• Book Review: The Black Ledger by D.G. Allen

    This well-written debut novel takes bits and pieces of several different literary genres and mixes them up into a category that defies description.  The book, which is written in the first person, initially starts out like a contemporary family drama, then changes to a gritty crime thriller and finishes up as a murder mystery.  Your road on […]

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  • Fly Your Fangirl Flag

    Growing up, I was never an athletic person. I dabbled in the world of the arts: dance and acting. Eventually, I became immersed in the world of books, TV shows and movies. Suffice to say, I became a fangirl. Or as others would so nicely put it, ‘a nerd’. But being a fangirl has landed me […]

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  • Comic Review: The Upyri Universe

    Upyri (you-pie-ree) Omnibus is a graphic novel that features the first three titles of the Upyri universe. In this universe the supernatural run rampant. This series focuses on vampires and all the mortal perils they face. The three titles in the omnibus are unique and offer different perspectives on what it really means to live […]

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  • Comic News: THE OLD GUARD Rushed Back to Print

    In order to keep up with overwhelming customer demand, Image Comics has announced that THE OLD GUARD by Greg Rucka and Leo Fernandez is being sent back to print. THE OLD GUARD follows immortal soldier Andromache (“Andy”) and her comrades as they offer their services to those who can pay for it. Immortality doesn’t come without […]

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  • Comic Review: DAYDREAMER & TEN:01

    I was recently at Onyx Con 2017 here in Atlanta. This convention showcases independent comic writers and artists, whose work features African-American characters. I picked up two issues of Nicholas Hoo’s comic book DAYDREAMER. DAYDREAMER #0 Promises adroitly sets up a world of despair and intrigue, while leaving the reader to ponder exactly what kind of disarray the […]

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