Saturday, October 25, 2014

YA Queen Julie Kagawa lands Universal Movie Deal

Universal Pictures has joined forces with hot-to-trot YA fantasy fiction writer, Julie Kagawa for a yet untitled book deal with Chris Morgan of “Fast and Furious” and “Wanted” fame attached to produce, No related posts.

“Halo: Silentium” release date set

November 1, 2012 by  
Filed under Entertainment, Gaming, Print

Tor Books has announce the final release date for the third novel in the New York Times bestselling Halo Forerunner Saga, “Halo: Silentium,” written by legendary science fiction author Greg Bear.  The first two books of the Forerunner Saga, “Halo: Cryptum” and “Halo: Primordium” are currently available in trade paperback, e-book, and audiobook. This newest book […]

Game of Thrones Season 2 Episode 9: Blackwater Review

Game of Thrones episodes tend to be widely spread out, mainly detailing the three leading families of Westeros in the wake of the fall of the fourth, across numerous far-flung cities. “Blackwater”, however, focuses almost entirely on the Lannisters, (the presumed antagonists), and a single city, (the capital city King’s Landing).  The short review is […]

Thor: Review

Shakespearean actor/director Kenneth Branaugh breathes fresh air in Marvel’s latest superhero outing, Thor, the story of the Nordic god of thunder’s fall from grace and quest for redemption.

Brandon Sanderson’s Epic Fantasy Novel “Way of Kings” Book Tour Announced

August 30, 2010 by  
Filed under News, Print

uthor Brandon Sanderson’s “Way of Kings,” an upcoming epic fantasy novel, is set to be released on August 31, 2010 by Tor Books. “Kings” is the first volume in a planned ten-novel series called The Stormlight Archive.

Heroes Channels Buffy, Mines Familiar Ground

“Heroes” made its fourth season debut last week with a greatly anticipated, and widely watched, 2-hour opener. In keeping with tradition, the new season starts off with a strong message that is meant to bind subsequent episodes into a cohesive collection of stories. This year’s theme is redemption, and it’s a new crop of super humans moonlighting in a strange and melancholic circus act that will set everyone free in ways as yet not fully known. Why these new characters have been introduced when a multitude of others have vanished without their storylines first being resolved is a mystery.