Editorial Matters - July 2014
by Gayle Surrette
Cover Artist: Photo by Ernest Lilley
Review by Gayle Surrette
SFRevu *Editorial ISBN/ITEM#: EM072014
Date: 30 June 2014
We've got a good mix of reviews for you this month with something reviewed from most of the subgenres. Be sure to check out our US Bookscolumn to see what other books are being published this month that didn't manage to get a review yet.
Beth and Mike Zipser turned in another Artist Interview, this time with John Harris. Harris also sent us samples of his work to run with his interview. Be sure to read the interview and follow up by checking out additional examples of his art on his website.
Sam Tomaino has reviewed many online as well as print publication, you'll find his reviews in his Zines and Short Fiction column.
Drew Bittner turned in a review of Earth to Echo which is playing in theaters now. (His daughter informed me it was really good but scary in places -- so take that into consideration if you wish to go with very young children. Also, I saw the preview and it looks like it could be scary for some adults as well.)
We've started to receive weekly comics and this month have a review of The New 52. The review covers issues 0-5 and our reviewer gives the flavor of what to expect without giving away the details of the story arc so far.
As usual, we'd really like to hear from our readers. There's a comment form at the bottom of every article and review. Feel free to let us know what you think of the topic or the review.
Now for our usual announcements:
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