INTERVIEW: Felicia Day Talks Voyage to the Stars Season 2 and Embrace Your Weird

I have been following Felicia Day since Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, so when I found out that she had not one but two new projects in the offing with Voyage to the Stars season 2 and her new book Embrace Your Weird: Face Your Fears and Unleash Creativity, I knew I had to find out… Continue reading INTERVIEW: Felicia Day Talks Voyage to the Stars Season 2 and Embrace Your Weird

Kelvin Timeline Novels Set for 2020 Release

At this year’s Star Trek Las Vegas, several new Star Trek novels were announced, some of which are set in the Kelvin Timeline created by JJ Abrams in the 2009 Star Trek. The books, entitled The Order of Peace (formerly known as Refugees) and More Beautiful than Death by Star Trek novel veterans Alan Dean… Continue reading Kelvin Timeline Novels Set for 2020 Release

Stan Lee’s First Novel to be Released This Fall

Rejoice, True Believers! Entertainment Weekly reports that a novel co-written by late great Marvel creator Stan Lee will be released posthumously; Lee’s co-writer is Kat Rosenfield. The book, entitled Stan Lee’s Alliances: A Trick of Light, is set in the Alliances superhero universe co-created by Lee’s Pow! Entertainment, Ryan Silbert’s production company Origin Story Entertainment,… Continue reading Stan Lee’s First Novel to be Released This Fall

Why I’m Excited: Spine of the Dragon

Growing up, I read a lot of books, particularly the Bailey School Kids. However, as I moved through elementary school, I slowly began to fall out of love with reading. For every To Kill a Mockingbird and Of Mice and Men, there was a boring (at least to me at the time) book about Montana.… Continue reading Why I’m Excited: Spine of the Dragon

REVIEW: My Hero Academia Season 1 (2016)

I always feel like I have to proceed with caution when I start a new action/adventure anime. This is especially true when it’s being adapted from an ongoing manga that has no intentions of ending anytime soon. The common pitfalls of these longer-running anime usually mean I skip them, but this time I decided to… Continue reading REVIEW: My Hero Academia Season 1 (2016)

New UK Magazine The Cosplay Journal Launches Next Month

Cosplayers are about to have some fun new reading material, as next month sees the launch of The Cosplay Journal. A coffee table magazine “focusing on the Diversity and Craft of cosplay,” specifically in the UK, The Cosplay Journal aims to “dispel the myths of what cosplayers look and act like,” and to highlight all… Continue reading New UK Magazine The Cosplay Journal Launches Next Month