Sharing a favorite of mine, collecting Patricia McKillip's lovely Riddle-Master series
I got off my Ice Throne for a minute to share some weekend bookshelf porn in the form of Malazan.
Straight from my mail box is a Smurfs mini-comic by Peyo from the late 1950s. Cue the la la la la la la.
Today's mail brought a little art in the form of a Tillie Walden print for cat lovers and lovers of good comics alike.
You remember love notes and letters as much as you do the fights you were in. You know, the typical thoughts one would have after reading George R. R. Martin's latest book Fire & Blood.
Go watch Into the Spider-Verse and be in on the coolest superhero and animated movie of 2018.
I posted a bunch more guest blogs and columns we hosted. Really lucky to have them from authors the caliber of Guy Gavriel Kay, Ian R. MacLeod, Ben Thompson and Aaron Dembski-Bowden. A bunch of books on shelves, books sold, and awards between them.
Another pointer, this time to a series of columns we hosted by science fiction/fantasy author Hal Duncan. They are MANIC w/ a lot of good convos in the comments.
A pointer to the best issue-by-issue analysis of the Neil Gaiman Sandman run.
You may have seen the Smurfs movies and if you are older seen the Smurfs cartoon. Did you know they originated in the '50s by the hand of the cartoonist Peyo? I have proof.
Bloodshot is on its way filming as we speak and starring Vin Diesel but what other VALIANT universe characters can make the jump to the big screen? How about Shadowman?
Remember reading Wizard? '90s Comic book fan bible. Here are its humble beginnings.
I caught up to The 100 and it fits my world view, as the world ends leave it to an asian american to save it. Come with us if you want to live.
The Ruin of Kings by Jenn Lyons is the buzzy epic fantasy series of 2019 so your boz writes several thousands words in 2018 after reading a few pages of it.