In 2022, I read more than ever in a single year: 114 books! My read list included physical books, eBooks, audiobooks, and comic books. Below are more details and fun stats regarding what I read, including 10 of my favorite books from 2022. What did you read last year? Feel free to share your thoughts below. Happy reading in 2023!
Thomas B. Sawyer is the former Head Writer of Murder, She Wrote. Before breaking into television, he was an illustrator and worked for Stan Lee at Marvel. Tom is a good friend, and I had the chance to catch up with him to discuss his diverse career as an artist, TV writer, and author. We talked about what it was like writing for Angela Lansbury in her iconic role as Jessica Fletcher, the early days of the comic book industry, and much more. Watch my video interview with Tom below and pick up a copy of The Art of the REAL Tom Sawyer, a book celebrating his career as an illustrator. Enjoy!
Today, Audible made the surprise announcement that The Sandman: Act III by Neil Gaiman is now available! Watch the video below to learn more, and buy a copy of this new entry in The Sandman Audible Original series on Amazon. Happy listening!
In the video below, I show you the comic book Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1, from the World of Cyberpunk 2077 series, which is based on the wildly popular video game series. Watch the video below, and buy a copy of Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1 on Amazon.
Batman The Ultimate Guide New Edition Traces Batman’s entire career, with full details of his incredible adventures and battles, his allies, loves, and a formidable array of enemies. Read on for my video review of this book, and buy a copy on Amazon. Enjoy!
Kindle Unlimited is a great option for those of us that are voracious readers. Not only does this service provide access to more than one million titles, you can also listen to thousands of Audible audiobooks. Read on for more details about Kindle Unlimited, and make sure to sign up for a subscription (or gift one to a friend) today!
With rumors rumbling about a new Masters of the Universe movie finally seeing the light of day, now is a great time to reconnect with the original pop culture phenomenon known as He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. The best way to do so – aside from watching the 1980s TV series – is by picking up the five fabulous books published by Dark Horse. From the TV shows (including She-Ra) to the minicomics and everything in between, these books cover anything and everything He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. As with all of Dark Horse’s books, these publications are filled with insightful information, compelling visuals, and behind-the-scenes information you won’t find anywhere else – and it’s all lovingly compiled in these beautiful tomes that no Masters of the Universe fan should be without. Below is a rundown of all of the books and their official synopses so you know what to expect from each one.