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REVIEW: Brave
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REVIEW: Brave

By Tim WainwrightJune 25, 2012

Pixar has traded in robots and talking toys for bagpipes and flowing red curls in their latest, beautifully rendered feature, Brave....More  →

REVIEW: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
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REVIEW: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

By Vadim NewquistJune 25, 2012

For years I was under the false impression that documentarian Ken Burns' PBS epic The Civil War was the most comprehensive historical...More  →

Top 5 Metafiction Books We Love

Top 5 Metafiction Books We Love

By Swapna KrishnaJune 22, 2012

What is metafiction, exactly? Well, to put it simply, it's when a work of fiction exposes itself to be a work of...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo

BOOK REVIEW: Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo

By Swapna KrishnaJune 21, 2012

We included Shadow and Bone on our Summer YA Fiction Round-Up, and for very good reasons: it seems to be catching on...More  →

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BOOK REVIEW: "Behemoth," by Scott Westerfeld

By Paul KirschJune 20, 2012

Few things are more enthralling than a good series. I started exploring Scott Westerfeld's Leviathan and, like a transfixed moth, had to keep...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Unholy Night by Seth Grahame-Smith

BOOK REVIEW: Unholy Night by Seth Grahame-Smith

By Swapna KrishnaJune 18, 2012

Seth Grahame-Smith has had quite the journey to success. We heard about him when he coauthored the first (or at least the...More  →

Graphic Detail: Batwoman Vol. 1: Hydrology Hardcover

Graphic Detail: Batwoman Vol. 1: Hydrology Hardcover

By Eric GarneauJune 14, 2012

Graphic Detail reviews a new graphic novel or trade paperback collection every week. Batwoman is one of the best series in DC Comics'...More  →

Comics Catch for June 6, 2012

Comics Catch for June 6, 2012

By Eric GarneauJune 6, 2012

Comics Catch compiles short reviews of a bunch of new comics worth reading every Wednesday. ...More  →

REVIEW: The Drowned Cities, by Paolo Bacigalupi

REVIEW: The Drowned Cities, by Paolo Bacigalupi

By Paul KirschJune 6, 2012

Though it has some quality characters and a thought-provoking title, The Drowned Cities falls short of answering the one question that...More  →

REVIEW: Dark Matter Graphic Novels, Volumes 1-4

REVIEW: Dark Matter Graphic Novels, Volumes 1-4

By Swapna KrishnaJune 4, 2012

The names Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie should be very familiar to any die hard science fiction fan—after all, these men worked...More  →