‘Blossoms in Autumn’ reviewed by John Seven
Following the success of volumes 1 and 2, Dynamite will release volume 3 of New York Times bestselling author Brandon Sanderson’s White Sand scifi/fantasy saga. Written by Sanderson and co-writer Rik Hoskin (Red Rising, Mercy Thompson) and drawn by Fritz Casas (Red Sonja, Miss Fury) this latest installment in the Cosmere tapestry will finish out […]
The Wakefield twins are back this May in Dynamite’s first ever original graphic novel based on the beloved Sweet Valley High books. Academic All-Star? reinvents Francine Pascal’s wildly popular soap opera series, with long-time fan Katy Rex (Charmed Magic School, Jade Protection Services) on writing duties, Devaki Neogi (The Sceptics, Curb Stomp) on art, and […]
When all of the adults in Bayport go missing, the world’s top teen detectives are on the case. This June, Dynamite launches Nancy Drew & the Hardy Boys: The Mystery of the Missing Adults, an all-ages original graphic novel featuring everyone’s favorite sleuths on a non-stop adventure filled with sibling rivalry, crushes, a skeleton, and […]
John Seven reviews ‘Nobody’s Fool: The Life and Times of Schlitzie the Pinhead by Bill Griffith’
Exclusive Cover Reveal: C.R. Chua and Paolo Chikiamco’s Thrilling Fantasy Epic About a Young Woman’s Journey to Save Her People in October 2019.
John Seven reviews “Yasmina and The Potato Eaters Part 1” By Wauter Mannaert
The initial line-up of books will cover topics like the Constitution, the role of news media, and citizenship.
John Seven reviews ‘The Perineum Technique’ by Florent Ruppert and Jérôme Mulot
Bookstores! They’re so full of . . . books. But what about comics? What’s their place there? How can people who make comics work to try to find their work a home in a physical space that mostly reaches book readers? What is the audience like? Today we talk to Greenlight Bookstore co-owner Jessica Stockton […]