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  • Image Expo: Warren Ellis, Kurt Busiek, Jeff Lemire conjure new titles

     
    New highs, warthog wizards and a robot boy on the run figure into upcoming Image Comics titles from acclaimed writers […]...
  • Comic-Con 2014: Cumberbatch, Radcliffe sightings and more in San Diego

     
    If you're planning to spend any time in downtown San Diego this weekend, keep an eye out for Homer Simpson's […]...
  • Batman 75: Marc Tyler Nobleman on ‘uncredited co-creator’ Bill Finger

     
    After 75 years, it's hard for any story to add a new twist. But today, as part of the Batman […]...
  • Edan Lepucki thanks Colbert Nation for making 'California' a hit

    Edan Lepucki thanks Colbert Nation for making 'California' a hit
    Edan Lepucki appeared on "The Colbert Report" Tuesday night to talk about her debut novel, "California," and thank Colbert and his fans for getting it onto bestseller lists. "Thank you Colbert Nation for buying my book and reading it," she said. "I'm...
  • New books by Hampton Roads authors

    New books by Hampton Roads authors
    It's time for this month's new-release roundup. Once again, Hampton Roads authors offer enough topics and genres to make any bibliophile happy. Check out this month's offerings. Maybe you'll find one or two that pique your fancy. FICTION "The Button...
  • Susan Coll on her novel 'The Stager,' social satire and rabbits

    Susan Coll on her novel 'The Stager,' social satire and rabbits
    At the center of Susan Coll's new novel, "The Stager," is a faux Tudor home up for sale in the DC suburbs, a family and a bitter pet rabbit named Dominique. After being named Vice President of Transparency for a large corporation, Bella has to move...
  • Thomas Berger dies at 89; eclectic novelist wrote 'Little Big Man'

    Thomas Berger dies at 89; eclectic novelist wrote 'Little Big Man'
    Thomas Berger, the witty and eclectic novelist who reimagined the American West in the historical yarn "Little Big Man" and mastered genres ranging from detective stories to domestic farce, has died. He was 89 and had been in failing health. A...
  • Chuck Palahniuk Working on 'Fight Club' Comicbook Series Sequel

    "Fight Club" author Chuck Palahniuk is working on a sequel to the novel as a 10-issue comicbook series for Dark Horse Comics. The first novel, which David Fincher adapted into a movie starring Brad Pitt and Ed Norton in 1999, follows the story of an...
  • Long rifle bill is bad history, gun experts say

    House Bill 1989, signed into law last month, recognizes the Piper J-3 Cub and the Pennsylvania long rifle as the state's official aircraft and firearm, respectively. Why? Hey, that's what our state legislators do. There's a bill pending to name...
  • Regulation by stealth: time to re-examine federal agencies

    In recent weeks, President Barack Obama announced plans to use executive authority to implement immigration reforms in absence of cooperation from Congress. House Speaker John A. Boehner also announced plans to initiate a lawsuit designed to check the...
  • John M. Crisp: Why I won't be running in Pamplona

    Pamplona's storied bull run created some extra interest recently when a perturbed toro named Brevito inflicted a nasty horn wound on Bill Hillmann's right thigh. Hillmann is a regular at the annual, eight-day fiesta in honor of the region's co-patron...