Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman
I don't read comic books anymore (not since I was a teenager) but I do like Neil Gaiman and history so this graphic novel was a good fit for me. The story was interesting. I could see at points where Gaiman was trying to tie things into the Marvel universe. I recognized most characters but will admit that I didn't recognize them all. I read many reviews of this graphic novel, and I have the same gripe as most others do – where the heck is Wolverine? He could've been the perfect character to replace Rojhaz with. Oh well, it was still a fun ride. I will look up the characters I didn't know and re-read again some day. A solid graphic novel, especially for fans of Gaiman and history.
Rating: ★★★★ Book #98 in my My 2019 Reading Challenge