Never Die by Rob J. Hayes – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
 

Never Die

SPFBO #5 Finals Review

 
A Tale of Stars and Shadow by Lisa Cassidy – SPFBO #5 Finals Review
 

A Tale of Stars and Shadow

SPFBO #5 Finals Review

 
Victor Gischler Interview – A Fire Beneath the Skin
 

Victor Gischler Interview

A Fire Beneath the Skin

 

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Frodor’s Travel Guide to Westeros

Frodor’s Travel Guide to Westeros 

See what I did there? Fodor’s and Frodo. Get it? Like the travel guide and the hobbit. You know, from Lord of the Rings? Right, anyway. This is the first installment of our guide. Over the coming months, we’ll be looking at the hottest fantasy vacation spots. First up is Frodor’s travel pick of the […]

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Frodor’s Travel Guide: The “Bad Economy” Issue

Frodor’s Travel Guide: The “Bad Economy” Issue 

This month’s travel guide is based on Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn Trilogy. More information on the series can be found at brandonsanderson.com. You can also read Fantasy-Faction’s review of the first Mistborn novel here. Welcome After a long dormancy spent weathering the economy, Frodor’s is back and better than ever! Don’t make that face, we know you […]

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Why You Should Be Watching The Guild

Why You Should Be Watching The Guild 

Felicia Day has long been a proponent of geek culture. The Guild, her original web series, is no exception. Currently in its fifth season, The Guild chronicles the (mis)adventures of a crew of hardcore gamers…mostly in showing how real life is much more complicated than life in the gaming universe. It’s built quite a following […]

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Hayao Miyazaki: Worlds in Animation

Hayao Miyazaki: Worlds in Animation 

An Academy Award winning director and animator, Hayao Miyazaki has come to be known as the Walt Disney of Japan. In a country known for its animation, that’s quite a feat, but truthfully, Miyazaki stands alone. There’s no need to compare him to Disney, anymore than there is the age old need to compare an […]

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Interview with John Kenn: The Post-It Note King

Interview with John Kenn: The Post-It Note King 

The first time I saw something by John, I knew it was something special. His eerily imaginative art on a deceptively simple medium was a thing of wonder. If you’ve never heard of him–I wouldn’t be surprised. The mysterious artist lists little of himself. Instead, he lets his terrifying and wondrous art do the talking. […]

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The Many Faces Of Fantasy

The Many Faces Of Fantasy 

Consider the number of subgenres in fantasy. Depending on who you talk to, there are anywhere from five to ten to fifteen (more depending on how specific you would like to be). There are the more popular subgenres like high fantasy and urban fantasy; but there are also a slew of smaller disciplines like Arthurian […]

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