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Book Review for Of Fire and Stars

Quick review for Audrey Coulhurst’s Of Fire and Stars. (Illustration by the always awesome Nate Hallinan.) Smart, brave heroines: check. Girl-love: check. Murder-mystery that threatens to spark a war: check. I’ll try to keep from being too spoiler-y, but I … Continue reading

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Psylocke, by Nate Hallinan

Psylocke from the Order of X, by Nate Hallinan “Why we are necessary?! Here is the reason! People like her, mutants like ourselves—for if we don’t stand up to defend them, who will?!” —Elizabeth Braddock Hey, everybody! Bonus update! I’d … Continue reading

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Lady Grey, by Nate Hallinan

Lady Grey, by Nate Hallinan (used with permission) “Jean Grey always seemed like a weak second-hand member of the x-men. (Until she turned into the Phoenix of course.) I liked the idea of making her a stronger character.” —Nate Hallinan … Continue reading

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