‘Gutter Magic #1’ Introduces a Fascinating New Urban Fantasy Tale

Gutter Magic #1 Author: Rich Douek Artists: Brett Barkley Release Date: January 13, 2016 Publisher: Comics Experience Genre(s): Urban Fantasy Rating: ★★★★☆ Review Spoilers: Mild The previously self-published Gutter Magic hits the shelves of your local comics shop today and it’s definitely worth picking up! Last month, we spoke with writer Rich Douek and provided a preview […]

Preview IDW’s ‘Gutter Magic’ with an Interview from Writer Rich Douek

Rich Douek and the creative team, including Brett Barkley, Jules Rivera, and Nic Shaw, have come together with IDW Publishing to bring the previously self-published Gutter Magic to your local comics shop this January! Gutter Magic is an urban fantasy series that takes the unique approach of  magic as a commodity, rather […]

The Grigori Legacy starts strong with Sins of the Angels

Sins of the Angels (Book 1, The Grigori Legacy Series) Author: Linda Poitevin Release Date: September 27, 2011 Publisher: Ace Source: Publisher Genre(s): Urban Fantasy Rating: ????? Review Spoilers:  Low GoodReads | Amazon Sins of the Angels is not a book I would have ever looked at and thought, ‘yeah, this book is for me.’ I’ve never been […]

Vampires Conquer America Pop Culture in Kim Newman's Johnny Alucard

Johnny Alucard (Anno Dracula #4) Author: Kim Newman Release Date: September 17, 2013 Publisher: Titan Books Source: Titan Books Genre(s): Urban Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Alternate History Rating: ★★★★☆ Review Spoilers:  Low GoodReads | Amazon I have never read any of the other Anno Dracula books. I think I need to say that upfront in case some fans of […]

The Shambling Guide to New York City Preps the Supernatural for the Big Apple

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly6-YXeUEwI] The Shambling Guide to New York City Author: Mur Lafferty Release Date: May 28, 2013 jus Publisher: Orbit Source: NetGalley ARC Genre(s): Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Fiction, Chick Lit Rating: ????? Review Spoilers: GoodReads | Amazon I came really, really close to giving this book a four star rating because it was really, really good. […]