Seinen Manga: Maturity in Japanese Manga
 

Seinen Manga: Maturity in Japanese Manga

Article

 
Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff
 

Godsgrave

Review

 
Matthew De Abaitua Interview – The Red Men US Release
 

Matthew De Abaitua

Interview - The Red Men US Release

 

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Adding to the To-Be Read: East Asian Fantasy

Adding to the To-Be Read: East Asian Fantasy 

Yesterday we learned a bit about qi and how it relates to fantasy. I found the article fascinating and realized I had read very few books set in/or based on an East Asian setting. So I asked people on Twitter and Facebook to suggest fantasy (and sci-fi, horror, etc.) books they’d read in this setting. […]

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Kojiki by Keith Yatsuhashi

Kojiki by Keith Yatsuhashi
3.5

“Power is more than strength. It’s the ability to save or destroy.” Keith Yatsuhashi’s debut novel Kojiki (2016) is a wide-screen epic fantasy, a coming of age story that draws as much from Myazaki’s Studio Ghibli films as it does from Tolkien or American Gods (2001). Drawing heavily from Japanese mythology, in particular the Kojiki, […]

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Kojiki by Keith Yatsuhashi – Cover Reveal & Excerpt

Kojiki by Keith Yatsuhashi – Cover Reveal & Excerpt 

Here on Fantasy-Faction we have hosted many a cover reveal. Of those covers a good deal of my personal favs have been from Angry Robot Books. Today’s reveal is no exception. But before I get ahead of myself, why don’t we take a look at the summary for today’s novel: Kojiki by Keith Yatsuhashi. Every civilization […]

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Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff – Review

Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff – Review
3.75

Being a Martial Artist, when I saw the cover of Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff my jaw dropped. Then, flipping the book over, I saw the following testimonial from Patrick Rothfuss and was completely sold on it: ‘What’s this? A Japanese Steampunk novel with mythical creatures and a strong female protagonist? Yeah, I’m all over that. […]

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