Book Review: Step Aside, Pops by Kate Beaton

sapStep Aside, Pops by Kate Beaton
Series: Hark! A Vagrant #2
Published: 2015
Genre: Graphic Novel
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 168
Source: Library
Dates Read: February 3-7, 2019
Grade: A-
Synopsis: Cartoonist Kate Beaton returns with all-new sidesplitting comics that showcase her irreverent love of history, pop culture, and literature. Collected from her wildly popular website, readers will guffaw over “Strong Female Characters,” the wicked yet chivalrous Black Prince, “Straw Feminists in the Closet,” and a disgruntled Heathcliff. Delight in what the internet has long known—Beaton’s humour is as sharp and dangerous as a velocipedestrienne, so watch out!

REVIEW

Just like the first book, this one was great. I especially liked the comics with the Founding Fathers. There’s just something about putting historical figures into comic strips that really speaks to me.

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