Calling all Whovians! This Saturday, August 30th, Golden Apple Comics is showcasing the world’s largest bluetooth speaker – which just so happens to be a talking, moving, menacing life-size Dalek.
Last weekend I went to a Doctor Who tea at Whimsic Alley, and since I was going to wear my TARDIS dress from Her Universe, I thought I might as well make a fascinator for the occasion.
What better way to capitalize on the nostalgia of 90s kids than by resurrecting Legends of the Hidden Temple as a comic book?
Staying up to date on ongoing comics is a significant part of my job, as is sharing my recommendations, but why should the customers who set foot in the shop be the only ones to benefit from my discoveries?
There are some terms unique to the world of comic books that every interested party should know when stepping into this brave new world.
From demonic circuses to water elemental murder mysteries, alien exchange students to World War I-era necromancy, my urban fantasy book reviews from January to June.
Since starting at Golden Apple, a number of comic books I’ve picked up feature female protagonists from various walks of life – and they’re getting all the buzz.
The protagonist of my new book was starting to think like the protagonist of my last book. Here’s how I dealt with it: