Deadbeat - Makes You Stronger (review here) proves that sometimes death is only the start of our problems. We recently chatted with author Guy Adams about his new novel, what inspired its dark moments and what lies ahead for the Deadbeat series.
Ecko Rising (review here) by Danie Ware takes the reader on an amazing sci-fi adventure like no other. We recently chatted with the author about her new novel, the next two books in the trilogy, and more.
The new novel Supernatural: Carved in Flesh (review here) is now available from Titan Books, and we recently chatted with author Tim Waggoner about the supernatural journey ahead, what the Winchester brothers are up against this time and much more.
Titan Books released Everybody Loves Tank Girl on February 22, 2013, so we recently sat down with Illustrator Jim Mahfood to discuss the book in further detail and get an insider look at the series and the new direction that comics are taking today. Read on to learn more!
In the new novel Supernatural: Fresh Meat (releasing February 19th from Titan Books), Sam and Dean must solve a mystery in Sierra Nevada regarding a monster with a craving for human flesh.
The Warlord of the Air by Michael Moorcock is now available from most major retailers for the MSRP of $9.95. We recently spoke with the author to get more details regarding the series that all science fiction fans will want to check out. Read on to learn more!
A brand-new novel in Kim Newman's Anno Dracula series, Anno Dracula: Johnny Alucard, brings the series Stateside to Andy Warhol's New York and Orson Welles' Hollywood, and we have a look at the book's cover and more details right here!
While we were bummed to learn that Stephen King's The Shining sequel, Doctor Sleep, has been pushed back to September of 2013, we do have his pulpy whodunit Joyland to look forward to a few months earlier in June. Check out the newly released cover art!
When Supernatural: Rite of Passage is released on August 14, 2012, readers will go on a ride with Sam, Dean and Bobby as they head to the town of Laurel Hill, New Jersey, following a series of unlucky incidents occurring in the small city.
For the hardcore fans of the "Supernatural" television series, fan fiction based on their favorite show has become just as big a part of the series' legacy as the TV show itself.
Written by Lee Brimmicombe-Wood Published by Titan Books