Amelia Rules


Review: 'Amelia Rules' bids teaful farewell; 'Bigfoot Boy' barrels in

It’s an ending and a beginning this week from two Geek Watch favorites in the world of all-ages comics. First, Jimmy Gownley’s “Amelia Rules” series from Simon and Schuster wraps up with “Her Permanent Record,” as Amelia McBride deals with viral video fame and must hit the road to find her AWOL rockstar aunt. If … Continue Reading →

Review: New 'Amelia Rules,' 'Power Lunch,' 'Sketch Monsters' pack punch

October is shaping up to be a good month for all-ages books. Here’s a look at a few noteworthy titles: “Amelia Rules: The Meaning of Life … and Other Stuff” by Jimmy Gownley (Simon and Schuster) — Last we visited Amelia, I was a little down on this awesome all-ages series for being, well, a … Continue Reading →

Review: New 'Amelia Rules' raises big questions too early

Amelia is growing up, and I don’t know how I feel about that. While still heavily infused with a touch of whimsy, Jimmy Gownley’s latest “Amelia Rules” adventure “True Things (Adults Don’t Want Kids to Know)” is tinged with melancholy and definitely takes our heroine down a more serious road. Amelia is turning the ripe, … Continue Reading →