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The Lizard Princess

by Tod Davies, with illustrations by Mike Madrid The third book in The History of Arcadia series “Complex and gripping. . . . Newcomers to Arcadia will be captivated by the rich history, while those familiar with it will find … Continue reading

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Vixens, Vamps & Vipers: Lost Villainesses of Golden Age Comics

By Mike Madrid “Mike Madrid is doing God’s work. . . . [making] accessible a lost, heady land of female adventure.”—ComicsAlliance “These ‘lost’ [characters] are now found—to the delight of comic book lovers everywhere.”—Stan Lee “Lovers of comics and strong … Continue reading

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an excerpt from JAM TODAY TOO: THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE CATERED, by Tod Davies (June 2014)

SEX AND FOOD Really, there’s nothing nicer than having sex with a loved one, followed by a lovely meal à deux. All the better if the lovely meal is in your own home, and you can both sit down to … Continue reading

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Superheroines featured inside DIVAS, DAMES & DAREDEVILS, by Mike Madrid

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Divas, Dames & Daredevils: Lost Heroines of Golden Age Comics

By Mike Madrid, Foreword by Maria Elena Buszek, PhD *Certified Cool™ in PREVIEWS: The Comic Shop’s Catalog* “Mike Madrid gives these forgotten superheroines their due.  These ‘lost’ heroines are now found– to the delight of comic book lovers everywhere.”—Stan Lee “Provide[s] fantastic … Continue reading

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Greenbeard.

by Richard James Bentley “The situations are cleverly contrived, the characters likeable, and the over-the-top premise worked out in careful detail. . . [Greenbeard] keeps moving along and pulling the reader with it.” —Publishers Weekly “Somewhere between Jack Sparrow and … Continue reading

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