My review of the the third Avatar graphic novel trilogy collection, in which Toph takes centre stage and Aang grapples with a looming supernatural threat
As we remember the end of WWII, here is why Greg Pak’s exploration of two sides of the conflict is worth a read.
This is it. The big one. The graphic novel collection that answers the question that has haunted Avatar fans since the finale: what happened to Zuko’s mother? Let’s find out if the answer we get can ever live up to all the wild theories we came up with.
I review Mike Mignola’s take on the boy who wishes he were real, with a great foray into Hellboy’s early years
I review the first Library Edition of the graphic novel trilogy which picks up right where the finale of the universally-loved Avatar: The Last Airbender left off. With series’s creators on board, this can only go well, right?