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PRESS RELEASE: Switch Press, the Young Adult imprint of Capstone, announced today that iconic DC character Lois Lane will return in Lois Lane: Triple Threat, the third book in the series by Gwenda Bond. On the heels of Lois Lane: Fallout and Lois Lane: Double Down, Bond will return in 2017 with a new story of the adventures of a teenage Lois Lane.
It’s never too late to train your youngster to be a super hero with the new book, “DC Super Heroes: My First Book of Super-Villains.”
This November, Moonstone Books releases two new Kolchak mysteries.
If you are into books about the gunslingers of the west, Pro Se Productions has released The Gunsmith #403: Lawman’s Sunset, which features a stubborn sheriff, bullets, blood, and love…
Pro Se Productions has announced a new Three Musketeers book, that collects tales of the Muskateers of the Guard.
Mata the Ninja is going to fight his way through Shadow of the Fox, a new book from Pro Se Productions. IT’S A NINJA BOOK!
Yesterday, we learned that Dark Horse plans to release an adult coloring book by Fight Club creator, Chuck Palahniuk, and today we learn that Dark Horse plans on launching a much larger coloring book program.
If you enjoy building massive trucks and earth-movers in LEGO form, prepare to build even smaller with Tiny LEGO Wonders, a new book from No Starch Press.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Tom Merritt stops by to talk about time travel and his upcoming book Pilot X, and then we are joined by Producer Arvind Ethan David, who talks with Stephen about Dirk Gently, the upcoming BBCA series, and the IDW Publishing mini-series.
If you love the superhero genre, Pro Se Productions has a new anthology books titles Singularity: Rise of the Posthumans that you might want to check out.
[Books] Answer the Civil War question in Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology
There is a lot to unpack in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War (as well as the comic book series), and to help you figure out who is right and who is wrong, Travis Langley has a new book titled, Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology.
Here’s a weird one – a Pokemon Cookbook. Before you start screaming, “It’s made of Pikachus!” this is not a book on how to cook and serve Pokemon, but rather, how to make food that has a Pokemon twist. That’s probably a bit of relief for those who were worried Snorlax would become an easy target for foodies.