Thanks for the Nightmares: Interview with Jeremy Shipp

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Jeremy Shipp is a horror/fantasy/science author who’s visceral imagery makes his written work feel like feature films. My introduction to the  Bram Stoker Award-nominated author was with his novel Bedfellow, which left me pleasantly bewildered. It’s a well-crafted, non-linear narrative that engages the senses and challenges perceptions. While working on a new project, Jeremy agreed …

Inks & Issues #75 - Noragami: Stray God Part 2 w/Michael DiMauro
Inks & Issues #74 - Noragami: Stray God Part 1 w/Michael DiMauro
Inks & Issues #74 - Noragami: Stray God Part 1 w/Michael DiMauro

Inks & Issues #74 – Noragami: Stray God Part 1 w/Michael DiMauro

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Everybody be cool. Our boss is here and we want to make a good impression. That’s right friends, we are joined by none other than Michael DiMauro of “Greetings Adventurers”, “Dear Internet”, and one of the founders of GeeklyInc. This week we review the first several chapters of Noragami: Stray God, a manga that about …

Inks & Issues #73 - Age of Apocalypse Part 3 w/Pat Edwards

Sophie Cameron’s New Novel Will Have You Ready To Board The Last Bus To Everland

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Sophie Cameron’s newest release Last Bus to Everland follows Brody Fair who, after meeting a boy named Nico, is shown a diverse magical place called Everland. In Everland, time stands still, rules are nonexistent, and the party is always going. This novel is an addition to the portal genre novel that deals with human truths, …

Inks & Issues #72 - Age of Apocalypse Part 2 w/Pat Edwards