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Sargar114
Strange Planet | Nathan W. Pyle
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Guilty 🙋🏼‍♀️

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KristiAhlers
Saga Vol. 7 | Brian K. Vaughan
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Pickpick

I‘m loving this story! This is a fast paced graphic novel part sci-fi and fantasy. I‘m ready to dive into Vol 8 next. I can‘t recommend this enough!

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Buchbeeg
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Pickpick

I don't read comics or graphic novels very often so I'm not very well qualified to review them but I sure do love me some Squirrel Girl!

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kwmg40
Die Vol. 4: Bleed | Kieron Gillen
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Pickpick

This nominee for the 2022 Hugo Best Graphic Story award is the 4th and final volume of the Die series. The story, which plays with RPG concepts, is not easy to follow. However, this final volume explains a number of things that had me mystified in the earlier books and provides a satisfactory conclusion.
#hugo2022 #hugoawards

#BookSpinBingo @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 14h
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ElizaMarie
Sensor | Junji Ito
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Gonna try to work on this #GraphicNovel I feel like if I can focus on different panels it might be easier to read than just looking at words. (It will help me ease into “reading”)

#JustAnotherGraphicMonday
@Bookworm54 @AkashaVampie @AsYouWish @jb72

jb72 I‘m hoping to start 16h
ElizaMarie @jb72 ooo let me know how that one is :) 15h
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Sempernox
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Pickpick

Morpheus, the lord of dreams, is back to his full power. However, a new menace threatens his dream world and all the dreamers‘ safety. Can Morpheus figure out where, and who, this vortex is? An enthralling continuation of the Sandman saga.

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booklover3258
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Pickpick

My review of this book can be found on my YouTube Vlog at:

https://youtu.be/n2ohKMIXXi4

Enjoy!

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The_Book_Ninja
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Mehso-so

This was never available when I was a kid. I always wondered who Chang was in Tintin in Tibet. He was based on Hergé‘s real life friend. One who made him reflect on his ignorance of other cultures and represent them more respectfully. The artwork is still unquestionably exquisite but the story is a mess and stereotypes are still evident. Props for doing better but it‘s a shame Hergé didn‘t have an African friend when he wrote Tintin In the Congo.

Bookwomble Congo is unreadable! America is only marginally better. I think he started on an upward trajectory from there 📈 23h
The_Book_Ninja My mission was to read every Tintin in order before the end of ‘22….I‘m a slow reader and running out of year! Broken Ear is next. Haven‘t read it since I was a kid but remember it as my favourite. Fingers crossed it‘s still as good as I remember 21h
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MoniqueReads305
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I think I'm finally coming out of my reading slump. Making myself just pick up a book and read each day makes me look forward to my next reading session. I'm also back to reading comics. It's been nice to get back into The Walking Dead, especially since Nagan is a well done villain.

#weeklyreadingreport

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Dilara
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Why did I borrow this compendium of first-world problems? If you like reading about a Louboutin-obsessed young Parisian mum with impossibly long legs and not a real care in the world, this is the comic book for you...

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