Neil Gaiman


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: How to Talk to Girls at Parties

How to Talk to Girls at Parties As the classic, stereotypical shy introvert, parties are generally about as appealing to me as going to the dentist. Unless I know a significant portion of the guests well, parties just mean sitting in a corner, sipping alcohol and wishing I was less […]


Graphic Reviews: Death

Death: The Deluxe Edition No matter who you are or how tough you may consider yourself, everyone fears something. For some people, it’s spiders. For others, it’s heights. The list of the things humanity fears is mindbogglingly long. Perhaps one of the oldest and most pervasive (unsurprisingly) is thanatophobia, or […]


Graphic Reviews: The Sandman

Awhile back, almost a year ago in fact, I talked about a little book called The Sandman: Overture here on Graphic Reviews. Turns out, I wasn’t the only one who immensely enjoyed it! This year, Overture won the Hugo award for Best Graphic Story. For those unfamiliar with the Hugo […]


Graphic Reviews: Black Orchid

Black Orchid One of the most essential elements of graphic novels is the collaboration between writing and art, whether one person fills those roles or several. You can have great writing or great artwork and still have it result in an entertaining story. But stories that are woven so that […]


Graphic Reviews: Sandman Overture

Sandman Overture As is the case for most of us who celebrate the holiday, Thanksgiving means one word to me: family. Whether it’s the family given to you by blood or the family you’ve chosen for yourself, today is the day for being thankful for those you love. So it […]