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They’re Not Just for Kids

They’re Not Just for Kids

Cartoons have never been just for kids, strictly speaking. In fact, some of the earliest cartoons, such as Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny, were occasionally used as war propaganda to indoctrinate both kids and adults. For its part, anime has [...]

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REVIEW: Snowblind by Christopher Golden

REVIEW: Snowblind by Christopher Golden

Twelve years ago in Christopher Golden’s Snowblind, the town of Coventry, Massachusetts was visited by a snowstorm of epic proportions (if you live on the East Coast, think of the crazy winter weather we got, and then multiply that by [...]

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An Interview with Suzanne Kamata

An Interview with Suzanne Kamata

This week, we're visiting with Suzanne Kamata, author of SCREAMING DIVAS.  This contemporary YA novel follows four girls as they form a punk band, and you can check out the tour giveaway at the end of the interview. Trudy, Cassie, Harumi, [...]

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Don’t Just Pull The Trigger

Don’t Just Pull The Trigger

Before bubbling, swelling, and exploding into blood-vapor, potential criminals in the Psycho-Pass universe are evaluated by the Sibyl System, a networked intelligence that evaluates an individual’s level of psychosis and how likely that person is to commit a crime. Law [...]

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Six Podcast Episodes Devoted to Voice Actors

Six Podcast Episodes Devoted to Voice Actors

This month's animation theme posed a slight dilemma—how do you find something related to animation to write about when you're supposed to be focusing on audio mediums? But then the answer popped out of nowhere: those amazingly talented people known [...]

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On Our List: April 2014

On Our List: April 2014

"After years of coming across "Moisturize me" jokes, references to a numbered Doctor, and some admittedly creepy photos of stone angels that moved while you weren't looking, I decided it was high time I took a ride in the Tardis and met this ever-changing [...]

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REVIEW: Rachel Bach’s Paradox trilogy

REVIEW: Rachel Bach’s Paradox trilogy

Deviana "Devi" Morris is an armored mercenary who dreams of becoming a Devastator, which is why she takes a job on Brian Caldswell's ship, the most notoriously dangerous job for a merc. But even though Devi's a tough nut to [...]

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