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The Neil Gaiman Chapter

Neil Gaiman writes dark, horrid fairytales that suit my dark, horrid interests and because of our similar tastes of dark and horrid elements, it’s no mystery how I came to adore Gaiman and his novels, thus, beginning my little mission to read nothing but his books this past months, resulting to dark and horrid feelings that I hope does not affect my dark-less and horrid-less life. 814 more words

Children's Books

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Characters Who Should Be My BFF

This week, The Broke and the Bookish is asking for the Top Ten Characters Who (X) – and I chose Top Ten Characters Who Should Be My BFF. 223 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

MONDO To Release Coraline Poster By Tom Whalen On April 22, 2014

Today MONDO will release a Coraline poster by Tom Whalen. Please follow MONDO on Twitter for the on sale announcement. The poster will be available online at a random time on Tuesday April 22, 2014. 12 more words

Movies

GRAPHIC NOVELS YOU SHOULD READ/SHOULD BE MADE INTO MOVIES RIGHT-FREAKING-NOW...

GRAPHIC NOVELS YOU SHOULD READ/SHOULD BE MADE INTO MOVIES RIGHT-FREAKING-NOW…

#28 ANYA’S GHOST by VERA BROSGOL

I first came across Brosgol’s work on the animated movie Coraline- a dark Burton-esque nightmare tale which really caught my interest both visually and narratively. 474 more words

Feature

Book Review- Coraline

Name: Coraline

Author: Neil Gaiman

Genre: Young-Adult, Fantasy, Horror

Publication Date: 20th December 2008

Synopsis:  “When Coraline explores her home, she steps through a door into a house just like her own… except that it’s different. 327 more words

Books

Film reviews: Coraline

Henry Selick is by far one of my favourite directors despite him having so few films. In the industry he is the go to man for stop-motion animation using puppets. 674 more words

Jodie Paterson