Son of Batman Review

Son of Batman \ Image: Amazon

Dakster checks out DC Comics’ newest animated movie, Son of Batman, and figures out if it’s worth watching or picking up the book instead.

Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong


I have to admit, when I was sent a review copy of Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, a YA graphic novel by Prudence Shen and illustrated by Faith Erin Hicks, I wasn’t as excited as I could be. In Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong Hicks was only doing the art.
But I should have trusted that Hicks wouldn’t collaborate on something unless it was worth her mad skills. I, and my two teens, very much enjoyed it. Amusing dialogue, great art (duh), and characters that have fun with their stereotypes, tossing or flaunting them at a whim.

Family Pets — All Digital & Kid Friendly by Zenescope

Family Pets \ Image: Zenescope

Zenescope has books appropriate for children? Who knew? Not me that’s for sure. When I think Zenescope I think sexy grimms girls or Robyn Hood and her bow and arrow. Family Pets is the latest to come from Zenescope, by Robyn Hood writer Patrick Shand and artwork by Sarah Dill.