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REVIEW: The Accursed by Joyce Carol Oates

REVIEW: The Accursed by Joyce Carol Oates

At first glance, you might think that Joyce Carol Oates’ new novel The Accursed is, at 667 pages, a daunting tome – and you’d be right. Full to bursting with plot and political/cultural/social subtext, The Accursed is hardly an easy [...]

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Comics 101, #004: Young Avengers (2013)

Comics 101, #004: Young Avengers (2013)

Comics 101 is an introduction to comics and graphic novels for those who are interested in trying comics, but are unsure of what to try. The Comics 101 series is aimed particularly at female readers who may be interested in [...]

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Fringe’s Father

Fringe’s Father

Walter Bishop sits behind a small folding table at St. Claire’s mental institution. His beard is as frayed at his mind and his eyes are hollow and piercing. Walter is both a genius and a snack-craving fool. I’m often unsure [...]

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Ink Blog Tour and Giveaways

Ink Blog Tour and Giveaways

Girls in Capes is thrilled to be one of the blog tour stops for Amanda Sun’s Ink. We have a review and two giveaways, so watch out for those. And now, without further ado, here’s Ink! Title: Ink Author: Amanda Sun Release Date: [...]

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Our Favorite Things: Fujioka Ryouji

Our Favorite Things: Fujioka Ryouji

Sometimes it’s hard to find fathers in anime who aren’t total jackwagons. (It can be hard to find non-jackwagon fathers in any sort of show, but we discussed that already.) In some of my favorite anime, the fathers are either [...]

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Zuko’s Red and Blue Dragons

Zuko’s Red and Blue Dragons

I arrived late to watching Avatar: The Last Airbender.  I finally got around to watching the series last summer when I started watching its sequel series, Legend of Korra.  It didn’t take too long for me to fall in love [...]

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