• Manga Profile: Try Murder Incarnation

    Manga Profile: Try Murder Incarnation0

    Hey, kid. Kid. Hey. Hey, you like a little story with a twist in the tale? You like a last-minute swerve? You like all that sweet tension ramped up in one final reveal that not only makes everything worse, but the whole story … better? Hey, kid, hey. Who would you kill to get that, huh? Who’d

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  • Two Takes on M3 Volume One: Beginnings

    Two Takes on M3 Volume One: Beginnings0

    M3 Volume 1: Beginnings Erica Shultz (writer), Vincente Alcazar (artist) Vices Press, Digital Release September 24, 2014 Disclaimer: This review contains some spoilers. WWAC reviewed M3: Volume 1 with a review copy from Vices Press. Last summer was busy with WWACs Swords of Sorrow event coverage, but when Desiree and I were given an opportunity to review

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  • Interview with Matt Ruff, Author of Lovecraft Country

    Interview with Matt Ruff, Author of Lovecraft Country0

    Let’s time warp back to 2007. It’s a rainy day in Ann Arbor, Michigan and I just ducked inside the downtown Borders. I work at a library and rarely buy books, but I leaf through the new arrivals all the same. None of them hold my attention for long, and I consider giving up and

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  • Incredible Indie Tuesday: Exciting News from Image Expo!

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: Exciting News from Image Expo!1

    Last Wednesday in Seattle, Image Comics held the 6th Image Expo, an all-day event for creators to meet with press, retailers and fans. But it’s not your typical convention: there are no vendors and panels focus primarily on discussing upcoming releases with writers, artists and other team members. The convention began with publisher Eric Stephenson’s inspiring

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  • Feature Films At The 2016 Canadian Film Fest

    Feature Films At The 2016 Canadian Film Fest0

    • April 1, 2016

    The Canadian Film Fest is an event set in Toronto celebrating Canadian filmmakers where they can showcase their work and network with others in the industry. A non-profit organization, Canadian Film Fest hopes to inspire these filmmakers to continue making motion pictures and to expose Canadian audiences to independent works. We have created an annual film festival

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  • Dogears: Under a Painted Sky, The Vegetarian, The Widow

    Dogears: Under a Painted Sky, The Vegetarian, The Widow0

    • March 8, 2016

    Under a Painted Sky Stacey Lee G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers March 17, 2105 I never thought that I liked Westerns all that much until I read Under a Painted Sky. Or maybe I still don’t like Westerns that much, but rather I just really like feminist Westerns starring two kick ass women

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