Wait a minute… this sounds like rock and/or roll.
A musical version of the fairy tale with a singing Billy Barty? Oh god yes.
The book has been launched to, well, some form of acclaim, some guy accuses Serra of ravaging poor Lovecraft, drama happens on Goodreads (imagine that) and Lindsay gets distracted by Transformers.
If you look upon this and think, “I MUST make it,” please don’t tell me. Just quietly send us a portion of the profits.
A review of a small desert community where the sun is hot, the gay love interest is beautiful, and strange fangirlish notions pass through our heads as we try to sleep. Also, there's a floating cat. Welcome to Night Vale…
Rantasmo discusses Cutie Honey the Live, a fun martial arts adventure with some big ol' problems.
Spoiler-heavy look at several recent titles and their use of violence as narrative element.
We held the launch party for ~*~AWOKEN~*~ at Enigma Bookstore in Astoria, featuring a dramatic reading by Mr. Kyle Kallgren.
Okay, One Direction are just baiting me now.
Yes, The Mortal Instruments, the last in a string in YA adaptations, flopped. Yes, it was terrible. But that's not necessarily the book's fault.