This week in the Information Store, we’re celebrating graphic novels and manga, so what better film to review than one of the most stylish and edgy graphic novel adaptations ever? Advertisements
Noirwich, Norwich’s festival of crime writing, is back this week. If you prefer stylish spies to dark detectives or canny old ladies, we recommend SilverFin, the first in a new series of books about a certain Mr Bond.
The Avengers, The Justice League, Suicide Squad, Fantastic Four…superhero teams seem to be everywhere these days! Their battles look impressive on screen, but insurance experts estimate that the fight between Superman and Zod in Man of Steel was more destructive than a nuclear bomb, with over 1 million civilians injured, 250,000 missing, and 129,000 dead!… Continue reading Book Review: Watchmen
Eleanor has read this QUICK READ as part of the Six Book Challenge. For the Six Book Challenge, I challenged myself to read books entirely from the QUICK READS and EXPRESS FICTION sections of the Information Store. My second Six Book Challenge book is the graphic novel Ultimate Fantastic Four by Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Millar (QUICK READS… Continue reading Book Review: Ultimate Fantastic Four
This Hallowe’en, if you’re tired of Twilight and allergic to angst, go back a century or so and read Bram Stoker’s gothic horror novel Dracula. Advertisements