Mystery and romance, attractive artwork, and well developed characters make Lizzie Newton: Victorian Mysteries a highly entertaining read.
Posts Tagged ‘historical’
Sakuran is a great period piece that deserves high praise. A realistic glimpse into the life of an orphaned courtesan.
While I thought the premise of Olympos was interesting enough to delve into, I found the plot rather boring. Nice artwork was my consolation prize.
A fantasy set in nineteenth century Great Britain, The Earl and the Fairy delivers an intriguing new romance that foretells of epic adventures to come.
The Exile is Gabaldon’s attempt to ride the graphic novel bandwagon with mixed results.
NG Life transforms from a gender-bender situational comedy into a more dramatic, emotional tale of identity that seduces female readers with a sensitive if some-what dense male protagonist.
Elements of historical romance and fantasy along with the name of Tanemura will bring many shojo fans flocking to the shelves for this series.