Stormtroopers: Beyond the Armor by Ryder Windham and Adam Bray is a must-read for any Star Wars fan. John Liang takes a look at what makes it special.
Matthew Weiner follows up Mad Men with a brief, yet significant novel, Heather, the Totality. Like the titular character’s empathy, it is incisive to the point of pain.
In today’s day and age, anybody can turn their creative endeavors into published works. John Brhel, co-author of the upcoming Corpse Cold: New American Folklore talks about horror and sharing…
What makes a good leader? What qualities does a leader possess, and how do they get them? Leia Princess of Alderaan is more than a story, it is a background of how a princess became a leader.
Phasma reveals the history of the mysterious enforcer of the First Order. Dennis has the review.
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Meddling Kids is an homage to Scooby-Doo, the Famous Five, H.P. Lovecraft, and all your childhood dreams of solving crimes with your best friends. Jason Flatt sits down to talk to this unique writer.
John Liang looks at Star Wars: On The Front Lines, a new book focusing heavily on the “Wars” in Star Wars, taking an in-depth approach into the tactics and analysis of key battles in the saga.
Inferno Squad is a great introduction to an exciting new character, but what Star Wars story does it tell? Joe has the review.
From caretakers to schemers the Order of Maesters are more than meets the eye. Season 6 Revisited explores the two sides of the maester’s chain.
Whispers on the wind, spirals in the snow, an Isle of Faces… What do they all mean? The latest entry in Season 6 Revisited takes on the old gods of Westeros.
Does Star Wars: Thrawn live up to the hype? Resident Grand Admiral Thrawn expert Courtney Martin digs into Zahn’s new novel to see how the blue-skinned Chiss fares in the new canon.
The past is already written. The ink is dry. But who holds the pen? Ryan Colantonio explores causality in Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire.