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Book Review: Birthrights by J. Kyle McNeal

What I desperately craved reading this novel was grit. I wanted to be lost completely in this world and feel for these characters, but their lack of complexity and individual voice prevented a stronger connection.

Mapping the Interior by Stephen Graham Jones Review

nce again Stephen Graham Jones takes the heart-ache and loss within a broken family, places the telling in the context of the supernatural, and reveals truth.

SUPERMAN #25 Review

I honestly don't even know where to begin. Comics like Superman #23 are the reason I love doing what I do. I've never had a job where the work itself was a reward. My biggest reward has to be this series. I jumped in just after "Superman Reborn" and every issue since has pulled me in deeper. Each time adding a new type of creepiness. This time it's of the A Clockwork Orange variety.

Destroyer #2 Review

One of the strengths of Destroyer is that it is not a reboot or reimagining of the classic tale of Frankenstein’s creature. Instead, we...

Grrl Scouts: Magic Socks # 2 Review

So we get some back story on the Magic Socks, all ancient and alien and all that good stuff. And it turns out that...

Crosswind #1 Review

Crosswind is dramatic and suspenseful in its telling of two distinctly different and very personal tales. On the surface, the narratives might seem predictable,...

Aquaman #25 Review

I never thought that I would say this, but wow, Aquaman is a total badass, and with his awesome new looks, artist Stjepan Sejic...