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Reviews of novels and graphic novels by our staff.

Batman, Diversity in the Face of Toxic Fandom, and Becky Cloonan

The reboot of DC comics was hot when the New 52 came out, and led to big changes in the industry. One included the time ever the regular Batman title was drawn by a… GHAST… woman. Her name is Becky... Continue Reading →

Blood Meridian Cormac McCarthy and the Use of Metaphor

Whenever I get bored I know I can stir up shit by making a bold statement. It creates interaction on social media and tends to be harmless. Unless you say something along the lines of this. THE ROAD is a... Continue Reading →

Everything Dungeons & Dragons Is New Again

Has it really been 5, almost 6 years since D&D got its current edition? Here's the article I wrote on the venerable game when 5th Edition hit... This game molded me like no other mentor. It taught me how to... Continue Reading →

Flashback review: Brian Keene’s The Complex

A few years ago I took up a mentorship through the HWA at Rue Morgue. It was a great experience, I worked with Monica S. Kuebler as my mentor, and learned how to hone my craft. Covering Scares That Care... Continue Reading →

Game of Thrones And Elric: The Influence of Michael Moorcock on TV’s Most Popular Show

Why do I love George RR Martin's Game of Thrones? From the first episode right through to the very end? From the first page of the first volume through to what Martin hasn't completed yet? I'll tell you why. Part... Continue Reading →

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