Get ready to hate everything!Dynamite Entertainment announced this week that they have penned a partnership with Grumpy Cat Limited to release print and digital comics as well as graphic novels. Fans of the internet icon, Grumpy Cat, can follow him and his brother, Pokey, on their misadventures this Fall. Dynamite will release a three issue mini-series followed by a graphic novel just in time for the holiday season.
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By now you’ve read G. Willow Wilson’s response to the New Yorker editorial written by Dr. Jill Lepore that is a scathing look at the A-Force comic. In short, Lepore basically called the comic nothing better than superhero porn and her only back up for these views was two ten-year-old boys. When G. Willow Wilson, co-writer of the comic, read this, she respectfully suggested that Lepore do a little more research on women’s portrayal in comics and the constant struggle to have female characters in comics treated with the same decency as their fellow male teammates. This would be a simple search on Google or heck, even talking to a female fan of comics. But why empower women when you can just trip any steps in advancement that creators try to take?
The Spell of Shattered Sight takes hold of the citizens of Storybrooke as ‘Frozen’ comes to its heartbreaking conclusion. Heartbreaking for some anyway. Tricia and Kait discuss the second to last episode of Once Upon a Time’s fourth season, including that strangely disjointed ending, and what’s to come in the mid-season finale.
Did you watch Fear the Walking Dead last night and are freaking out a little bit about your zombie plans? Wondering how you would deal when the virus finally hits and causes chaos? Who you could trust? Well, maybe Dr. Travis Langley and his book, The Walking Dead Psychology: Psych of the Living Dead can help calm some of those fears.
The now best selling book written by the “Queen of Geeks,” Felicia Day, has a little bit of everything for geeks, internet wizards, gamers, and web-series hopefuls. You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), is the perfect read for individuals not looking for a serious commitment when it comes to their books.It is a relaxing and enjoyable read.
Back in June we shared the Kickstarter campaign for The Secret Loves of Geek Girls – which has reached its goal – an anthology about true stories of love, romance, and yes, sex.
Entertainment Weekly introduced the world to Marvel’s new female superhero and her kick-ass partner in crime!
By now you’ve probably heard that the CW is developing Little Women into a television series. But they are putting a twist on it. Although, I can’t really call it much of a twist when they are basically just borrowing the character names for a gritty teen drama. I’m just going to let the synopsis speak for itself here:
About a month ago we shared the Kickstarter campaign for The Secret Loves of Geek Girls – which has reached it’s goal but you can still donate until July 24 – an anthology about true stories of love, romance, and yes, sex.
Marvel announced at San Diego Comic-Con that writer Tim Seeley and artist Logan Faerber, are taking on famous Daywalker and vampire hunter, Blade, through his daughter, Fallon Grey.