‘Blackbirds’ by Chuck Wendig is a Fun Albeit Average Book About Seeing Death and Fighting Fate

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Chuck Wendig’s book Blackbirds is filled with crude language and a gritty reality for the main character, Miriam Black. This book was a fun read, providing a nice escape for a few hours, and although it isn’t the best book I’ve ever read in my life, I dont’ feel like it was a waste of time. [...]

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New Book Releases, Week of April 22, 2012


Here’s a list of this week’s new scifi, fantasy, and horror books. Click on the title to view the covers! Released Tuesday, April 24, 2012 Rage of the Dragon (Dragonships), by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman From New York Times bestselling authors Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman comes Rage of the Dragon, the action-packed third book in their Dragonships [...]

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We’re Alive: The Zombie Story of Survival Brings Zombie Fiction to Our Ears


We’re Alive: The Zombie Story of Survival is an audio drama that tells the story of a band of survivors who come together to try to survive and grow after the zombie apocalypse. Here is the synopsis from www.tvtropes.org: When a tiny riot in Los Angeles turns out to be not so tiny after all, US [...]

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Newest DLC for “Batman: Arkham City” is revealed – “Harley Quinn’s Revenge”


For over a month now, we have been hearing rumors and speculations regarding a potential story DLC, not just new challenge packs or character skins, for one of 2011’s best games, Batman: Arkham City.  The title has many record-breaking sales and not to mention, racking up plenty of industry awards. Now, six months after the titles [...]

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Supernatural: “Of Grave Importance”


Supernatural returned this Friday with “Of Grave Importance”, a bittersweet episode full of the things Supernatural deals with best – ghosts and the emotional torture of the Winchester brothers. Sam and Dean get a call from their hunter friend Annie while she is working on a case, and the three agree to meet. Only Annie never [...]

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This Week In Trailers: “Prometheus”, “Dark Shadows”, “Area 407″


The newest piece of Prometheus promotion is a viral video introducing David, an android, played by Michael Fassbender. This is probably the most fascinating Prometheus video yet. It gives us a look at what David is capable of, and there is something really eerie about Michael Fassbender’s performance. Prometheus comes out on June 8th. Check out [...]

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Grandsons of Tolkien and Dickens Collaborate on Two Fantasy Novels


Michael Tolkien is a poet, novelist, and also the eldest grandson of classic and beloved fantasy writer, JRR Tolkien. He is currently writing two novels based upon the stories that his grandfather used to read to him as a child. The first book, Wish, is to be published by Thames River Press. The plot was inspired [...]

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Genetiks TM #1 from Small Publisher Archaia is a Great Read for those who Like the Science in Science Fiction


What happens to Thomas Hale when the company he works for cracks his genetic code? Genetiks is a pharmaceutical company on the cutting edge of biological science. Thomas Hale is one of thousands of employees in the Genetiks’ labs. Like his colleagues, he had agreed to give a drop of blood to his employers; a drop [...]

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Last Week In Trailers: “Looper”, “The Amazing Spider-Man”, “The Avengers”


The first official trailer for Looper offers an intriguing concept of time travel and feels somewhat reminiscent of The Adjustment Bureau. Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis and Emily Blunt, Looper comes out on September 28th. Here’s the synopsis from IMDB: In the year 2042, a mob hitman assassinates targets that arrive from the future of 2072. [...]

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“Dead Space 3″ temporarily up for pre-order at a South American retailer


There are games out there that, despite the publisher being completely silent about it, are pretty much assumed to be in development.  Dead Space 3 is definitely one of them.  Although Electronic Arts has not officially announced anything, the game has gone up for pre-order at South African retailer, BT Games. BT Games are the same guys that [...]

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