Review: The Baker Street Peculiars comic

The Baker Street Peculiars
Title: The Baker Street Peculiars

Author: Roger Langridge

Publishing House: BOOM! Comics

Genre: Comic Book, graphic novel, Middle Grade, Mystery, childrens, Sherlock era

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Grumpy Cat, Volume 1 comic book review

Grumpy Cat, Volume 1 photo cover80319-medium_zpsiseakurn.pngTitle: Grumpy Cat, Volume 1
Author: Ben McCool

Publisher: Diamond Book Distributors / Dynamite Entertainment

Note: The cover on the left is Netgalley’s/Amazon and the other is from GoodReads.


Blurb: Dynamite proudly presents the comic book misadventures of Grumpy Cat, featuring “The World’s Grumpiest Cat” and her brother, Pokey! With her ever-present pout and sassy disposition, Grumpy Cat has won the hearts of people everywhere. Now, her unbearable cuteness and infectious sourpuss are featured in an all-new, all-sensational collection of comic stories, sure to make fans of all ages laugh! If you love the memes, the videos, and that irresistible scowl, then get ready for the wildly fun antics of Grumpy Cat and Pokey!

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The Mutts Winter Diaries – Quick thoughts

Pretty funny to read all The Mutts winter comic strips in one place while it’s so hot outside. Great read for those who love Mutts and other comic strips! It’s nice to see full color in most of these. All of these strips are pretty funny to read. Love the fact it give info about animals/wildlife & rescues.
Only downsides are when I read the long ones the page doesn’t rotate since the strip is on it’s side. I’m not exactly sure about “spooning” for any younger readers if they ask a adult what that means.

Also posted on NetGalley

I do not make money off these reviews, just doing honest reviews and thoughts as a bookworm who loves to read.