During the Long Beach Comic Con 2017 our very own Hannah Heath had a moment to speak with Madeleine Holly-Rosing.
I bet you think you know the story of Ariel. We’ve seen the movie: The red-haired mermaid sells her voice
I’ve always had a somewhat irrational fear of fairytale retellings. To be honest, I don’t generally like the original fairytales,
Book series are probably one of the more terrifying things in a bookworm’s life. Not at first glance, maybe. At
Being a diplomat seems like a job that I would be really, really horrible at. I mean, I don’t think
Convention Connection: Comic-Con Revolution! Attention all cos-players and fellow geeks, there’s a new Comic-Con coming to Southern California and it’s in
Have you ever read a book where you are both fiercely proud and insanely protective of the main character? One
When people think of fantasy novels, they usually think of woods. Trees and rivers and magic and elves and great
It’s Geek girl vs. Alt girl in Geek-Girl #2! Having duped the college brainiac into giving her his powers-inducing glasses, and found herself in a position where, in the absence of Maine’s resident super-heroine, she’s promised to stop badass new super-villain Lightning Storm – Ruby Kaye has now inadvertently hospitalized her city’s other resident super-hero (and only potential aide) while trying and failing to stop the villain. So what’s she gonna do? What any self-respecting girl would do in her position. Get drunk! Created and written by Sam Johnson (The Almighties, Cabra Cini: Voodoo Junkie Hitwoman) and illustrated by Carlos Granda (Grimm Fairy Tales, Charmed), the 4-issue Geek-Girl Mini-Series sees attractive, popular coed Ruby Kaye’s world turned upside down. When she landed super-tech specs on a whim, they granted her flight and super-strength – but a flaw in their programming has also rendered Ruby super-klutzy – alienating all but one of her ‘cool-kids’ clique. Ruby needs some down time – but things may not pan out quite how she’s hoping… Johnson fills us in on what’s in store for Maine’s newest (and last standing) super-hero… “Ruby is an ‘act first, ask questions later’ kind of gal, who is used to getting what she wants, but she’s inadvertently gotten herself into a world of trouble
American insurgents raising an outlaw army. Prizefights in drug cartel compounds. A secret war against shadow-government mercenaries hiding in plain
This week on “Hannah searches for good indie books:” Fractured by Rae Elliott. This is a novel I read some
In the near future, several young people across the globe develop the ability to literally bring their imaginations to life
In this one-shot from Dan Hill and Andrew Herbst, a young man finds himself stranded on a secluded Pacific island
Alternate steampunk histories are awesome. Alternate steampunk histories where ghosts and demons are a matter of course are even better. But
There are a lot of different factors involved in how people choose to buy books. Maybe they like the synopsis.
It’s a sort of hobby of mine to go around looking for new indie novels to read. No, not because