all you budding writers…Continue

Started by A Great Read Jul 26, 2011.

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Comment by sumthinblue on January 15, 2014 at 1:39pm

Review of The Adventures of Julius Chancer: The Complete Rainbow Orchid by Garen Ewing

Comment by Diayll N. Sales on January 2, 2014 at 9:01am

Please Join us for the 3rd year of the M/G/V Challenge! You can find all the details below! And don't forget to enter our current giveaways located in the sidebar on the blog.


Any book counts as long as it fits into one of the 3 chosen categories: Manga (all types of comic books are acceptable), Graphic Novels, Video Game Based Novels (Such as books based off of Warhammer, World of Warcraft, HALO, Mass Effect, Dungeons and Dragons, etc).

If you are participating in more than one challenge, books are allowed to cross over into this challenge.

Link-ups will be different this year: Link Up Posts will be posted on January 1st for the months of January-March, April 1st for April-June, July 1st for July-September, October 1st for October-December.


There will be a Mid Challenge Giveaway of a $15 iTunes, Amazon, or B & N Gift Card in July to 2 participants who are actively participating in the challenge!

There will be an End Challenge Giveaway, open Internationally, of a $15 iTunes, Amazon, or B & N Gift Card in July to 2 participants who are actively participating in the challenge!

5 Challenge Levels (Based on Video Game Settings):

Level 1 Arcade Gamer – Casual Player 
Read a total of 12 books (1 for each month).

Level 2 Tomb Raider- Normal Player 
Read a total of 15 – 25 books.

Level 3 Warcraft – Hardcore Player 
Read a total of 25 – 35 books.

Level 4 Call of Duty – Veteran Player 
Read a total of 35 – 45 books.

Level 5 HALO Style – Legendary Player 
Read a total of 45 – 55 books.

We hope to see you there!

Diayll @Mother/Gamer/Writer

Comment by Fuentes on September 3, 2013 at 4:16am


A wacky mix, critical and caustic humour!
Full of caricatures and contemporary references, this comics really surprised me.
The illustrations are not beautiful. However, they are realistic, precise and fit perfectly with the mood and tone of the book.


Comment by Creative Mind on August 2, 2013 at 4:02am

I just reviewed "The Hollows" by Sam Kieth and Chris Ryall

Comment by Creative Mind on June 24, 2013 at 2:12pm
Comment by Creative Mind on May 13, 2013 at 6:09pm

Are you a fan of doctor Who?? Or are you a new one to the series?

Either way you should definately read Doctor Who-The forgotten

Comment by Fuentes on April 21, 2013 at 11:50am


A sumptuous arresting cover. I was immediately call out by this sad and magnetic illustration of a young clown.
Unable to resist, I wanted to discover the world of this awesome Pierrot the Moon.


Comment by BeaCharmed on April 18, 2013 at 9:38am

I reviewed volume two of the graphic novel Alpha and Omega: Cry Wolf

Comment by Creative Mind on April 8, 2013 at 5:11pm

My latest review: The Legend of Zelda- Hyrule Historia

Comment by Fuentes on April 1, 2013 at 10:08am


This first volume gives a very sleek read. The texts are discreet and leave room for graphics. The drawings pictured all the characters' emotions and manage to recreate the harshness of life in the Wild West. As for warm and bright colors, they allow to bring modernity and also enhance landscapes gigantic.

This is a beautiful volume that makes you want to continue the adventures of John Reid.

Of course the fact that a movie with Armie Hammer, in the role of hero, and Johnny Depp, in the role of the Indian, is coming this summer will help reading or rereading the comics.



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