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On the Shelf: @DarkHorseComics Moby Dick (Graphic Novel) by Chabouté

Raise your hand if you’ve read the novel Moby Dick by Melville and got lost three pages in. Yup, that’s me too. Maybe this was because someone was reading it out loud to me, but let’s admit, Moby Dick is one intense classic. Even though the style of writing is beautiful and poetic, there’s just a lot of words, and for a reader like me who has a pretty short attention span, lots of wordy scenes that don’t necessarily make sense as soon as my eyes []

On the Shelf: Review of @DarkHorseComics Troll Bridge by Neil Gaiman

This week’s comic review list included, to my pleasant surprise, a lengthy comic book by Neil Gaiman, titled “Troll Bridge.” One look at the art, and I saw a unique story, lacking the usual superheros, dialog bubbles, and SMASH texts. I decided to give it a try. At the end, I felt slightly disoriented. Perhaps the story had pulled me in more than I usually let a comic book, with an ending that was so strange, unique, and unexpected, that it left me with []