Posts Tagged ‘ Vampires ’


May 30, 2008
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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The Comics Should Be Good vampire alphabet continues with C is for Cassidy (my favorite comics vampire ever!), D is for Dracula, E is for Eric Brooks (aka Blade the Vampire Hunter), F is for Deacon Frost (also part of Blade’s universe), G is for Greenberg the Vampire (who seems very peculiar!), H is for Read the Rest…

May 21, 2008
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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Finding Wonderland did a comprehensive, interesting post on vampire fiction last week — you can read it here.  My favorite part?  Robin McKinley’s Sunshine inspiring baking — because it did the same thing for me!  I learned how to make cinnamon rolls because of that book. Brian Cronin at Comics Should Be Good is doing Read the Rest…

May 12, 2008
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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Weather in New York today is overcast and drippy, the perfect weather for the daytime vampire.  I’d never heard of Christopher Golden before Little Willow wrote me about how awesome his vampire novels are, but now I want to go out and read them!  She’s put together a piece about his work, and — as Read the Rest…

May 9, 2008
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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Vampire Month continues on its lumbering, blood-sucking way here at First Second, with some great blog posts about exciting pieces of vampiric literature.  You can find the Excellent Colleen Mondor on Elizabeth Bear’s New Amsterdam (with vampires in an alternate US) here.  Seven Impossible Things reviews Life Sucks here.  Jackie at Interactive Reader reviews Eighth Read the Rest…

May 5, 2008
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
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Johanna (from Comics Worth Reading) has inaugurated our Vampire Month with a lovely post about her vampiric favorites.   (And she likes our books, too — that’s always a good sign.) And Unshelved (the librarian comic to end all librarian comics!) has done a comic format review of Life Sucks with a most excellent punchline.  More Read the Rest…

April 30, 2008
Posted by: Mark Siegel
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Here at First Second Books, May is Vampire Month. We got a bit tired of May being about flowers and springtime and small cute animals growing up (though all of those things are certainly very nice in their own place).  So we thought we’d inject May with some dark, broody, gloomy, sarcastic things — namely, Read the Rest…