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The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic just took a huge leap. After the universe shattering events of Shattered Grid and the aftermath of Beyond the Grid, the Power Rangers comics are entering a new era. Not just because of writer Ryan Parrott taking over the comic but the comic has shifted time periods to mid season
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SPOILER ADVISORY: If you haven’t seen Full Metal Jacket, watch it before reading this article. Watch it if you don’t read this article. If you’ve already seen it, watch it again whether you read the article or not. The casualties of the Vietnam War went beyond soldiers and civilians. The geopolitical morass engulfed journalists, novelists
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The iconic comics imprint that brought readers The Sandman, Preacher, Hellblazer, Fables, Y: The Last Man, and others will close its doors in 2020. According to THR, DC Comics plans to shutter Vertigo Comics, as well as young adult imprints DC Zoom and DC Ink, starting in January. Replacing them will be three, age-specific imprints:
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I wrote the Steelhaven trilogy between 2012 and 2015. During that period there was a slew of other writers releasing fantasy novels, riding on the popularity of the Game Of Thrones TV show, which were labelled as “Grimdark”. Naturally, Steelhaven was clumped in with those, and having a cast at least partially consisting of amoral,
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This post is sponsored by Flatiron Books. All opinions expressed in this post are based on the writer’s personal views. In the past decade, our popular culture has become increasingly interested in post-apocalyptic stories—perhaps because, as writer Laurie Penny theorized in The New Statesman way back in 2014, it can increasingly feel like we are all
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One of the most popular fantasy franchises of the literary world, The Wheel of Time, is getting a live-action television adaptation. Originally authored by Robert Jordan, the 80 million-selling 1990-2013 book series depicts a sprawling mythology, amalgamating feudal and magical tropes with elements of Eastern mysticism. Indeed, the books bear philosophical influences from European and
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There’s so much to look forward to in our speculative fiction future. Here are some of the fantasy books we’re most excited about and/or are currently consuming… Join the Den of Geek Book Club! Best New Fantasy Books in June 2019 Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey Type: NovelPublisher: Tor BooksRelease date: 6/4/19 Ivy Gamble
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Some of the best fantasy, science fiction, and horror storytelling is happening in the young adult book world—if you need some specific examples, check out Den of Geek’s picks for the best fiction books of 2018. There’s so much to look forward to in our speculative fiction future. Here are some of the young adult
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Four years on since The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 landed in cinemas, it looks like we’re going to be making a return trip to Panem. Suzanne Collins, author of the original Hunger Games trilogy, has announced a new book due for release next year, and Lionsgate are already talking about ‘working closely’ with Collins
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After nearly five years away from comics with only a scant cameo to show for it, the Legion of Superheroes, the best superteam in the entire DC Comics stable, is finally returning. In September, a two issue introductory series that will serve as a guide through all of DC’s various future timelines begins. Legion of
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The Batman Who Laughs may be the culmination of ten years of Scott Snyder’s Batman work, but the hot-selling, utterly terrifying comic that has a Jokerized, parallel dimension Batman going toe to toe with the prime Bruce Wayne is also the launching point for a new Batman/Superman team up book, and DC shared a preview