Review: The Sandman Act III by Dirk Maggs and Neil Gaiman

This adaptation contains the stories from volumes 6-8 of The Sandman comics.  This was another great adaptation of this series. I enjoyed the graphic novels of these three volumes but the audiobook really brings the character to life, especially with this great cast of people to voice the characters.  This volume contains The Story of … More Review: The Sandman Act III by Dirk Maggs and Neil Gaiman

ARC Review: Tear Down the Throne by Jennifer Estep

This book picks up a few weeks after the previous book ended. Gemma Ripley, Princess of Andvari, is still struggling with PTSD from her torture by the Morricone’s even if she can’t show it. She is still determined to find answers which leads her to the trade summit between the various kingdoms.  This was a … More ARC Review: Tear Down the Throne by Jennifer Estep

Review: The Beauty of Being a Beast by Jennifer Estep

“There was a beauty, a freedom, in being a beast.” Lady Griselle Mottern is cursed into a wolflike beast because of the misdeeds of her ancestors. With only a few days left to break the curse, Griselle finds fighting to save the village from raiders.  I really loved this short story. This was a great … More Review: The Beauty of Being a Beast by Jennifer Estep

Review: Rasputin: The Voice of the Dragon by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson

This story begins during WWII, before Hellboy arrives, with Trevor Bruttenholm who is working for Britain’s Military Intelligence. Following a trail of strange messages he finds himself against animated corpse, Nazi agents, and Rasputin, who has returned from the dead.  This was interesting because it was in the early days of Trevor’s occult career. He … More Review: Rasputin: The Voice of the Dragon by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson

Review: Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1956 by Mike Mignola

This volume is basically a prequel to the main B.P.R.D. storyline, which most people end up reading first. The focus of this volume is one the expansion of the B.R.P.D. personnel, Professor Bruttenhom’s personal investigation of military activities, the introduction of the Colorado base, and Varvara’s capture.  While Hellboy is featured on this cover, he … More Review: Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1956 by Mike Mignola

Review: Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1955 by Mike Mignola

In this volume, Hellboy deals with demons, giant creatures, spontaneous human combustion, and a weapon at an Air Force base.  This was another great collection of Hellboy stories. I am really enjoying these early stories of Hellboy and his B.P.R.D. team. I really enjoy Agent Woodrow “Woody” Farrier and his determination to encounter a cryptid. … More Review: Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1955 by Mike Mignola

Review: Princess Princess Ever After by Kay O’Neill

When princess Amira rescues the kind-hearted Sadie from her prison tower, she finds a beautiful friend and partner.  They have to work together to stop a rampaging troll, bring down a jealous sorceress, and save a kingdom.  This was an adorable story. Kay O’Neill really writes beautiful graphic novels. Sadie and Amira’s adventures were filled … More Review: Princess Princess Ever After by Kay O’Neill

Review: Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1952-1954 by Mike Mignola

With this series we jump back in time to Hellboy’s early cases working with the B.P.R.D. These cases take place between 1952 and 1954 and are all little mini stories with Hellboy and the first group of agents he worked with. This was a great collection. I really enjoyed seeing a young and inexperienced Hellboy … More Review: Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1952-1954 by Mike Mignola