In ‘Monster Hunters’ Tea Krulos once again explores a fascinating subculture with humor and compassion. His writing is clear and compelling, and I often shared the tingle up my spine that he experienced as he accompanied his unique subjects on their midnight adventures.
Here are 12 great books to help you stay cool at the beach during the geek days of summer.
‘The Loxleys and Confederation’ makes a difficult subject clear, relevant and interesting. It’s a perfect resource for history teachers and a great piece of comic art that tells a poignant and dramatic story allowing readers to see why Canada is such a great country.
It’s a pretty light list this week, which is somewhat anti-climactic as it’s also the end of the school year. I was sort of hoping…
I don’t think there are many longtime film buffs out there who’d argue with the idea that James Horner was one of the greatest film score…
The larger than life characters in Jo Walton’s ‘The Philosopher Kings’—even Apollo and his semi-divine daughter—are wonderfully human.
In ‘Inside the O’Briens’ Lisa Genova uses excellent storytelling to enhance readers’ understanding and empathy for those suffering from Huntington’s disease
He’s back! The chubby champion of chopsocky is back in in the first trailer for Kung Fu Panda 3. The star-studded cast returns to this franchise…
Busy days in in the comic word this week. Marvel’s Battleworld is in full swing, and is the new lens through which we view Marvel’s…
There’s a brand new trailer for ‘The Peanuts Movie’ and it looks fabulous, combining Schulz’s trademark two-dimensional look with a rich 3D environment.
Pop Mythology’s Captain John Kirk talks to the delightful cast of the new sci-fi show from Syfy and Space Channel, KILLJOYS, in this new interview.
We review WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE’s live show in its second season and interview actor Cecil Baldwin about the grueling nature of touring an independent show.
‘The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road’ is a splendidly cohesive and superior companion volume to one of the best films of 2015.
‘Jurassic World’ is the resurrection of a once awe-inspiring sight that is no longer suited to live.
You know, after the whole Convergence splash, we really haven’t seen very many reverberations in the universe.