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Editor’s Letter: More Than a Fantasy

Editor’s Letter: More Than a Fantasy

I can remember very clearly the bright green spine that caught my attention, and the cover illustration of a teenage girl holding a tiny, bright orange griffin.  I was eleven that year, and in the sixth grade, my love of [...]

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REVIEW: Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman

REVIEW: Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman

Political intrigue. Secrecy. Discrimination. Government plots. Mysterious science. No, it’s not present-day. It’s the Elizabethan Age – the year 1602, to be exact. A little background on this title: In 2000, Joe Quesada, then a comic book editor for Marvel Comics’ Marvel [...]

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