After Earth: Innocence — the Reviews are In

After Earth: Innocence was a one-shot comic given out at the movie panel at San Diego Comic-Con with a nifty Jae Lee cover. The commercial version, with a cover by my pal Dennis Calero, was released by Dynamite Entertainment last Wednesday. In the wake of its release, the reviews have been coming in and I am delighted with the response so far. First up was VG Revolution and they said,  “I did not really know what to expect going into […]

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Worldbuilding in Kansas

I never cease to be amazed how life can intersect in unexpected ways. When I was in Kansas back in April, my presence prompted fellow novelist Kevin Dilmore to recommend me to his colleagues at Hallmark. Every fall, they have Word Week, a series of activities for the writers, editors, artists, designers, etc. to focus on elements they normally don’t stop to examine. Every year they bring in a guest speaker and I was being suggested for this year’s slot […]

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Selling Out at NYCC

This has been a heady year for conventions. First there was all the After Earth star treatment at San Diego Comic-Con followed by the release of ReDeus: Divine Tales at Shore Leave. This past weekend, I was attending the New York Comic-Con and for the first time in ages, I was there as a book author, not a comic book guy. Voyageur Books rushed 100 copies of Star Trek: The Complete Unauthorized History from the printer to have for sale […]

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