iZombie unveils their pilot at the San Diego Comic Con, but unfortunately not all of it. Read on to see what was present & the crowd reaction.
Continuing from the pages – I mean post – from Monday I continue to seek the justice in character and plot development! Just call me Super…okay, I haven’t come up with a cool name yet, but I’m working on it. First up is Batman and Robin #33 that leaps off the pages as it continues the epic story line that is ROBIN RISES. Followed by Aquaman #33 that has the neat ball of intrigue and mystery to tie together the two distinct plot lines. And last up is Justice League Dark #33, where Deadman takes center stage and amazes fans everywhere. Happy Wednesday all!
A novel that focuses more on the aspect of telling a story than the actual science fiction of the time traveling. Beautifully written and constructed, The Map of Time offers readers a chance to see the author and is motivation for the novel.
Batman: Arkham Knight has a new playable character exclusive to US gamers who preorder the game at Gamestop. Who is the new character? Read to find out.
Welcome back for another weekly installment of my comic book reviews! I hope everyone is having a wonderful day so far. Happy Monday! Anyway, I’m launching this week off not just in the DC realm, but also in the realm of the power rings. First up is Supergirl #33, the Red Lantern has returned to Earth with one final showdown with Worldkiller-1, and let me just say, writer Tony Bedard is amazing. Next up is Green Lantern: New Guardians #33 which continues to astound and captivate, even if the speed is starting to slow, that gritty ending and the building tension is done incredibly well. Enjoy!
Hey there readers! Check out my latest weekly reading list loaded with one singular guilty pleasure. Can you guess? 😉
Begin Again is a heartwarming film all about getting back on your feet and finding hope again, leaving the viewers longing for more of the beautiful music and applauding the outstanding performances.
Here’s some news! I just entered my novel in a Goodreads Book Giveaway. Below are the details. Remember, the release date of my paperback is October 9th of this year. However, if you have a Kindle or a Nook you can buy a digital copy on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. But this is yourchance to get a free copy of my novel. Giveaway ends September 9th, 2014.
My newest novel “Blood Hunger” is now available on the Nook and Kindle. You can order either one here. If you’re not interested in the eBook, or are like me and prefer to have a book in your hands, you can pre-order an autographed copy of the paperback version here.
Hey there! So guess what, you can pre-order a paperback version of my book today! It’s official, I am ready to do business.
Well, first off, I’m glad that you have found yourself here and are interesting in my upcoming novel “BLOOD HUNGER”.
Continuing from Monday I bring you comic reviews! I’m starting off today with my personal favorite Teen Titans #1, a comic that was cancelled and has been given an amazing re-launch, followed by Robin Rises: Omega #1, a double sized issue by P. J. Tomasi that recaps the journey between father and son and will begin a new journey as Batman faces off against the forces of Apokolips. And rounding up these reviews is Red Hood and the Outlaws #33 that really shows a softer side to the overly sexual powerhouse Starfire.
Coming this October, Batgirl is taking a lighter, fun and flirty side and the girl behind it is Babs Tarr. Meet the Batgirl and her artist here.
Pamela Moses had brought readers a refreshingly honest novel about the struggles of insecurities with her novel ‘The Appetites of Girls’. A novel that devles into the lives of four young girls who must make a battle against those who push them down, including themselves.
DC comics has decided to pull out all the stops this Wednesday as they celebrate 75 years of Batman with a special (& free) release of Detective Comics #27.
Hey there avid readers! I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend. I’m opening up this week much like most of my weeks in the DCU. First up is Superman/Wonder Woman #10, where Lois has finally revealed herself as the villain and it’s Lois versus Wonder Woman in the battle for Metropolis, followed by Superboy #33 that pulls off a convoluted mess by balancing on it’s amazing characterization. Happy Monday!