Hi. It’s been awhile for new material on my blog. I have been a way dealing with mental health issues. Plus two important people in my family passed away last year. It’s been difficult to grieve there losses since they passed away a week a part from each other. Plus I have been dealing with assortment of medical issues myself which has taken a lot of energy and time. I finally got a diagnosis of what is causing my pain and migraines. I have a CSF leak related migraine disease. It is rare. Which means I am a zebra. So that’s why I stepped away since 2018. So hold on with me, I will be getting you proper chronic potato queen writer out there soon. I am just a sloth. Enjoy my recommendation review for Andy Biersack’s/Black’s graphic novel “The Ghost of Ohio”.
I completely deleted my draft review for Andy Black’s “Ghost of Ohio” graphic novel. Simply because I am very meticulous and OCD when it comes to writing reviews. I realize that people have not been able to read this graphic novel. It’s simply unfair for me to spoil it for the next person who has not been able to read it. I am not a party pooper and don’t believe in spoiling alerting anyone. Not my style. So I deleted my entire review for a recommendation review.
So I am going to a recommendation of this graphic novel. I give it a 12/10. I hope there’s a follow up to this graphic novel cause it’s a intriguing and intense graphic novel that is based on the unsung hero.
Here are two fan accounts of what they thought about “Ghost of Ohio”
‘The Ghost of Ohio’ graphic novel is not your typical ghost story. It is gripping from beginning to end. The art is superb. The story is original. Andy Biersack takes you directly from left field with his first graphic novel. – Meagan Burton(Twitter @MeganB89713323
The novel is amazing and left me wanting a 2nd instalment! -Lindsey Simmons (Twitter @Lindsey0918023)
The “Ghost of Ohio” graphic novel is written by, Andy Biersack, Scott Tuft, and Eryk Donovan.
In my opinion, this graphic novel is very well done. Easy to read even to those who are visually impaired like I am. I would love to see a second follow up as well when the time is right in Andy’s corner. But since BVB is now revived we will have to wait a bit longer for a second follow up which is very understanding. But this graphic novel follows a long side the feel of elements of “The Ghost of Ohio” album. Which is another thing to check out. I am working on a review on that as well. Thank you so much for hanging in there with me.
This recommendation review is written by Mariah Hanna aka Chronic Potato Queen Writer (@PotatoBVBQueen)
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Written on July 5th,2020.