Prison Island

prison

Adolescence can sometimes feel like a prison. You can’t come and go as you please; your options for food, meal times, and entertainment are restricted; and you have little choice over the people with whom you associate in your daily…

The Nameless City, vol. 1

The Nameless City

Canadian cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks’ first foray into historical fiction, begins quietly enough: Kaidu, a young Dao boy, has just arrived at The Nameless City, so called because it is routinely conquered by surrounding nations, every one of whom give…

Midas Flesh, vol. 2

MIdas Flesh 2

Midas Flesh, vol. 2 picks right up with chapter five with no explanation of what occurred previously, so it’s a little unclear what is going on. Reading the blurb on the back, we learn that “Joey and her space crew have…