Dean Koontz

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Dean Koontz’s ‘Innocence’ and Pheromones of Love and War


Dean Koontz’s ‘Innocence’ and Pheromones of Love and War

Pity Addison, the protagonist of Dean Koontz’s novel Innocence: Anyone who catches a glimpse of his face attacks him. He doesn’t understand why: There’s nothing unusual about his features, and he isn’t looking for a fight. By all accounts, he’s an everyday person who through no fault of his own, has become an enemy of [...]

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‘Odd Thomas’ And The Historical Roots Of Bodachs


‘Odd Thomas’ And The Historical Roots Of Bodachs

It seems like Dean Koontz fans have been clamoring for an Odd Thomas film since the book of the same title was first published in 2003, and now, after a somewhat troubled path to production, the film is available to view on most video on demand services. I caught it today via Netflix Streaming, and [...]

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Dean Koontz’s ODD APOCALYPSE is on sale today!


Dean Koontz’s ODD APOCALYPSE is on sale today!

Odd Thomas is back. His mysterious journey of suspense and discovery moves to a dangerous new level in his most riveting adventure to date.

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SF & Fantasy

An Interview with ‘House of Odd’ Artist Queenie Chan


An Interview with ‘House of Odd’ Artist Queenie Chan

As a teenager, Queenie Chan started drawing out of boredom, but what started as a pastime became a professional career after Chan submitted a portfolio to manga publisher TokyoPop. After a stint working on The Dreaming, Chan found her work in high demand. Among her many projects has been a series of graphic novels based [...]

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Why Are Graphic Novels Still a Step Too Far for Some Fans?


Why Are Graphic Novels Still a Step Too Far for Some Fans?

“I’ve outgrown picture books…” one reader commented, dismissing the graphic novel format outright on a blog I frequent.
Frustrating, right?
How many people do that? And why? Are there some people for whom the comic book – or the graphic novel, to use the medium’s more sophisticated nomenclature – is simply a bridge too far? Why do [...]

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SF & Fantasy

What I Learned This Week: Why I love email


What’s in your email?
The simple act of logging into Outlook this morning reminded me of what fun it can be to have this job. I never know what might have conjured up overnight, either in response to some question I’d sent out earlier or some topic brand-new and surprising. My email is like Forrest Gump’s [...]

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Watch the trailer for Dean Koontz’s FRANKENSTEIN: LOST SOULS


Watch the trailer for Dean Koontz’s FRANKENSTEIN: LOST SOULS

Dean Koontz brings his fertile imagination and unparalleled storytelling abilities to one of the most timeless—and terrifying—creations in all of fiction: the legend of Frankenstein.  Check out the trailer for FRANKENSTEIN: Lost Souls. 

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Got the Holiday Blues? Read a book!


Want to read something uplifting this holiday season? Then look no further than Dean Koontz’s BREATHLESS (Bantam Hardcover). No, No, No… Dean Koontz does not write horror novels–never has–and there is rarely (or never!) a foul word. So Dean’s books are a great gift idea for those more sensative readers in your family. [...]

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It’s Alive. It’s Alive! Dean Koontz’s Third Frankenstein Book Rises Today!


“At last, my love has come along…” –Etta James
Those may not be the words on the minds of Dean Koontz fans, but it’s likely the sentiment in their hearts today. Why? Because it’s finally here: Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein: Dead and Alive is the long awaited third book in his re-imagining of the story of Frankenstein [...]

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Getting Into the Habit


Last week, my friend on this site wrote a post that posed the question: what’s next after Twilight? Well, as a guy, I’m pretty much going to say anything (which isn’t exactly true–more about that in a different post, though), but it got me thinking:
While it’s great to look towards the future, I’m curious [...]

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