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One of a Kind: Charlie Huston and The Mystic Arts of Erasing All Signs of Death

Author Charlie Huston doesn’t seem capable of writing quiet or cautious fiction. Surprising would be the word I’d use when it comes to experiencing or explaining his work (and it’s a highly recommended one at that by my book blogger friends).  635 more words

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Marvel Comics Final Thoughts - Moon Knight (2006), Vol. 1-2

With Marvel’s popular and successful foray into films with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I’ve finally decided to get back into comics. I grew up a big fan of X-Men and other superheroes but haven’t really kept up since the 90s. 1,266 more words

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New Album Progress Report

MUSIC:  So:  I’ve been busy.  The attached .jpg represents almost everything I’ve uploaded for my beta listeners since I started this recording project in late-January; there’s still a few more sketches on my hard drive that I haven’t uploaded yet, mostly because there’s not much to them. 815 more words

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POWERS Series Premiere Date Announced

Brian Michael Bendis announced the premiere date of the coming POWERS series on PlayStation Network via the PlayStation blog.  The 10 episode live action series will premiere with three episodes on March 10th followed by the debut of a new episode every Tuesday. 237 more words

Sony PlayStation's 'Powers' to Launch March 10 with First Three Episodes

“Powers,” the first live action scripted series from Sony’s PlayStation division, will launch March 10, with the initial three episodes.

The gritty show, about two homicide detectives who solve murders involving superpowered criminals, is based on the comicbook of the same name, co-created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. 591 more words

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Origins: Jamie Schultz on Premonitions

A member of my writer’s group, the North Texas Speculative Fiction Workshop, Jamie Schultz has published his first novel, Premonitions. It’s a fast-paced urban fantasy and crime novel that blends modern-day thieves with magic, dark gods and cults. 690 more words

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