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The entire run of the Battlepug webcomic in one beautiful collection! A lone warrior reluctantly gathers allies, including a crazy old man, a foul-mouthed youngster and, yes, a pug the size of a small house, and sets off on a thrilling, funny, and heartwarming quest for revenge against the evil Catwulf! ~ Reviewed by Andrew Bugenis
From Eurostile to Futura, from 2001 to WALL·E, Addey's attention to detail is fascinating, and his insight, astounding. What gives a font a sci-fi connotation, and how is type used deliberately (or even accidentally) to convey a specific message? In short, how does text become "the future"? ~ Reviewed by Andrew Bugenis
A person who was once a starship plans revenge against the one who killed her while wrestling with the unexpected and sometimes inconvenient humanity of herself. Featuring thorough worldbuilding, amazing characterization and a fascinatingly casual subversion of gender in writing, Ancillary Justice is a fast, engaging and engrossing read. ~ Reviewed by Andrew Bugenis
In an alternate London, magic is performed by demons summoned by magicians. Nathaniel is learning how to be a magician in a corrupt system. And Bartimaeus is a powerful djinn who cracks wise in the footnotes. Engaging, insightful, and funny! ~ Reviewed by Andrew Bugenis
Where A Song of Ice and Fire deals with people at the top of society, Two of Swords chronicles a great war between two halves of an ancient empire from the point of view of, mostly, the people at the bottom. Each chapter of the first two volumes changes to a different protagonist with their own story, and though the third volume follows just one character, it ends up weaving these individual threads into a strong, compelling narrative tapestry. ~ Reviewed by Andrew Bugenis