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Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews of 2015 (Revisited)

The last time we saw Alice Gailsone she was lying in a hospital bed recuperating from injuries sustained from an atomic bomb (The Red Rook). In her first post-nuclear adventure (“Old Ghosts” / By Casey Glanders / First Printing: August … Continue reading

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Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews of 2014 (Revisited)

The 9 Super Girls (by Tigerlily Emi Kawasaki / First Printing: December 2013) is a self-published, one-of-a-kind portfolio of drawings featuring super-powered girls who punch, fly, swim, make music, wield swords, and control the weather. There’s even one character whose … Continue reading

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Gakuen Alice

Red Rook is only the second full-length novel in the Gailsone series. But author Casey Glanders has already done a great job of building an expansive universe surrounding his lead character, Alice “Dyspell” Gailsone. For 10 years Gailsone was a … Continue reading

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Tokyo Pop

In his afterword, author Casey Glanders says that he wanted to write an adventure story involving a female lead that didn’t revolve around romance. The author is trying to make a point (we think) about the preponderance of genre stories … Continue reading

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