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10 Graphic Novels to Get You Started in the Genre

Comic books and, by extension, graphic novels (long-form comic books) were at one time the domain of the great unwashed. They were populated only by the geeks, the nerds, the weirdos, and outcasts. It...

REVIEW: Vampire: The Masquerade: Winter’s Teeth #10

Vampire: The Masquerade: Winter’s Teeth #10 is the end of the second arc of the comic as well as perhaps the series. Despite my hopes that this would prove to be an ongoing series,...

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An Interview With Kevin Hearne

Today we are talking to New York Times bestselling author, Kevin Herne. Herne is the author of multiple fantasy series, The Iron Druid Chronicles, The Seven Kennings, and Ink & Sigil. He also often...

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An Interview with Peter V. Brett

For me as a reader, there are books and authors such as Peter V. Brett that have made a lasting impression on me. Ones that I consider to be gateway drugs for lack of...

REVIEW: Watchmen

Watchmen is an nine-episode adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ genre-defining graphic novel that was once viewed as being impossible to adapt for tv or film. Following on from the story finished in...

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An Interview With Andy Weir

Author Andy Weir, known for his huge breakout hit The Martian, is back again with another brilliant science fiction story called Project Hail Mary. In this story, the world is faced with collapse and...

Dragonlance: Where to Start Reading

Dragonlance is one of those series that every fantasy lover should read at least once. It was my gateway to fantasy, and I have an abiding love for the world of Krynn and its...

REVIEW: The Boys Season 1

The Boys Season 1 is an eight-episode superhero series from Amazon Prime. Adapted from the dark, funny, and at times repulsive graphic novels by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, The Boys S1 manages to...

REVIEW: The Tangleroot Palace by Marjorie Liu

The Tangleroot Palace is the new, debut short story collection from multi-award winning author Marjorie Liu, who is best know for her Monstress graphic novel series. It comprises six short stories and a novella,...

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REVIEW: Slaughterhouse-Five, or the Children’s Crusade by Ryan North (adaptor), Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Albert Monteys (Illustrations)

Kurt Vonnegut is one of the American masters. Wry, tragicomic, simple yet constantly evocative. There are reasons for his enduring popularity, and reasons to be worried when posthumous adaptations such as Slaughterhouse Five are announced....