A story told through pictures: graphic novel mini reviews.

Hello dear readers! Today I will be sharing my thoughts about some of the graphic novels I’ve read so far, so sit back, relax and enjoy this post!

#1 Beautiful Creatures: the manga by Kami Garcia

So I read this one a while ago, as far as I remember I liked this one. The art was beautiful and the story was interesting. Not my favorite but still good.

#2 Demon Love Spell by Mayu Shinjo

Okay before I start, you all should know that I am a sucker for romance manga. As for this one in particular, I’m not crazy about the series but I did enjoy it and as per usual it was beautifully drawn. The characters were sweet and the story was just down right hilarious!

#3 The Sculptor by Scott McCloud

Hated it. Disliked it. And did not feel guilty whatsoever about getting rid of it away. Don’t believe me then check out my review here on the blog.

#4 Tokyo Ghoul, volumes 1 and 2 by Sui Ishida

These novels were different and they are some of my favorite ones. I loved the art, the story and the characters. I fell in love with these novels and I’m definitely going to be continuing with the series.

#5 Missions of Love, volumes 1,2,3 and 4 by Ema Toyama 

This is probably my favorite romance series. Yes the title is very cheesy but I fell for this series right after the first volume. I rushed to buy the next few volumes on my Kindle and had the little problem of money not held me back, I would’ve bought and read the whole series in a day.

#6 Death Note, volume 1 by Tsugami Obata 

Very interesting concept, and beautifully drawn with an intriguing plot line. This one is an all time favorite.

#7 Assassination Classroom, volume 1 by Yusei Matsui

LOVED IT!! Funny, action packed, interesting and it pulls you right in. What  more could you ask for? and how many of us have said the line ‘I could just kill that teacher’. Well in this read that’s exactly what happens. A bunch of students are being paid to try and kill their teacher, so we get to live out our fantasies through them! Perfect, right? Right!

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