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Gaiman Graveyard Book to Disney by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(April 29, 2012)
Disney has picked up Neil Gaiman’s Newberry Award-winning novel The Graveyard Book. Gil Netter, a veteran producer with adaptations including Marley & Me and the upcoming Life of Pi among his credits, is producing with Ben Browning.

Lair of the Beasts: A Monstrous Yearbook by Nick Redfern, Columnist and Monster Hunter
(April 20, 2012)
Out right now is a brand new book published by Britain’s Center for Fortean Zoology, one of the very few full-time groups in the world that investigates such strange creatures as the Abominable Snowman, the Loch Ness Monster, Sasquatch, and the Chupacabr

4 clips from The Raven by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(April 18, 2012)
Comingsoon has posted four clips from John McTeigue’s The Raven. The first clip we have seen before here on Mania. The bottom three are a tad different. The Raven opens April 27th 2012. The thriller will star John Cusack, Luke Evans, Alice Eve, Brendan G

More Harry Potter by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(April 17, 2012)
The author revealed details of a new project involving the boy wizard on her personal website. On her re-launched personal website, J.K. Rowling teased fans with the news that she is working on a new Harry Potter-related book.  Unfortunately, she's n

Tuesday Terrors: Clive Barker’s Nightbreed to be a TV series? by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 17, 2012)
Welcome back for your bi-weekly helping of all things horror from comics, to film, to TV and Toys. Lots to cover in the new including a release date announced for the upcoming Carrie reboot, a potential TV series based on Clive Barker’s “Nightbreed”

Enders Game VS Catching Fire by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(April 10, 2012)
Ender’s Game, the adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s seminal sci-fi YA novel starring Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, and Abigail Breslin, has staked out some interesting territory today. Originally slated for release on March 15, 2013, Summit Entertainm

From the Vault: Classic Monster Magazines! by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 07, 2012)
This week in From the Vault we take one more look at classic monster magazines as we spotlight some of the oldest and rarest magazines ever produced. These are all highly collectible so should you ever find one, definitely snatch it up quickly.

Resurrection by Arwen Elys Dayton by Arwen Elys Dayton, Author
(February 16, 2012)
Arwen Elys Dayton's Sci-Fi novel Resurrection was released in January and since them has spent weeks at #1 on Amazon's Sci—Fi lists in both the US and the UK. Here the author talks about her research trip to Egypt and how real life and the novel's plot b

Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Poster Revealed by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(January 23, 2012)

Rowling Confirms Pottermore by Jarrod Sarafin, Editor
(June 24, 2011)
Author J.K. Rowling responded to mounting speculation about the nature of her new project and confirmed Pottermore, a unique and free-to-use website which builds an exciting online experience around the reading of her hugely successful Harry Potter books,

10 Best Fictitious Wars by Rob Vaux, Writer
(March 09, 2011)
Most of us can agree that real life wars are pretty horrible. But in the context of fiction – when the carnage is make believe and the bloodshed only exists in the mind of the reader – it creates unparalleled drama. Some of the greatest fantasy and sci

New York Public Library Lists Top Books Of 2010 by Chris Beveridge
(January 04, 2011)
What topped their lists of most taken out books?

6 Star Wars Ideas We Want Instead of 3D by Rob Wieland, Author
(January 04, 2011)
Lucasfilm is re-releasing the Star Wars films in 3D next summer. While any excuse to see the movies on the big screen is a good one, we can’t help but wonder if the money spent adapting the films for the recent 3d craze could be better spent elsewhere. T

Digital Manga Titles Head To Nook eReader by Chris Beveridge
(December 14, 2010)
Vampire Hunter D leads the way to the ebook format.

Haikasoru adds new Japanese SF Novels for November by Chris Beveridge
(November 17, 2010)
The Hard Science Fiction THE OUROBOROS WAVE And Fantasy DRAGON SWORD AND WIND CHILD arrive.

Bookstore Death Predictions Continue by Chris Beveridge
(November 16, 2010)
‘Half the Bookstores in the Country Will Close’

Gail Carriger's SOULLESS Gets Manga Adaptation by Chris Beveridge
(October 10, 2010)
Yen Press racks up another novel to manga title.

Witch and Wizard Series Gets Manga Adaptation by Chris Beveridge
(October 10, 2010)
James Patterson's series coming from Yen Press.

More POTTER Books Possible by Jarrod Sarafin, Editor
(October 02, 2010)
Author J.K. Rowling has once again hinted that readers may have not seen the last of her Harry Potter universe. With Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows set to begin launching in theaters in November---the first of a two-part film that culminates next su

Graphics Novels Get Banned Books Week Highlight by Chris Beveridge
(September 29, 2010)
Fan favorites once again make the grade as unacceptable.

The Fall: Book Two of The Strain Trilogy by Tim Janson, Columnist
(September 21, 2010)
The second part of Guilermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s “The Strain Trilogy” is out today from William Morrow. When I reviewed he first book in 2009 I called it the best vampire novel since Dan Simmons’ “Children of the Night”.

Haikasoru Adds Four New Titles by Chris Beveridge
(April 13, 2010)
New Novels By Some Of Japan’s Best Sci-Fi Writers Set To Debut This Spring

New Tom Clancy Book Set by Jarrod Sarafin, Editor
(April 07, 2010)
Tom Clancy, #1 international bestselling author, bestselling videogame presenter and one of the preeminent and most prescient storytellers of our time, has written a modern-day techno-thriller like nothing he has ever done before called Dead or Alive. The

Twilight: Eclipse Companion Novel Coming by Jarrod Sarafin, Editor
(March 30, 2010)
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, a division of Hachette Book Group, has announced today that it will release the first new title from Stephenie Meyer in nearly two years. The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is a novella told from the point of view o

New Stephen King Book Announced by Jarrod Sarafin, Editor
(March 29, 2010)
Cemetery Dance Publications, the world¹s leading independent publisher of collectible horror and suspense books, has just announced Blockade Billy by Stephen King, an original, never-before-published novella that only the King of Horror could have dreamed

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