<em>The Return of Zita</em> Wins

The final book in Zita the Spacegirl is out, and she's unstoppable! (With the help of a lovable cast of friends, of course.)

<em>This One Summer</em>: Beauty In Realism

This One Summer is a new graphic novel by Mariko and Jillian Tamaki. It is a YA book that transcends the genre into where most adult novelists wish they could go: honest and nuanced characters in that familiar world ...

I wasn't aware of Ava's Demon until it showed up on my doorstep. It captured my attention so quickly and fully that I knew I had to share it with you.

<em>The Cute Girl Network</em>: Interview!

An interview with the creators of The Cute Girl Network, a new romantic comedy graphic novel. Skater chic Jane has to choose between her new boyfriend Jack, and the terrible stories of The Cute Girl Network.

Delilah Dirk: Swashbuckling Heroine

There is a new swashbuckling adventurer on the literary scene, and her name is Delilah Dirk. Read an interview with Tony Cliff, the creator of Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant.

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 ...

Red Handed: The Fine Art of Strange Crimes

There are some books I read more than once. Mystery novels are not part of that group. I already know who "did" it, so that's that. With Matt Kindt's graphic novel Red Handed: The Fine Art of Strange Crimes. I've ...

Relying on seductive art to draw in your audience is akin to a comedian swearing. It doesn’t take skill to get a reaction. There have been several recent posts GeekMom and elsewhere about the sexualization of ...

My twelve-year-old son finished Americus and said, “This is a good book.” I’m always annoyed to read the list of “banned” books in American schools and libraries. It’s one thing for a parent to decide ...