In this episode: PLOT TWIST. Also, I should have known. Let’s discuss Bad Blood. Note: This review will contain spoilers.
In this episode, Natasha learns something interesting, and the emotional gloves come off. I’m here for all of it. Let’s discuss Bad Blood. Note: This review will contain spoilers!
In this episode, new information leads to more questions – and someone manages to get the drop on the Black Widow?! Let’s discuss Bad Blood. NOTE: This review will contain spoilers!
In this episode, the Black Widow reaches the VECTOR Institute – but she finds more than she expected to… Let’s discuss Bad Blood. NOTE: This review will contain spoilers!
This month I finally got to take some time off, and it led to a deeply satisfying – and very rewarding! – uptick in my reading progress. Let’s look at what I read – and more!
In this episode, Natasha starts to put some puzzle pieces together. Meanwhile, Barnes continues being evasive… Let’s discuss Bad Blood. NOTE: This review contains spoilers!
In this episode, the Black Widow goes looking for an old … acquaintance? Ally? Friend? There’s also a dog, and everything about this gives me feelings. Let’s discuss Bad Blood. NOTE: This review will contain spoilers!
In this episode, Natasha goes to an ally for help to figure out what was done to her – but naturally, the answer only leaves more questions… Let’s discuss Bad Blood. NOTE: This review will contain spoilers for the story/episode being discussed.
The serial reviews have returned! This time out, I am diving into the world of serialised Marvel universe fiction, and I jumped at the opportunity to read a standalone story about Natasha Romanoff, AKA Black Widow. I mean, come on. She was the coolest Avenger (barring, perhaps, Steve Rogers) in the MCU – but I always wanted to know more about her, and the volume of comics/graphic novel material out there was always intimidatingly dense to me. But this? Bitesize …
It’s time to turn on the lights in the library and find a space on a shelf, because today I am talking about a book that has, curiously, taken up quite a bit of space in my mind since I read it. That book is Love Bites by Ry Herman, a queer romantic comedy published by Jo Fletcher Books and provided to me in ARC form for a review (thanks, guys!) as part of their blog tour. What do I …