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Kathryn Adams

Binary System Podcast #95: WTNV #113 “Niecelet” and many tangents

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Binary System Podcast #95: WTNV #113 “Niecelet” and many tangents

It’s a nice rambly podcast this week, first with a Night Vale recap where Cecil talks about eclipses you can’t see from this planet and then gets stuck in his own recording booth. And then Elizabeth drags the podcast off on not one but TWO tangents, once about mythical two-headed snakes and another about alien tourists on Earth. And finally a segue into the Defenders, John Barrowman’s awesome DragonCon cosplay, sand castles, Lady Killer, Motor Girl, conventions, Cabin in the Woods, and “My Dad Wrote a Porno.

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Kathryn Adams

Review: Down Among the Sticks and Bones

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Review: Down Among the Sticks and Bones

The first novella in Seanan McGuire’s Wayward Children series introduced us to identical twins Jacqueline and Jillian (or Jack and Jill, “…because our parents should never have been allowed to name their own children.”) The siblings were just two of the students at Eleanor West’s Home For Wayward Children, a school and halfway home for those who once stepped through a doorway into some kind of fairyland, and who would now do anything to be able to go back.

Down Among the Sticks and Bones is not the story about Eleanor West’s school. This is the story about how Jack and Jill ended up in fairyland in the first place.

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llyzabeth

SDCC 2017 – Mairghread Scott & David Rodriguez of IDW’s Transformers

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SDCC 2017 – Mairghread Scott & David Rodriguez of IDW’s Transformers

At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con we got to talk for a few minutes with IDW’s David Rodriguez and Mairghread Scott, writers for IDW’s Transformers. We discussed the end of Mairghread’s Till All Are One series (and why she wrote Starscream the way she did, because almost against our will we became huge fans of the character) and about IDW’s new First Strike arc and what that means for the Transformers and G.I. Joe. Check it out after the jump!

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llyzabeth

Ways to help victims of Hurricane Harvey

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Ways to help victims of Hurricane Harvey

We wanted to take a moment to point people towards sites where you can donate money to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Even a little bit helps, the situation is catastrophic right now and anything you can do would be amazing. CNN and publicgood.com have a list of 18 charities that have been verified as legit (watch out for scam donation sites) and you can find that here, or there’s a list below:

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Stephanie Agnes

Comic Con Palm Springs 2017: Lego Room Photo Gallery

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Comic Con Palm Springs 2017: Lego Room Photo Gallery

Calling all Lego Fans! This Awesome display was flawlessly put together by the talented members of Cactus Brick, Arizona Lego User Group. There were several displays from Star Wars Legos , to the Avengers, Story-time characters, & many more. Take a closer look and see who you can spot!

 

“Cactus Brick is a group of adults who collect, build, and share ideas about LEGO.”

 

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llyzabeth

Review and Preview – Optimus Prime #10

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Review and Preview – Optimus Prime #10

But things ARE looking bad.”
“Such is the way of combat, storyteller…if war looked good, why would we do anything else?”

It’s a story about medieval Primes and ancient battles, while in the present Starscream smirks and says snarky things about humans. See below for preview pages and a review of Optimus Prime #10.  

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