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The gay superhero

July 28, 2010 The character of Batwoman got some discussion as of late as being one of the few openly gay characters in the DC Universe. more »»

Newspaper comics meet comic books

June 30, 2010 Last summer, DC Comics started a 12-issue event printing stories of their heroes in weekly comics format — unbound color newsprint on broadsheets. more »»

Star Wars and zombies!

May 26, 2010 It comes as no surprise to anyone who knows me that I’m a Star Wars fan. more »»

A story of finding your own style

April 28, 2010 Young adult novels can still be good stories for adults to read — either to reminisce about the past or to just enjoy. And since “Vintage Veronica” by Erica . more »»

Back for more Victorian zombies

March 31, 2010 If you didn’t get enough Regency romance and zombies in the mash-up that was Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith’s “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” don’t go hissing fo... more »»

Intellectual meets paranormal

February 23, 2010 Natasha Mostert has a knack of blending science and the paranormal in interesting, it could happen ways, and does it again in “Keeper of Light and Dus. more »»

Working grunt helps save the day

January 26, 2010 A. Lee Martinez brings a comic tale of two everyday workers who must save the world in “Monster. more »»

A werewolf and a reality show

December 29, 2009 Reality shows can be killer. more »»

Flying high with a nice guy

November 23, 2009 Wrestler Rey Mysterio is well known for his high-flying wrestling style. But the man behind the mask may be a bit of a mystery — until now. Turns out the famous luchador is quite a nice guy. more »»

A must for the ‘True Blood’ fan

October 27, 2009 Need a True Blood fix? Fear not, for New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris has released a collection of short stories starring  Sookie Stackhouse in “A Touch of Dead. more »»

Author speaks on surviving zombie apocalypse

October 27, 2009 Move over, vampires. And werewolves, too, while we’re at it. Zombies are taking over mainstream America’s undead/beast hearts, one bite at a time. more »»

A classic infused with zombies

September 29, 2009 I’ve never read “Pride and Prejudice,” but have read other Jane Austen works, so I entered into reading “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” by Jane Austen and Seth... more »»

Cheeky memoir knows retail is hell

August 25, 2009 Whether it’s in a mall, department store, fast food or a convenience store, anyone who works or has worked in retail has a story to tell. more »»

A modern ‘Breakfast Club’

July 28, 2009 The year is 1973. Karl Shoemaker is a troubled teenager. more »»

‘Cooking Dirty:’ Inside the life of a chef

July 28, 2009 It’s a vagabond life as a chef talks about his journey from diners to fine dining to corporate cooking and finally, to food writer in Jason Sheehan’s “Cooking Dirt. more »»

Book review: Self-destruction and the kitchen

June 23, 2009 Witness one man’s path of self-destruction in award-winning and best-selling author Monica Ali’s “In The Kitchen. more »»

Take a, er, bite out of this one

May 26, 2009 Charlaine Harris’ New York Times bestselling series, Sookie Stackhouse, returns in “Dead and Gone. more »»

Down to the bare essentials

April 28, 2009 Noralee Frankel retells a popular figure’s story in “Stripping Gypsy. more »»

A merry chase

March 24, 2009 A rich heiress tangles with her hot but strict CPA in “Trouble in High Heels” by Leanne Banks. more »»

Wrestlers vs. Zombies

February 24, 2009 A generation (or so) ago children growing often obtained their first reading experience through comic books that take them up, up and away into a fantasy land just this side of the looking glass. more »»



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