Tesse-whatsit? The Science-ish of Tesseracts in Science Fiction

The idea of a tesseract has been used in fiction quite a bit since the term was coined---can you believe it?---in 1888. Here are a few examples.

<em>Robyn Hood Wanted</em>: An Interview with Artist Larry Watts

Larry Watts gives us an artist's look inside Robyn Hood's latest series, Wanted, and a little about his next project, Robyn Hood: Legend.

GeekMom: Comic Book Corner — <em>Justice League Beyond, Vampire Diaries</em>, and <em>X-Files</em>

This week Sophie delves into the world of The X-Files, while Dakster discovers a new universe in Justice League Beyond and Corrina takes a look at Vampire Diaries.

SuperMOOC Returns! Study Social Issues Through Comic Books

Christy Blanch and the Canvas Network are back with a new massive online course to study comic books.

GeekMoms’ Best Comic Books of 2013

2013 was a great year to be a comic book fan.

GeekMom: Comic Book Corner — November 27th, 2013

This week, I jump into Harley Quinn #0, Lisa shows us a darker side with the digital comic book series Aurora Rose, Corrina checks out Zero Year issues of Catwoman and The Flash, and Sophie checks in with Scully and ...

Florida Xtravaganza—This Weekend in Orlando, Florida

Florida Xtravaganza comes back to Orlando, Florida, this weekend for its fourth year and Dakster Sullivan couldn't be more excited.

GeekMom: Comic Book Corner — November 13th, 2013

Happy Comic Release Day! Welcome to another installment of GeekMom Comic Book Corner, where we recap our adventures in comics for the week. This week I take a look at DC: The New Frontier in hopes it's better than ...

Comikaze: Making Comics Great for Kids

At Comikaze's "Making Comics Great for Kids," the panelists shared recommendations for kids' comics.

<em>The Cute Girl Network</em>: Interview!

An interview with the creators of The Cute Girl Network, a new romantic comedy graphic novel. Skater chic Jane has to choose between her new boyfriend Jack, and the terrible stories of The Cute Girl Network.