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Comics Review: John Carpenter’s Night Terrors: Graveyard Moon

John Carpenter's Night Terrors: Graveyard Moon graphic novel

John Carpenter’s Night Terrors: Graveyard Moon
Paperback Graphic Novel
Written by Steve Niles
Pencils by Stephen B. Scott
Inks by Rodney Ramos
Colors by Lovern Kindzierski
Lettering by Janice Chiang
Edited by Sandy King
Publisher: Storm King Comics
Release date: September 22, 2020

Storm King Comics is the brainchild of producer extraordinaire Sandy King and horror master John Carpenter. Carpenter co-wrote the flagship first comic Asylum, and the duo have contributed to the annual Tales For a HalloweeNight anthologies. In recent years, Storm King has branched out of this world with John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction, a multi-issue anthology series. Always innovating, John Carpenter’s Night Terrors is a new line of graphic novels and the first in the line is Graveyard Moon, written by 30 Days of Night co-creator Steve Niles and featuring a dream team of artists and Storm King alum […]

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Fall 2020 Book Recommendations

Fall 2020 Book Recommendations

Fall is almost here and with it comes lots of great new book releases. I’m an avid reader, but this year thanks to being mostly indoors because of COVID-19, I’ve already read more books in the last six months than I typically do in any given year. Probably three times as many. So, I’m really looking forward to this Fall’s new releases to keep me occupied.

Below are some books I personally am looking forward to this Fall, listed here in order of release date, starting with books releasing in September 2020. After this main list, I’ve included some picks for books that came out earlier this year that maybe you missed, and then some others that are older, but there’s a good reason to get to reading them now.

Continue on to check out my Fall 2020 Book Recommendations…

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Book Review: Echoes of Darkness: Book 2 in the Echoes Trilogy by Cheryl Campbell

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Echoes of Darkness
Book 2 in the Echoes Trilogy
Paperback | Kindle
By Cheryl Campbell
Publisher: Sonar Press
Paperback release date: October 5, 2020

The war for Earth between the alien Echo Wardens, who want nothing more than to exterminate all humans, and the partnership between humans and their Echo allies continues to rage on. Dani, a unique Echo ally who regens (ability to die and come back to life at a younger age) to a 10-year girl with few memories, still grows to lead offensive missions to take back their cities. Her sights are set on reclaiming Boston, despite a past that is but a fragment of a horrible memory.

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Assault Lily Bouquet ‒ Episode 4

The continuous drip-feed of every component of Assault Lily instead of any real attempt to focus means we’re still trying to get a handle on all the characters and relationships at this point in the story.

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Wandering Witch – The Journey of Elaina ‒ Episode 4

The Princess Without Subjects” tells a suitably tragic tale without ever really finding a point or lesson in any of it.

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Haikyu!! To The Top ‒ Episode 17

Do we need to cut away from Karasuno’s match right in the middle? Maybe not, but it’s definitely important to see what Nekoma’s up to.

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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III ‒ Episode 4

Wiene and her fellow Xenos are in a lot of trouble, having fallen into Ikelos Familia’s trap, and Hestia Familia has a lot to mull over before they can even think about going back down.

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Human Lost BR/DVD

While the ambitious effort here is laudable, it does not quite work because the script delves too deeply into scientific gobbledygook and gets too distracted by the movie also needing to be a visual spectacle.

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Gundam’s Latest Face Masks Lets You Become Char or Zabi

Stay safe out there with STYLE!

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Fujihiko Hosono Ends Buddy Dog Manga

Manga’s 11th, final volume ships on December 25