WonderCon 2019: Catching up with Legion M

Nerdophiles caught up with Terri Lubaroff, COO of Legion M, the first fan-owned entertainment company. Launched in 2016,  Legion M’s unique business model allows people to contribute as backers to content and entertainment. Legion M partners with independent filmmakers and Hollywood studios to produce digital content that is representative to […]

Rockstar Book Tours: Get Ready for ‘The Legends of Luke Skywalker’ By Reading Our Q&A With Author Ken Liu! (Plus A Giveaway)

Title: The Legends of Luke Skywalker Author: Ken Liu Release Date: October 31, 2017 Publisher: Disney Lucasfilm Press Pages: 432 Formats: Hardcover, eBook, audiobook Amazon | Audible | B&N | TBD | Goodreads It’s a great time to be a Star Wars fan. With new movies, books, comics, and more being released every day I can tell you that […]

SDCC 2017: Find Out What Molly Ostertag Had To Say About Her Work on Shattered Warrior!

If you’re not familiar with the name Molly Ostertag you should be! She’s been working on some pretty great projects recently including the on-going webcomic Strong Female Protaganist, graphic novel Shattered Warrior with Sharon Shinn, Disney XD series Star vs. The Forces of Evil, and her upcoming graphic novel The Witch Boy […]

Booktuber Natasha Polis Chats Youtube, Her Love Life, and Real Life Ships

For book lovers, BookTube is the perfect amalgamation of book reading and discussion and YouTube. If you’ve dipped a toe in the world of YouTube, you know it’s an addictive one. For me, this all started with Christine Riccio aka polandbananasBOOKS and her Shadowhunters coverage, and then from there, it expanded […]

BookCon 2017 Interview: Thi Bui of ‘The Best We Could Do’ Talks The Asian American Experience

I always find myself eager to read non-fiction when I can relate to it. There’s something about the personal experience and understanding that not only deepens the story but also emphasizes its intention. When I first encountered Thi Bui’s graphic memoir The Best We Could Do, it was casual. I didn’t […]