• Cook Your Comics: Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Quarantine Delivers Deliciously

    Cook Your Comics: Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Quarantine Delivers Deliciously0

    The recipe zine, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Quarantine, edited by Mel Gillman, dropped suddenly to great acclaim a few weeks ago! It features simple, easily-modifiable recipes from a large number of independent cartoonists. Designed to be beautiful, it’s welcome to those of us who may be getting tired of our own cooking all of a

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  • The Best (or Worst?) Villains Scooby-Doo Has to Offer

    The Best (or Worst?) Villains Scooby-Doo Has to Offer0

    If you follow me on any social media, you know that I consider myself to be a connoisseur of Scooby-Doo. In anticipation for the Scoob! movie, I felt the need to bust out my Scooby-Doo DVD collection and rewatch all of them. In doing so, I realized most of the villains in Scooby-Doo share a

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  • 3 Reasons to Re-Read Bleach

    3 Reasons to Re-Read Bleach0

    Tite Kubo’s sweeping manga finished up in 2016, but the final arc was never adapted into the anime. Fans were left wanting when the anime ended in 2012 and have always hoped to see the final arc be adapted, myself included! It was recently announced that Studio Pierrot is going to be adapting the “Thousand-Year

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  • Stellar Streaming Storytimes for When You Are Stuck at Home

    Stellar Streaming Storytimes for When You Are Stuck at Home0

    Now that my husband and I are the chief facilitators of our kid’s remote kindergarten experience, in addition to both working from home at our full time jobs, I find weekday lunches to be a pretty exhausted time for me. Thus, I’ve instituted a lunchtime storytime practice, where some professional reads my kid picture books

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  • Virtual Book Clubs for Readers Who Want to Connect

    Virtual Book Clubs for Readers Who Want to Connect0

    Whether you call it social distancing, shelter in place, or hashtag Stay Home, your book club is probably not meeting at the coffee shop this month. There are, however, a number of virtual book club options, some well-established already and some cropping up now to meet the recent demand of people who wish to discuss

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  • One Order of Murder Mystery, Hold the Regressive Politics, Please

    One Order of Murder Mystery, Hold the Regressive Politics, Please0

    After seeing Knives Out, I, for one, felt a new resurgence of my love for murder mysteries. There are many great murder mysteries of course, but one of the reasons Knives Out felt so rejuvenating is that it sidestepped a lot of the conservative political assumptions of the genre. Excitingly, however, there is a rich

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