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22 May 2017
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Neil Gaiman's American Gods is godpunk at its finest.Odin, or rather, Mr. Wednesday stokes the fires of war between the gods of the modern age and the gods of old. He hires the reluctant ex-convict, Shadow Moon as his bodyguard. Shadow is immediately...
01 April 2017
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Have you heard about Kugali, the online database showcasing some of the most awesome comics, games, and animations from Africa and the African Diaspora? Kugali is launching their first exclusive graphic novel, titled Newborn Saga. Set in an...
31 March 2017
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Black Science Fiction Society is a community that was created to celebrate and promote diversity in speculative fiction. The brain-child of Jarvis Sheffield, Black Science Fiction Society seeks to showcase and develop works of science fiction, fantas...

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    Aliens are invading Earth, and dreams are their greatest weapon.On Trebor, life revolves around one core principle: obey your gods or die. For these gods, Roxal uses her dream travel ability to... Aliens are invading Earth, and...
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    The day has come! It's been two years (real world time and book time) since we last heard about the superpowered teens, the Elementals, working to protect their world. Now, they are focused on stopping the Prudence kids from enacting their worst... The day has come! It's been two years (real world time and book time) since we last heard about the superpowered teens, the Elementals, working to protect their world. Now, they are focused on stopping the Prudence kids from enacting their worst plan yet: bringing back A.G.

    This book of diverse and intersectional superheroes is all about showing what happens when narratives get twisted, and how important it is to trust in yourself. The Elementals learn a lot about the world in this sequel, and that lesson takes you on an adventure you won't forget!

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