New Book Releases, Week of May 6th, 2012


Here’s this week’s new fantasy, scifi and horror book releases. Click on the title to see covers. Released Tuesday, May 8, 2012 Abandon Book 2: Underworld, by Meg Cabot From #1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot, the dark reimagining of the Persephone myth begun in ABANDON continues … into the Underworld. Seventeen-year-old Pierce Oliviera [...]

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Last Week In Trailers: “Prometheus”, “The Dark Knight Rises”, “The Amazing Spider-Man”

The amazing new Prometheus (comes out on June 8th) trailer is the longest so far, and it shows much more new footage, which looks exceedingly creepy. Is it June yet? Sometimes, a trailer is worth a thousand words. The Dark Knight Rises comes out on July 20th. The latest trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man features extensive [...]

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New Night of the Templar Poster Available!


The stage is set for retribution as an eclectic group is lured to a secluded EUROPEAN CASTLE under the guise of a promised “fantasy weekend.” And as they read from an obscure storybook, a nefarious tale of avarice is reenacted for their entertainment. However, they are unaware that they have been gathered for their own personal [...]

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Marvel’s The Avengers Dual Movie Review – Bounding Beyond Even the Highest Expectations


Jackie’s Review (as an avid fan of the comic books)  Oh Joss Whedon. You’ve done it again, and for that I salute you. Marvel’s The Avengers was spectacular from every angle. The action was suspenseful and engaging. The storyline was Marvel-universe worthy. The wit was true to character and perfectly timed for laugh-out-loud moments of comedic [...]

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The New DC #1 Issues Expand into Another Universe This Week with Earth-2 #1 and World’s Finest #1

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Earth-2 Author James Robinson is no stranger to the Earth-2 scene. And almost 20 years after his first mini-series in this alternate DC dimension, he proves that again. Not familiar with Earth-2? No problem! That is, of course, DC’s point with starting every issue back at #1. (Though if you do want to know more, read [...]

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2 New Clips Released for Men In Black 3


Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back… in time. J has seen some inexplicable things in his 15 years with the Men in Black, but nothing, not even aliens, perplexes him as much as his wry, reticent partner. But when K’s life and the fate of the planet are put at stake, [...]

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“Spirit’s Princess” by Esther Friesner is a Spirit-Filled Coming-of-Age Story Set in Ancient Japan

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I just had the pleasure of reading a lovely coming-of-age story by author Esther Friesner, who is best known recently for her Princess of Myth series. Spirit’s Princess is the newest book in this series, and it delivered an interesting and compelling story of a girl growing up and the trials that led her to become [...]

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Francis Lawrence Officially Brought on as Director of “Catching Fire”

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Director Gary Ross is no more in The Hunger Games movie franchise. It’s been said for a little while that he was no longer on the project, and it’s confirmed that he’s officially been replaced by Lionsgate with director Francis Lawrence. What does this mean for the second movie in The Hunger Games series, Catching Fire? Well, Lawrence [...]

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Cover for the Final “Wheel of Time” Book Revealed!


It’s here! The final cover in the Wheel of Time series has finally been revealed. Artist Michael Whelan (who stepped in to make the last cover after WoT cover artist Darrell K. Sweet passed away) talked about his process of making this beautiful cover, which I’ve posted below. I had no idea so much went into [...]

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Throwback Review: Bikini Girls on Ice Brings Nothing New, but Isn’t Horrible


When a bus-load of womens college soccer players get stranded on their way to a bikini car-wash fundraiser, they decide to set-up shop in front of an abandoned gas station on the edge of town. Little do they know the place is the stalking-grounds for a homicidal maniac mechanic named Moe. (Synopsis from With a [...]

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