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Comics & Graphic Novels

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On June 14-15, thousands of comic book enthusiasts poured into the Javits Center in New York City for the first-ever Special Edition: NYC, a...

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Comic books have made a fascinating forum for the real-life strides and setbacks of LGBT rights, from antagonism to acceptance. Despite the dark days...

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William Shakespeare, the illustrious Bard who lived and died on his own birthday, would have been 450 years old today. The reach of his...

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There are few things as horrifying (or as taboo!) as cannibalism. Different books address the practice in different ways: There are nonfiction accounts of...

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Does Jacob Black sing Shakira’s “She Wolf” into his hairbrush when no one else is around? Does Chase Insteadman listen to OneOhTrix Point Never?...

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Before I started writing full-time about books, I carried a pretty stereotypical disdain for romance. When all I knew were the cheesy Fabio covers...

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When Max Brooks first published World War Z, some readers failed to recognize that Mel Brooks' son had written a completely serious oral history...

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We love the #ReadWomen2014 movement, but we find that the female authors and their books recommended often fall into the category of literary fiction....

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Randall Munroe has been writing the irreverent, nerdy (in the best way), super-smart webcomic XKCD since 2005, and released xkcd: volume 0 in 2010. But did...

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Geeky theater has started to hit its stride in the past few years, especially in the New York City indie theater scene. And while...

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