“What if the Red Wedding never happened, and Robb Stark assaulted King’s Landing? Now fans can find out!”

CMON, in cooperation with Dark Sword Miniatures, have announced a tabletop miniatures game based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series. The project is heading to Kickstarter in Q3 of 2017 and retail stores in 2018, but you can get a taste of what the game will be like right here, right now. [click to continue…]

As a fan of Veronica Roth’s Divergent series, I was intrigued when I saw the description on her new book Carve The Mark. [click to continue…]

Whether you’re new to Star Wars fandom or you’ve been a die-hard fan since 1977, one of the great upsides of the new Star Wars films, books, and television series is the bounty of information they contain. If you’re looking for a good reference guide for all things Star Wars, DK Publishing’s Star Wars: The Visual Encyclopedia is both gorgeous and super informative. [click to continue…]

If you are like me, you crave every single bit of news about Brandon Sanderson’s Oathbringer (Book #3 in the Stormlight Archive) to tide you over until the book is released on November 14th. That includes checking the status bar on his website daily. Well, Tor has released the cover art for the U.S. edition (featuring Jasnah), and it’s enough to keep me satisfied for a few days at least. Check it out below. [click to continue…]

The LEGO Batman Movie is out in theaters, and DK Publishing has put together a very fun book called The LEGO Batman Movie: The Making of the Movie. Let’s take a peek inside shall we? [click to continue…]

If you are a fan of fairy tales and foklore, Katherine Arden’s The Bear and the Nightingale is a must-read. The book is beautifully written, and the Russian roots of the story will be delightfully unfamiliar to many readers. If you enjoyed Naomi Novik’s Uprooted, you’ll enjoy this as well. If you enjoy The Bear and the Nightingale, then I highly suggest picking up Catherynne M. Valente’s Deathless. If you haven’t read any of these books, then you’ve got a lot of catching up to do. Check out the synopsis below. [click to continue…]

Neil Gaiman is currently riding high with the upcoming American Gods series on Starz and the adaptation of Good Omens coming to Amazon. Oh, and his new book Norse Mythology just came out and will likely be another bestseller.

Clearly, it’s a good time to be a Gaiman fan, and the fact that he’s writing the long awaited sequel to Neverwhere is icing on the cake. It’s called The Seven Sisters and, at last check, he was already three chapters in. [click to continue…]

Calliope Glass and Caitlin Kennedy teamed up with artist Katie Cook for Star Wars OBI-123, a numbers-focused sequel to the popular alphabet book Star Wars ABC-3PO. Like it’s predecessor, this book is freakin’ adorable. [click to continue…]


It’s a pretty good time to be a Harry Potter fan right now. Fantastic Beasts is in theaters, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will likely come to Broadway and Barnes & Noble has announced that they will be hosting “Magical Harry Potter Holiday Balls” across the U.S. on December 9th at 7pm local time.

All stores are said to be participating and the festivities will include crafts, games, dancing, giveaways and more. The are also encouraging attendees to cosplay for the event.

All-in-all, it seems like a fun way for Harry Potter fans to spend and evening. Check out more details in the press release below. [click to continue…]


Coloring books for adults has been a hot trend in 2016, which makes sense because 2016 sucked really hard. If you need a break from all the stress, we’ve got a list of the best and nerdiest coloring books released (or about to be released) this year. [click to continue…]