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Interview with Bruce Brown, Author of the Howard Lovecraft Graphic Novel Series

I recently had a blast reading through the first book in the series, Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Mountain. In fact, this is probably the only version of Lovecraft that would not completely warp my seven year-old's mind. We both really enjoyed the artwork and the story so much that we had to pick up the second book, Howard Lovecraft and the Undersea Kingdom. I believe that fans of Lovecraft will get the connections made in the stories, probably by the titles alone.
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‘Lord of Souls (An Elder Scrolls Novel)’ – Greg Keyes (Del Rey/Titan Books)

Genres / Fantasy : Graeme's Fantasy Book Review (3 years ago)

It was way back in November 2009 (almost two years to the day in fact) that I read Greg Keyes’ ‘The Infernal City’ and... was in two minds about it. Having thoroughly enjoyed Keyes’ ‘Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone’ series (although in r... Read Post

Graphic.ly Wants To Blow Your Mind Away With Digital Comics (Video Demo)

Technology : TechCrunch (5 years ago)

Will digital books will ever match printed ones for sheer reading pleasure? What about comic books and graphic novels? I think it depends on what device you are reading them. One of the most visually stunning apps on the iPad, for i... Read Post

Dick Bruna And The Seven Dwarfs

Parenting / Fatherhood : Daddy Types (6 years ago)

It still blows my mind sometimes what libraries will get rid of. In 1966, when Miffy was barely 11 years and six books old, Dick Bruna published a series of fairy tales: Tom Thumb, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, and Snow White.... Read Post


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