March 6 is a big day in the world of fantasy fiction. Two fabulous new entries, Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs (Alpha & Omega #5) and Lake Silence by Anne Bishop (The World of the Others), will be released into the world. Both are definitely worth reading.
In honor of the 30th anniversary of My Neighbor Totoro, Kinokuniya USA and Her Universe teamed up with Studio Ghibli to bring an official Ghibli pop-up shop to San Francisco, California from February 24 to March 18.
We love celebrating awesome geeky people around here. Recently I had a chance to reach out to author Irene Radford, author of Spoonful of Magic, [...]
Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher, DAW Fantasy, in exchange for an honest review. How do you feel about students learning magic? How [...]
August 18th is another big day for Netflix. The latest series in the Marvel Universe, The Defenders, is released. But if that’s not your thing [...]
At San Diego Comic-Con, I had the opportunity to interview Christina Henry, author of Lost Boy: The True Story of Peter Pan. Lost Boy is [...]
Since San Diego Comic Con has grown over the years, it has expanded to include numerous off-site event and activations. Everything from interactive sets, technological [...]
If you’ve ever been to a large convention, like San Diego Comic Con, you’ve probably encountered and demonstrated some key economic concepts without even realizing [...]
Thanks to a wonderful moment at Wonder Con (meeting Patty Jenkins at a Wonder Woman meet-up), I had the opportunity to attend the premiere of Wonder Woman in Los Angeles, California on May 25th. If you follow me on social media, you already know I LOVED the movie. But due to the review embargo, I couldn’t tell you why I loved it so much. Now I can! Read Meghan's thoughts on the new Wonder Woman film, spoiler free.
It’s been a long wait for the Season 3 premiere of iZombie. It feels like forever ago that Clive finally learned Liv was a zombie, [...]
Jim Lee, co-publisher of DC Entertainment, is arguably one of the most important people in the current era of comics. On the first evening of this [...]
We are halfway through the first season of Riverdale, the new CW network show that takes inspiration from the classic Archie Comics series. Riverdale comes [...]
The CW has collected quite the collection of DC Comics Superheros. With Supergirl’s move from CBS to The CW network, we now have DCTV four [...]
Season 1 of Gotham was a little all over the place. Season 2 really came into its own using the development of classic Gotham villains [...]