A Smurf sighting. The very first hint of the existence of characters that would create a multimedia licensing empire for Peyo.
I’m always excited to see a new Studio Ghibli steel book available for the U.S. market, especially when it’s one of Isao Takahata’s gems.
And he’s absolutely right to be. One of us. One of us.
The world is alright. I’m hanging out in the backyard all poolside with new Tillie Walden comics.
South African Wonder Woman sighting. Gracious.
Claudia Gray continues being THE author of the new Star Wars novel canon.
The creator of Erevis Cale of Forgotten Realms fame got the call to write Star Wars novels. I talk to him and make my pitch to be part of EU legend canon.
Scott. Is this a Star War?
This guy went on to co-create iZombie.
An interview with another author who has since gone on to really make a name for himself in science fiction with Children of Time & has a lot of smart things to say about fantasy and writing.
Read his books, don’t use him as your life line.
I talk to the guy who wrote the best fantasy series of all time and maybe my favorite work of fiction.
The co-creator of my favorite fantasy setting and book series of all time talks to me. Not you.
Scott Lynch’s follow-up to The Lies of Locke Lamora improves upon that exciting debut.
This guy arguably has the best science fiction/fantasy novel of this century in Blade of Tyshalle.
I told Kelly that her stories were on the level of Ted Chiang. Future me typing this can say I was right.