Princess Decomposia And Count Spatula

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Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula is a creepy-cute graphic novel by Andi Watson. Read an interview on the characters and the yummy treats in the book!

GeekMom Mel Chats With Kyle Hill, Science Editor of Nerdist

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I don’t know about you, but there is nothing I love more than to read about science that’s presented in an entertaining and digestible way, especially when it pertains to topics I geek out about anyway, like comics and video games.

Chatting with Jen Wang, In Real Life

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GeekMom Melanie had the opportunity to chat with artist Jen Wang about her work on the new graphic novel, IRL (In Real Life).

Cory Doctorow Talks About His Graphic Novel, IRL

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GeekMom Melanie talks to Cory Doctorow, author of such books as Little Brother, Makers, and Rapture of the Nerds, and co-editor of Boing Boing, about his upcoming graphic novel, IRL (In Real Life).

Ben Hatke on Zita, Cosplay, and What’s Next

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Author-illustrator Ben Hatke talks about his third and final Zita the Spacegirl installment (which publishes this week), life with his four daughters, and what’s next for him creatively.

Karl Kesel Reveals the Truth About The X-Files: Year Zero

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The X-Files: Year Zero is a five part mini-series which will show the origins of the department in the 1940s when Mulder and Scully are faced with a similar case to one faced by their predecessors many decades ago. Writer Karl Kesel has spoken to us about what we can expect from the series.

This One Summer: Beauty In Realism

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This One Summer is a new graphic novel by Mariko and Jillian Tamaki. It is a YA book that transcends the genre into where most adult novelists wish they could go: honest and nuanced characters in that familiar world you forgot to cherish. The details of a summer beach town, and two girls on the brink of teen, may not be your memories, but the yearnings, confusion, and relationships certainly will reveal half-buried reminisces.

The Cute Girl Network: Interview!

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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.

An Interview with Faran Tahir

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The Warehouse 13 star talks with GeekMom about the upcoming film Elysium and the Stallone/Schwarzenegger action flick Escape Plan.

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.

The Post Title I’ve Always Dreamed of Writing: I Was Interviewed by NPR!

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  Friday morning my Greg-Mortenson-Controversy post went live on GeekMom. As per usual, I tweeted and Facebooked this news to my potential readership–which, in my mind, consists of eight friends from college, one amazingly hip and precocious sixteen-year-old, and a bunch of people who would actually prefer to hear how Kari Byron is doing. My marketing responsibilities behind me for the day, I then moved

Geek Author Ethan Gilsdorf Talks Names, Games, and Giveaways!

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Ethan Gilsdorf is the celebrated geek author of the very awesome book, Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks. It’s the sort of book that, if you’re a lifelong geek like me, you can’t put down. The book chronicles Ethan’s life as a young geek, his escape from his roots, and then his return. From Tolkien to tabletop roleplaying, from Boston to New Zealand, the book is