Cait Roberts


Graphic Reviews: Heavy Liquid

Heavy Liquid While reading graphic novels has less of a stigma than it used to, I’ve learned to use my position as a person who works in libraries to advocate for graphic novels. This means making sure that I’m always reading new ones and catching up on any classics that […]


Graphic Reviews: The Last Unicorn

The Last Unicorn Many of us have stories that we read as children which stick with us many years later. For some people, that’s the Hobbit, for others it’s Alice in Wonderland. For many though, it’s the Last Unicorn. I’m honestly not sure how a kid as in love with […]


Graphic Reviews: The Damned

The Damned In a follow-up to last week’s magic-oriented pick, I decided this week to take a look at a series by one of my favorite creative teams: The Damned. Rather than wizards and fantasy magic at play, this time we get a new take on both the infernal and […]


Graphic Reviews: Curse Words 2

Curse Words Since I was a kid, I’ve always been fascinated by magic. I mean, what’s not to love about wizards and witches and dragons and all of the awesomeness involved with the fantasy genre? But since I’ve been reading in that genre for most of my life, it’s also […]


Graphic Reviews: Oyster War

Oyster War Awhile back, I was able to attend the Midwinter conference of the American Library Association and was lucky enough to pick up quite a few books from publishers, both graphic novels and other formats. I have to admit that I made getting free books more of a priority […]


Graphic Reviews: Animosity

Animosity   Throughout my childhood, any time someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I always had my answer. I have always loved animals and grew up with an assortment of animals that fostered that love. Until I hit my first biology class in high […]


Graphic Reviews: Delilah Dirk

Delilah Dirk Hello again, everyone! First of all, my deepest apologies for the unannounced hiatus from Graphic Reviews. Between life and graduate school, I was feeling a bit overwhelmed and just couldn’t fit Graphic Reviews in. However, now I am finally ALMOST done with school, so I have returned! And […]


Graphic Reviews: Harrow County

Harrow County Since I started my month of horror comics a bit late, I’ll be extending this binge read a bit longer than October. That month went by entirely too quickly! This week, I’m taking a look at Harrow County, a new series published by Dark Horse Comics which features […]


Graphic Reviews: Little Nightmares

Little Nightmares As the nights start getting longer in the gradual transition from fall to winter, October is often a month of increasing cold and darkness. It’s little surprise that with Halloween at the tail end of it, October is the month for scares and nightmares. Some of the scariest […]


Graphic Reviews: Kill or Be Killed

Kill or Be Killed For the second week of my October-inspired horror comics binge, I decided to go with the vigilante murder of one of Image Comics’ new series: Kill or Be Killed. As a lifelong fan of the hero vigilante Batman, I’m no stranger to the idea of someone […]