, an educational and recreational virtual reality game developed in response to the novel coronavirus, was created by the indie VR gaming studio Starcade Arcade. more
Sixty Seconds. Three Rules. One Gun.
In Will’s neighborhood, there are The Rules. No. 1: Crying. Don’t. No matter what. No. 2: Snitching. Don’t. No matter what. No. 3: Revenge. Do. No matter what. Jason Reynolds’s #1 New York Times
-bestselling and award-winning novel Long Way Down
is now a gripping graphic novel, with haunting artwork by Danica Novgorodoff. (Sponsored) more
Review: Dispersion by Greg Egan
In Egan’s timely sci-fi tale of an inter-dimensional pandemic, a strange disease infects inhabitants across parallel dimensional realities, dragging parts of people’s bodies into alternate planes of existence with devastating results, while baffling medical researchers. more
- Adulting: A Handbook: The Millions’ Greg Mania interviews novelist and Brooklyn bookseller Emma Straub about her new novel All Adults Here. Published this month by Riverhead Books.
- Virtually Reality: Virtual Memories is an interview podcast show brought to life each week by the host Gil Roth and it features, among other things, an absolutely jawdropping lineup of interviews with cartoonists. Roth seems to have talked with every great cartoonist several times. The show isn’t exclusively about comics but if you’re looking for comics folks you’ll find them aplenty.
- Greg Tate Speaks: Poet, DC literary icon, and WPFW radio host E. Ethelbert Miller interviews another literary son of Washington DC, Greg Tate, cultural critic, musician, former Village Voice columnist, cofounder of the Black Rock Coalition and founder of Burnt Sugar, a 20 year-old improvisational Big Band that specializes in a wide variety of hip interpretations of black American musical tradition. Click the May 14 episode. You won't be disappointed.
- Zack Snyder’s Justice League: Forced to leave the 2017 film before it could be released due to a family tragedy, director Zack Snyder is planning to return with a new director’s cut of Justice League that reflects his original vision of the film, which was ultimately directed by Joss Whedon.
- Remembering Little Richard: The website AL.com looks at the Alabama roots of the late, great Little Richard.
This Week on the More to Come Podcast
This week on More to Come
, Kate Fitzsimons interviews acclaimed comics writer and producer Geoff Johns about Stargirl, a teenage superhero he created for DC in the late 1990's, who is now the main character of DC’s Stargirl
, a live action TV series that will debut on the CW/DC Universe this month. Johns also discusses creating and promoting comics and TV shows during a pandemic, and the value of truly all-ages entertainment. More