Hannah, Violet, Dee and Betty are coming to a television near you. If those words alone don’t make you squeal with utter joy, then you’ve clearly missed out on the glory that is Rat Queens, a comic full of heart, soul, wit and sass.
I’m not novice to geekery in the kitchen. A couple years ago, I baked rotating Endor and Death Star cakes for charity, so food and geekdom are a marriage made in tasty snack heaven to me. And if you’ve been enjoying WWAC guest author Annie Bulluch’s Cook your Comics recipes, this is a chance to…
If you aren’t a CBR regular, you may have forgotten this bit of news already — some months ago, Jonah Weiland elected to shut down the Comic Book Resources forums, move the archives to a vBulletin board, and then reopen a new CBR Community, with stringent rules and new standards for moderation.
GrayHaven Comics recently ran a promotion to recruit reviewers to preview some of their publications. I decided to take a look at their stand-alone comic My Geek Family by Doug Hahner and Donal DeLay. My Geek Family is a sweet portrayal of multi-generational geekery along with a realistic depiction of parenthood. Doug and Tina are
Adventure Time “Food Chain” Directed by Masaaki Yuasa Cartoon Network “Hey, have you noticed we’re birds now?”
The Almost Girl Amalie Howard Strange Chemistry I received a copy of this book via the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Riven may only be seventeen but she is a trained soldier, a general. In Neospes, where she comes from, you either learn to fight or you die young. It’s not the friendliest…
The DC train keeps chugging, chugging, chugging along, just like the work week. Unlike your work week (hopefully), DC’s hit a little snag. Let’s check in with them and offer our condolences, shall we?