Galbraith continues to develop interestingly flawed characters; readers will shake their heads over Kilpack’s frustrating hero; fans of Moggach will be disappointed; Rendell’s latest (perhaps last) portrayal of a psychological quagmire
J.K. Rowling is a dark horse. While we thought she was enjoying a post-Harry-and-Casual-Vacancy tea break, she was writing a mystery, The Cuckoo’s Calling, under the name Robert Galbraith. Although Galbraith was a ruse, there was no fooling our mystery reviewer, Teresa L. Jacobsen, about the book’s quality: she named it a debut of the […]
Geeky Friday | Wolverine 2 Images, Rowling’s Casual Hint, Expanded JAWS Memories, Titan Books at NY Comic Con, Clone Wars Alert!
The first publicity images from the new Wolverine flick are surfacing. Even though the initial Wolvie Origins was mediocre, fanboys/girls can’t get enough of Hugh Jackman rocking the claws. Here’s Logan ripped and ready to kick wholesale ass (I know HJ is in unbelievable shape, but those abs look suspiciously shopped): And another with him […]
Geeky Friday | Scammed Rowling Tickets Go Poof!, Adult Swim NY ComicCon Schedule, Scary Muppets, Indy Marathon Last Call
To promote her forthcoming book, The Casual Vacancy, which is being billed as her first title for adults, J.K. Rowling will be making a single appearance at Lincoln Center on October 16. Due to what is being categorized as a “security breach,” some crooked bastard tried to turn it into a double appearance by putting […]