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Book Review: The Art and Making of The Flash
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Book Review: The Art and Making of The Flash

December 27th, 2016 | by Yul Espinosa

The making of The Flash on The CW is an achievement that will probably be studied by pop-culture creators for quite some time. Here, our Yul Espinosa takes a look at a recent book covering the art that has caught the attention of fans across...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: A Punch To Your Childhood
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: A Punch To Your Childhood

August 17th, 2016 | by Emmy Fleming

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is on bookstands now and our very own Emmy Fleming has read it cover-to-cover.  Here, in our first review for ComiConverse, she breaks five areas within the story that are likely to trouble Harry Potter fans. Harry Potter and...

Looking Back At Batman RIP By Grant Morrison
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Looking Back At Batman RIP By Grant Morrison

August 2nd, 2016 | by ComiConverse

Batman RIP is one of Grant Morrison’s most famous works. It was a title that is sure to be on the shelves of most committed Batman comics fans. Here, in part one of a two part series, ComiConverse looks back at the collected edition of...

Book Review: A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms

Book Review: A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms

July 26th, 2016 | by ComiConverse

George R. R. Martin’s A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms is an interesting addition to the wider world of Westeros, as first seen in A Song of Ice and Fire and Game of Thrones. Our ComiConverse book review gets you ready for the read.  A Knight Of...

Book Review: Ley Lines: The Greatest Landscape of Mystery

Book Review: Ley Lines: The Greatest Landscape of Mystery

July 6th, 2016 | by Seth Frederiksen

The theory of Ley Lines is not entirely new to the field of paranormal research, and is still one of heated debate between supporters and skeptics. Many who study the metaphysical phenomenons see Ley Lines as the means to explain why certain locations are haunted...

Book Review: Signs of the Gods

Book Review: Signs of the Gods

June 22nd, 2016 | by Seth Frederiksen

One of several follow ups to his seminal work, Chariots of the Gods, Erich von Daniken continues to illuminate this theory in the book, Signs of the Gods. Both expand upon the Ancient Astronaut theory, the idea of creatures from a foreign world arriving to...

Book Review: Chariots Of The Gods

Book Review: Chariots Of The Gods

May 29th, 2016 | by Seth Frederiksen

Chariots of the Gods is a story that has stirred curiosity over the test of time and our own Seth Frederiksen is here to remind us why. Fewer works have had as much as an influence in the realms of fiction and science and still retain...

ECCC: Camilla d’Errico At Emerald City Comicon

ECCC: Camilla d’Errico At Emerald City Comicon

April 9th, 2016 | by L. K. Roberts

Our Lydia Roberts is at Emerald City Comicon (ECCC) this weekend and she has filed the first of what promises to be many reports from the convention floor. Spring is in the air! For many in the South Sound on Thursday, that meant spending time...

Into The Nightside: An Open Letter To Ryan Murphy
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Into The Nightside: An Open Letter To Ryan Murphy

February 29th, 2016 | by Craig Caudill

Our Craig Caudill recently penned an open letter to one of the most successful creators out there, Ryan Murphy, of American Horror story fame.  Craig believes he has found the next great book series to adapt. Dear Mr. Murphy: I would like to applaud your...

We ComiConverse With Jonathan Maberry
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We ComiConverse With Jonathan Maberry

February 22nd, 2016 | by Craig Caudill

ComiConverse contributor Craig Caudill brings the second installment of his series, Speculative Yahtzee. Today he interviews noted writer and eighth degree black belt, Jonathan Maberry. CC: What novel changed your life, and who is your favorite author? JONATHAN MABERRY: Richard Matheson gave me a signed first...

We ComiConverse With Mather Zickel
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We ComiConverse With Mather Zickel

February 15th, 2016 | by Craig Caudill

Craig Caudill begins a new Q&A series at ComiConverse today: Speculative Yahtzee. His first victim is actor Mather Zickel. It is a goal of mine to spark a dialog with creative individuals in various fields and ask them what is entertaining to them. And I hope...

The Magical World of Adelle Yeung’s Cycle of the Six Moons
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The Magical World of Adelle Yeung’s Cycle of the Six Moons

February 15th, 2016 | by Gabe Golden

Falling fast into a new world with magical abilities? Days numbered as you try to save a world from being destroyed? Overpowered party members you just don’t get along with? This isn’t Kingdom Hearts, Legend of Zelda  or Final Fantasy. This is a whole new...

George R R Martin Apologizes For Winds of Winter Delays
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George R R Martin Apologizes For Winds of Winter Delays

January 2nd, 2016 | by ComiConverse

You have to feel for George R. R. Martin.  The genius author behind Game of Thrones and the A Song of Ice And Fire (ASOIAF) series sent out a heartfelt apology on his Not A Blog today from his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Martin,...

Review: The Unlikely Adventures Of Race & Cookie McCloud
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Review: The Unlikely Adventures Of Race & Cookie McCloud

December 18th, 2015 | by Tatiana Hullender

We’ve seen what happens when you mix brilliant but grumpy detectives with wide-eyed and innocent sidekicks – plenty of Sherlock Holmes adaptations have danced to that familiar tune. But what happens when you mix a wide-eyed and frankly terrible detective with a brilliant but grumpy sidekick?...

George RR Martin Decries “Poisoned Well” At 2015 Hugo Awards
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George RR Martin Decries “Poisoned Well” At 2015 Hugo Awards

August 29th, 2015 | by Breaking News

Fans of the science fiction and fantasy awards known as the Hugos, will have long been aware of the disruptive influence of the conservative movement in this year’s awards process. That storyline came to a close last weekend, when the 2015 Hugo Awards were presented...

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