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My Reading Renaissance (& Whom to Blame)

When I was a kid, I was a reader. No, a Reader. Capital R. I read voraciously. I started before kindergarten, reading these weird Dick and Jane ripoffs that had a little girl, a little boy, and a dog. 1,152 more words

Fangirl

The New Year's 52: Adventure Comics

In the course of talking to comic creators this year, I started to think about their unique talents and what I think they would be best suited to.  1,707 more words

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Audio from The Severed Streets by Paul Cornell

Recently, I received an email from someone at Audible.com:

I saw your great review of THE SEVERED STREETS and I wanted to make sure that you are aware that the book is also available as an audiobook from Audible Studios.

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Fiction

Forget Star Wars sometimes you just want to see Captain Britain punch Dracula in the face.

With this weeks Avengers Time Runs Out issue being 100% Captain Britain free, and everyone discussing the new Star Wars comic I thought I might take a moment to reflect on just how great Cap is. 157 more words

Captain Britain

Cool stuff

I have finally, consciously, decided, after having apparently made up my mind on the subject ages ago, to use this blog secondarily to save all the cool Doctor Who stuff I run across in the great wide Internet world. 43 more words

Doctor Who

London Falling by Paul Cornell

Paul Cornell’s London Falling is a headfirst dive into urban fantasy. Recently this has been a genre dominated by noir and hardboiled detective influences. The Dresden Files is probably the primary and most successful example. 326 more words

Book Review

Phoenix Comicon Announces Its First Guests

With Fan Fest put to bed, tickets for Phoenix Comicon are now on sale. The annual pop culture celebration takes place May 28-31 at the Phoenix Convention Center. 180 more words

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