Reviews / (Comic) Books

Dokus De Leerling #21 On-ver-be-ter-lijk! – Comic Book Review

Dokus De Leerling #21 On-ver-be-ter-lijk! – Comic Book Review

Cribbing a test, we’ve all been there. Some of us may have done it more than others, but let’s be honest, nobody is without guilt. Of course, the obvious way to pass a test is to study, but it tak... Read More »

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7.9
Jommeke #276 De Onderwatertoerist –  Comic Book Review

Jommeke #276 De Onderwatertoerist – Comic Book Review

Two best friends, a talking parrot and an extraordinarily gifted, but oh so confused professor, that’s Jef Nys’ formula for success. Jommeke (Jeremy), Filiberke, Flip and professor Gobelijn have b... Read More »

Site Score
7.6
Yoko Tsuno #27 Khany’s Geheim – Comic Book Review

Yoko Tsuno #27 Khany’s Geheim – Comic Book Review

In 1972 the first Yoko Tsuno album was released. The series depicted a young Asian woman, named Yoko, who was essentially a jack-of-all-trades, as she was well versed in different languages,  combat ... Read More »

Site Score
8.3
Heroveringen #3 Het Bloed van de Scythen – Comic Book Review

Heroveringen #3 Het Bloed van de Scythen – Comic Book Review

The word ‘horde’ is commonly associated with a massive amount of insects, usually plaguing the lands. But What if you replace insects with different tribes, making it a force to be reckoned with. ... Read More »

Site Score
8.2
Barracuda #5 Kannibalen – Comic Book Review

Barracuda #5 Kannibalen – Comic Book Review

Avast mateys! Let’s toss aside all the pleasantries and polite behavior, raise the sails and head out to the open sea. The Barracuda is both the name of the series, as well as the ship that is the e... Read More »

Site Score
8.0
Gloria Victis #1 De Zonen van Apollo – Comic Book Review

Gloria Victis #1 De Zonen van Apollo – Comic Book Review

Even now, the Roman Empire might still be known as one of the biggest and most superior empires that has ever existed, and this is probably why there are so many movies, series and books about it. The... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
The Mystery of the Griefer’s Mark: An Unofficial Gamer’s Adventure, Book Two – Book Review

The Mystery of the Griefer’s Mark: An Unofficial Gamer’s Adventure, Book Two – Book Review

It has not been long since the kindhearted Steve, the protagonist of Winter Morgan’s Minecraft novels, went on an adventure to save his village. He had to overcome many fears but also learned that w... Read More »

Site Score
8.0
Suske en Wiske Dubbeldik – Comic Book Review

Suske en Wiske Dubbeldik – Comic Book Review

This summer, Standaard Uitgeverij treats us to a big Suske and Wiske summer issue, ‘Dubbeldik’ (twice as thick). This name already suggests twice as much fun, but it gets even better: there are no... Read More »

Site Score
7.7
Suske en Wiske # 330 De Fabuleuze Freak – Comic Book Review

Suske en Wiske # 330 De Fabuleuze Freak – Comic Book Review

In this new album, it’s not Suske and Wiske, but Jerom who takes the lead. What starts off as an ordinary domestic quarrel, ends with Jerom feeling let down by his friends and taking a job in a circ... Read More »

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8.1
De Smurfen: 100 Smurfmopjes om zelf te lezen – Comic Book Review

De Smurfen: 100 Smurfmopjes om zelf te lezen – Comic Book Review

The Smurfs (De Smurfen or Les Schtroumpfs) saw the light in 1958, thanks to the creativity of Peyo (Pierre Culliford). After more than fifty years The Smurfs are still going at it, be it in illustrate... Read More »

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7.0
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