Interview: Indie Comics Creator Kat Calamia

The world of comic books is filled with wonder, amazement, and colorful characters. Themes of heroism, family, and justice are commonly used to weave intricate stories that people can relate to, and be entertained by.  Creating a comic book requires countless hours of work, energy, and passion. Enter: Kat Calamia! Kat is the comics creator … Continue reading Interview: Indie Comics Creator Kat Calamia

‘Halo: Silent Storm’ by Troy Denning – Book Review

Halo: Silent Storm is the latest book to come out of the Halo Lore. This book focuses on Master Chief and takes place a few months after the events of Spartan Samuel-034 being lost. Master Chief and the rest of the Spartans are only 15-year-olds, and are sent on a mission to defend against the Covenant … Continue reading ‘Halo: Silent Storm’ by Troy Denning – Book Review

Interview: A Conversation With Yetide Badaki on Storytelling, ‘American Gods’, and ‘Wonderland’

In between the filming of the second season of American Gods, actress Yetide Badaki took a few minutes to chat with me about her new project Wonderland, which brings together complex characters and her passion for storytelling. There’s about a seven-hour time difference between her set and my study chair (as well as an entire ocean), but, thanks to modern … Continue reading Interview: A Conversation With Yetide Badaki on Storytelling, ‘American Gods’, and ‘Wonderland’

‘Star Wars: Thrawn: Alliances’ by Timothy Zahn – Book Review

Thank the Force we have a new Star Wars novel! A sequel to last years novel Thrawn; Thrawn: Alliances, follows a new adventure involving the titular character Thrawn, this time teamed up with the Lord of the Sith, Darth Vader. While the first novel was entertaining, the story was very intricate and meticulous, much like … Continue reading ‘Star Wars: Thrawn: Alliances’ by Timothy Zahn – Book Review

‘Captain Marvel’ Writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet to Pen Andy Weir’s ‘Artemis’ Adaptation

Geneva Robertson-Dworet, the woman behind the upcoming Captain Marvel, has been called upon to adapt The Martian author Andy Weir's latest novel, Artemis, for Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Released last November by Crown Publishing, Artemis follows a directionless 20-something Jazz from Artemis, the first and only city on the moon. A smuggler, she … Continue reading ‘Captain Marvel’ Writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet to Pen Andy Weir’s ‘Artemis’ Adaptation

R.L. Stine Signs Graphic Novel Deal With Boom! Studios

Award winning, best-selling horror author and creator of Goosebumps and Fear Street, R.L. Stine, has signed an agreement with BOOM! Studios. The multi-book original graphic novel agreement will have Stine producing a new series of original supernatural horror graphic novels for the publisher. The works are set to be released by KaBOOM!, which is the studio's platform that houses … Continue reading R.L. Stine Signs Graphic Novel Deal With Boom! Studios

‘American Gods’ Star Yetide Badaki Launches IndieGoGo Campaign For Reimagining Of ‘Alice In Wonderland’

American Gods actress, Yetide Badaki, is looking to recreate Alice In Wonderland. The actress has recently launched an IndieGoGo fundraising campaign for a short film titled Wonderland. The project is set to be directed by Jessica Sherif and have Badaki work alongside, Karen David (Galavant, Once Upon a Time) and Dom Burgess (The Feud, The Magicians). … Continue reading ‘American Gods’ Star Yetide Badaki Launches IndieGoGo Campaign For Reimagining Of ‘Alice In Wonderland’