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5 Metafictional Stories with Heart

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5 Metafictional Stories with Heart

Tyler Hayes’s The Imaginary Corpse is one of the year’s most unexpected, unusual fantasy novels: ostensibly a silly noir adventure about a...
A Dream Cast for the Netflix Adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman

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A Dream Cast for the Netflix Adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman

We’ve lost count of all the rumors and false starts surrounding the film adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s seminal comic series The Sandman. Efforts...
10 Vertigo Series That Changed Comics

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10 Vertigo Series That Changed Comics

With the sad news that DC Comics is shuttering it’s Vertigo imprint in favor of grouping their comic titles by age-appropriateness, it’s time to honor...
5 Fantasy Books Guillermo del Toro Needs to Adapt

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5 Fantasy Books Guillermo del Toro Needs to Adapt

Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Blending dark fantasy and political violence in Francisco...
Check Out 7 More of Our Favorite Magical Libraries

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Check Out 7 More of Our Favorite Magical Libraries

Speaking in purely mercenary terms, writing about magical libraries is a good bet: readers are readers, which means they likely have many happy memories...
What I Learned from Reading The Sandman: Overture

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What I Learned from Reading The Sandman: Overture

I was afraid to read The Sandman: Overture, Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams’s prequel-which-is-not-a-prequel to Gaiman’s beloved The Sandman,...
November’s Top Picks in Graphic Novels

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November’s Top Picks in Graphic Novels

Graphic novels are just like the movies: summer is for the big, splashy blockbusters, but fall is where you find the stuff that’s a little subtler,...
Graphic Novels for 6 Types of Fantasy Fans

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Graphic Novels for 6 Types of Fantasy Fans

We’ve already told you what graphic novels to read if you love sci-fi, but there’s plenty out there for fantasy fans too. True, there are...

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Throwback Thursday: Saying No to Death in The Sandman

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Throwback Thursday: Saying No to Death in The Sandman

There’s a scene in Season of Mists, the fourth volume of The Sandman, when a boy who’s been murdered by ghosts refuses to leave the world. He...
The SF/F Breakfast Club

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The SF/F Breakfast Club

In news that may have you pondering your own mortality, 2015 marks the 30th anniversary of the John Hughes classic The Breakfast Club. Though truly,...
Neil Gaiman on Dangerous Fiction, His First Short Story, and Trigger Warning

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Neil Gaiman on Dangerous Fiction, His First Short Story, and Trigger Warning

Neil Gaiman is a remarkably affable fellow. Even a few minutes after finishing signing several hundred books, even several minutes before heading out...

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