They say she’s a cross dog.
In 1954, Frederic Wertham, a psychiatrist and advocate for underprivileged children, published Seduction of the Innocent, a book which would go on to decimate the comics industry of the 1950s…
Delia and Odette have a great thing going: Delia does the magic, Odette grabs the wallets. But when they grift the wrong person, Delia must face her fear of touch to save Odette from a madman’s sadistic game. “The Chimes of Baoding” is the first installment in “Mystery Illusion Theatre,” a new series of stories
About a year ago, I had the opportunity to interview Henry about fans, fandom, and his love of comics for my book. Last week, he was gracious enough to interview me about continuity, the decline of comics readership, accessibility…
Whiz!Bam!Pow! is back!
Book Two continues and deepens the tale begun in A Linen Forcefield and Book One – Ollie by going backwards
The best part about having written a book (the writing of the book, with all its ups and downs and twists and turns is, and forever will be, my favorite part) is that I get to chat with some really cool people.
I’d very much like to write something. Anything.
In the space of seven weeks, I’ve watched the two women who inspired or encouraged me more than any other to write something, anything, lowered into the ground.
In this new piece at ComicStoryworld, the companion site to my book Comics for Film, Games, and Animation, I lay out my vision for the next series of BATMAN films, one that will bring something new to the table, and hopefully, something exciting.
A compilation of new interviews from ComicStoryworld with Dr. Christy Dena and novelists Megan Abbott (Dare Me) and Alison Gaylin (Into the Dark).