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Book Review: Tales from the Crossroad – Editors David Niall Wilson, David Dodd

TALES FROM THE CROSSROAD The world of publishing has changed, but while many companies are either trying to desperately to cope with these changes or coming up with new and exciting ways to exploit them, Crossroad Press is doing a damn fine job of showing how it can be done right. They’ve got a fairly extensive and consistently growing catalog …

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Book Review: The Purpose Guided Universe – Author Bernard Haisch

Written by Bernard Haisch Published by New Page Books Publication Date: 2010 Format: Black /White Hardcover – 222 pages Price: $19.99 If anything is evident in modern culture, it’s that the discussions of God, science, Darwin and the meaning of life have risen to the forefront. This aspect has found it’s way into authors, films, and heavy radio discussion that …

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Book Review: The Road to Nowhere – Author Lee Argus

THE ROAD TO NOWHERE By: Lee Argus Permuted Press Publishing 113 Pages A man awakens within the confines of a desolate, abandoned hospital only to realize he has amnesia. Struggling to stay alive he flees the institution while desperately trying to unravel the mystery of his past while thwarting the clutches of the walking dead infesting civilization. Will he unveil …

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Book Review: The Mammoth Book of Zombie Comics – Author David Kendall

THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF ZOMBIE COMICS (PAPERBACK) by David Kendall Published by Running Press Publication Date: 2008 Format: Black / White – 480 pages Price: $17.95 Wow… what can you say about zombie comics that hasn’t been said already? Well this edition in fact is a bit different of a format. Black and white through-out and bound into a fat …

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Book Review: The Superhero Book – Author Gina Misiroglu

The Superhero Book: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Comic-Book Icons and Hollywood Heroes – Author Gina Misiroglu The fascination with heroes and villains is stronger than ever with the birth of proper cinema-realized super heroes. Super heroes are nothing new as they have been with us since childhood. They were in fact a major part of my upbringing and learning about …

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Book Review: Arkham Asylum – Author Grant Morrison

Since his creation, the Batman has undergone a variety of radical reassessments. From the camp parody version of the sixties, to the dark vigilante of the seventies, to the big-budgeted merchandising exercises of the nineties, finally to arrive in this new century with a film adaptation that seems to please both Batman fans and mainstream audiences alike. But the character …

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