Kelly Cipera has been a bookworm from a very early age, discovering the fantasy genre in the 7th grade by reading The Smallest Dragonboy by Anne McCaffrey during an English class. After that it was too late; science fiction and fantasy became insatiable habits helped along by her father. Married to a rocket scientist, she now lives in Virginia and continues to read voraciously.
As a result of the recent earthquake and after shocks in Haiti, thousands upon thousands have been left dead and untold numbers more are left injured, homeless, or lost in the rubble. I don't know of a geeky way to help. I only know that geeks and Read More
This third issue is another great installment to The Anchor coming out from BOOM! Studios. If you haven't checked it out yet, what the heck are you waiting for? Issue #2 had me wondering what was going to happen to Clem and Hofi (OK, mostly Clem) and Read More
Copper Age is a dark gothic comic brought to you by Tom Brown and Brynneth Colvin. The darker mood will be more up the alley of fans of Poe than my last few Webcomic Wednesdays have been, but I don't think that you necessarily have to be a fan of gothic Read More
I was first introduced to Kawaii Not not as a webcomic, but in print at a local bookstore. It was recently that a friend informed me that Kawaii Not was, in fact, a webcomic. I knew I had to try and talk to the creator, and fortunately for me (and you!) Read More
Tobias Hill is the author of a tale set in modern day Sparta where terror never died. The Hidden made it to the number 2 spot on the recent Best Books of 2009 list for a good reason: you'll be thinking about it long after you've finished reading. I had Read More
Tails is a webcomic about Ethan Young, a young man who has problems just like the rest of us, and some problems on top of that. He lives at home, but his room is overrun by cats he and his ex-girlfriend saved from shelters. Read More
Reading with Pictures is an organization that supports early childhood literacy through comic books. I had the opportunity to ask founder Josh Elder a few questions about his organization, and I also want to share with you what you can do to help them Read More
Finally, the moment you've all been waiting for: the final five books on our Best Books of 2009 list! For a selection of books from both experienced and newly-published authors, the quality that each of these books displays is highly impressive. Read More
As 2009 winds down, Paige MacGregor and Kelly Melcher decided to take a look back at the books released this year in an effort to create a Best Books of 2009 list for our Fandomania readers. The list will be divided into three segments of five books Read More
Kukuburi by Ramón Pérez has an artistic style that I would best describe as being surrealist fairy tale. Every frame is saturated with color, and the detail is quite unique in the realm of webcomics. Fortunately for me, and for the readers of this Read More
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