Harley Quinn: Mad Love

There’s actually a great backstory to the eccentric nature of one of DC’s most beloved characters, Harley Quinn. In Harley Quinn: Mad Love, Paul Dini and Pat Cadigan take us through the formative years of Harleen Quinzel’s life. From the very onset of her childhood, she develops a sense of aversion to authority figures andContinue reading “Harley Quinn: Mad Love”

Book Review — The Soldier Prince by Aarti V. Raman

In The Soldier Prince, we come to read about Prince Alexander Heinrickson of the Royal House of Stellangard, who is not in the least bit interested in putting on the princely attire and carrying out the duties of the royal family. The loss of a loved one pushes him to swap that life for one in theContinue reading “Book Review — The Soldier Prince by Aarti V. Raman”

Book Review — Alex + Ada Volume 2 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn

The second volume of Alex + Ada picks up after Ada has been made sentient. Now that they’ve crossed over to dangerous territories, they must always watch their backs lest the government authorities catch them. For a while, life seems to be going at a steady pace. But then neighbors begin to notice Ada andContinue reading “Book Review — Alex + Ada Volume 2 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn”

Windsurfer.

A messenger, as it, would bring a little love in a lot of trinkets. Carried by the wind, reminding others of their dormant zest. Eliciting a giggle with every fluttering hem, Or a rejoicing sway during the night wandering. Do you feel it too? This caress of the windsurfer – driven & happy. One with the air,Continue reading “Windsurfer.”

Korean Drama Review — The King 2 Hearts

Disclaimer – All images courtesy of Google.  The King 2 Hearts is a political drama that brings together the lives of multiple North and South Korean officials who train together to compete as a single unit in the World Officers Championship. Lee Jae Ha is the prince of South Korea, the next in line after hisContinue reading “Korean Drama Review — The King 2 Hearts”