GeekMom Approved Reads for Surviving a ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Hiatus

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It’s been six weeks since the ‘Sleepy Hollow’ hiatus began, and if you’re anything like me you’re really starting to miss the weekly adventures of Abbie, Ichabod, Jenny, Frank, and the other inhabitants of the little New York town. I’ve been reading my way through the various ‘Sleepy Hollow’ publications on offer to see which are worth reading over the summer.

Passion and History in ‘She Makes Comics’

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Did you know women readership of comics was equal to men prior to 1950? Yup! Watch the entertaining and informative documentary She Makes Comics for interviews with some of the biggest names of females in comics!

Everyone Should Meet The Shadow Hero

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The Shadow Hero is a graphic novel with ties to the history of comics, racism, and the duality of first generation Americans, in an entertaining format that young YA and up will enjoy.

Viking Fun

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The Viking apocalypse already passed, but you can still have fun with Vikings: crafts, books, and Thor’s hammer!

Fun With Vintage Comics

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Going to an adult-only collage night at a local art studio, I found a pile of vintage comics to cut up into strange tales. I blame the rum in my hot cocoa.

Delilah Dirk: Swashbuckling Heroine

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There is a new swashbuckling adventurer on the literary scene, and her name is Delilah Dirk. Read an interview with Tony Cliff, the creator of Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant.

Weekly GeekMom Video Playlist

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Holy-cow-I-am-so-excited!! The first episode of the two-part finale of Strip Search will be on the Penny Arcade YouTube channel today. The level of my excitement is so high, the theme for this week’s playlist is cartoons and comics in honor of the show.

Interview With X-Files Season 10 Joe Harris and Michael Walsh

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In March, IDW announced that The X-Files would be returning with a tenth season in comic book form. Almost immediately, fans began speculating about what stories this new season would include. I spoke to series writer Joe Harris and illustrator Michael Walsh about some of their plans for Season 10, and the difficulties of bringing such an iconic, cult show back for a new season after more than ten years off air.