“Struck by the resonances between professional wrestling and comics” at Occasional Superheroine. Mixed Martial Arts vs. “the sweet science of bruising” at Salon.
Like King Ghidorah, Kaiju Shakedown has succumbed to market forces. Again. Hopefully like King Ghidorah, Kaiju Shakedown will rise again. Kaiju Shakedown’s writer, Grady Hendrix, is taking some time to figure out how.
Legal tender drawn from the Central Bank of Moon Republic. (via Warren Ellis)
Artsy craftiness prevails in Coraline’s marketing with sweater patterns, secret handmade boxes, sheet music and a cat puppet.
Most writers get into the Romance genre because they read it, and they read it because they love it. Each writer is drawn to the genre for different reasons, of course. Whether the concentration on character; the focus on primary relationships; or the essence of the triumph of […]
No more Plain Janes from DC. It’s nixing Minx, it’s line directed at girls. Shannon Smith breaks it down in bookstore terms. When Fangirls Attack has more.