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AlizaApp
Boys Weekend | Mattie Lubchansky
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Pickpick

In this fun graphic novel set in the future, a non-binary person on a bachelor weekend must contend with a group of former friends who can‘t get their pronouns right, and also a mysterious murder cult.

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julieclair
Spinning | Tillie Walden
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My #BookSpin list for March. I'm excited about every book on it!
@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! Oh I love Heidi, too!! now
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TieDyeDude
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I love Joel Christian Gill's work, but this just didn't do it for me. It felt like an adaptation from someone way too familiar with the source material; there wasn't a good flow, and it felt like things were glossed over. I would be interested in reading the original text, but I had a hard time with this version.

dabbe #hailthebail! 🤩🤩🤩 16h
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UwannaPublishme
Spinning | Tillie Walden
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Here‘s my #BookSpin list for March…with a little more humor and some new memoirs.🤓📚
Let the games begin! 🎰
Hugs to our amazing host @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! ❤ ❤ ❤ 23h
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AroundTheBookWorld
Batman - Hush | Jeph Loeb
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The story depicts a mysterious stalker called Hush who seems intent on sabotaging Batman from afar, and it includes many guest appearances by Batman's villains, as well as various members of the Batman Family and Batman's close ally Superman. It also explores the romantic potential between Batman and Catwoman.
#BatmanHush #JephLoeb #JimLee #book #books #Comics #GraphicNovels #Batman #DCComics #ComicBook #GraphicNovelsComics #Fiction #Superheroes

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ElizaMarie
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My February Graphic Novel #WrapUp
#NotAnotherGraphicMonday

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Robotswithpersonality
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That was wonderful. I mean, dire circumstances, piles o' violence, to be sure, but I rarely see Batman go international, so the travel aspect, the introduction to European allies was entertaining. I barely knew of Squire and Knight, and I guess maybe Henri Ducard hasn't always been an ally? But he's new to me too.
I loved finding out more Batman backstory, his history with Ducard. 1/?

Robotswithpersonality The dichotomy of antagonists in white Batman suits doing the dastardly deeds, while Batman is in his standard black doing his best to defuse the situation. Just the fact that he's older, I mean, this story including mentions/references to the currently canon loss of a certain family member which is poignant (and also I hate it 😭); it presents a different view of the Batman character, having lived through that much more. 2/3
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Robotswithpersonality The talking about who he's saved, who he can ask for help, that he SHOULD ask for help. The parallels in choosing to kill or not to kill, and why.
Some core parts of Batman's motivation/existence, I suppose it should get old, but I always like returning to it. Being reminded of the lines a hero won't cross, (especially after reading the first Injustice series) is comforting. 3/3
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Robotswithpersonality
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Someone needs to tell Batman this once a DAY.

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Robotswithpersonality
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Pickpick

Feels like the start of a second big story arc, promising violence and consequences, with the hope of HEA, much like the last one! Glad to spend more time with Snow, Bigby and the kids. I wonder if the letter answering interlude was the writer and artists taking a breath before the chaos begins anew.

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ElizaMarie
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My #FebruaryPick for my #BookBracket2024 graphic novel bracket 🩷 #NotAnotherGraphicMonday