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.
Beloved Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling allegedly admits that she regrets pairing Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, despite seven books that say otherwise.
The supposedly dead parents of a fictional orphan don’t always have to be revealed as key players in a supernatural conspiracy.
If your kid is scouted for a fancy prep school, chances are they’ll develop weird powers, travel through time, or get murdered by the staff.
A distracting new trend in urban fantasy – scattering first-person narration in between multiple third-person points of view.
I don’t have a twin sister, my father isn’t manic-depressive, and my mother didn’t leave me when I was eight, but the main character in Rainbow Rowell’s FANGIRL was so familiar that after reading late into the night, I reached for my Kindle as soon as I woke up in the morning to finish reliving my first year of college through Cath Avery.