Embroideries (Review)

Just as I have been each time that I’ve read Persepolis, I was impressed yet again by Satrapi’s storytelling ability. In Embroideries, she introduces the reader to a variety of women all in one room together. The reader gets to see not only the individual personalities of these women, but also the ways in which they interact.

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Chicagoland Detective Agency: The Drained Brains Caper (Review)

A few months back, I was perusing the new titles available on NetGalley, and spotted The Drained Brains Caper. The description looked interesting, and I’ve been wanting to read some lower-grade graphic fiction, so I thought I’d give it a go.

I wasn’t all that impressed with this volume, though.

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