Tag Archives: graphic novels

Review: Aster and the Accidental Magic by Thom Pico

ASTER AND THE ACCIDENTAL MAGIC by Thom Pico and illustrated by Karensac is a fanciful, plucky graphic novel. Aster, the main character, is a likable protagonist whose rambles through adventures ensures readers will pay attention. Laced with magical villains and … Continue reading

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Review: This Was Our Pact

THIS WAS OUR PACT by Ryan Andrews is a fanciful graphic novel that starts out as a standard coming-of-age story of boys on bikes in the wilderness. It then suddenly veers into magical realism that is at once bizarre and … Continue reading

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Watchung Booksellers: Space for Graphic Novels

I’ve been making more trips to Watchung Booksellers since I joined a book club.  Since I am a strident brick and mortar supporter – especially when it comes to book stores – I love to go to the store itself. … Continue reading

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