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Alternis from author team Andrea Phillips, Maurice Broaddus, Jacqueline Koyanagi, and E. C. Myers, and narrated by Summer Glau, launches today!
Did you see the news in the New York Times, Variety, Entertainment Weekly, Deadline, or The Verge? Well, it’s all true. We are bringing you brand-new, all-original stories featuring your favorite Marvel characters: Black Panther, Thor, Black Widow, and Jessica Jones. Thor will be coming to the app in 2019 with an author team led by Aaron Stewart Ahn (screenwriter for MANDY, that crazy awesome horror movie with Nicolas Cage that quickly developed a cult following last fall). He’s joined by a killer group, including Brian Keene (Silverwood), Yoon Ha Lee (The Vela), and Jay Edidin. Don’t miss a thing—stay tuned for news and updates (and a lot of special goodies along the way). We’ll have a whole lot more news in the coming weeks!
Since we launched the critically acclaimed Serial Box iOS mobile app, a dedicated customer base has asked: BUT ANDROID ALSO, PLEEEEAAAAAASE? Well, the time. is. now. We are thrilled to announce that the Serial Box app is now live on the Google Play Store and ready for all you Android users to explore and enjoy. If you are an existing Serial Box customer, your library and reading progress will be synced up automatically when you sign in on the Android app. And if you are one of the many readers and listeners who has been anxiously awaiting this day before plunging into the Serial Box universe, now is your big chance! To celebrate, we’re offering 50% off select titles!
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Looking for a writing master class, advice on writing from the top authors in the world, or a lively conversation about books, but don’t want to leave your house (or break the bank)? We’ve gathered 13 of our favorite writing and literary podcasts to give that writer's block a serious run for its money.
In Bullet Catcher, Imma decides it’s time to choose what is right, and what is wrong. Plus, a Christmas special in the Whitehall universe, written by creator Liz Duffy Adams.
In Bullet Catcher, “Gunslingers, Bullet Catchers. Those are just names. They ain’t got nothing to do with right and wrong.” In the conclusion of Tremontaine, New beginnings require difficult ends. 1776 ends: his allies captured, his victories few, George Washington would learn from his mistakes.
In Silverwood: The Door, the SAP’s bloody conquest is nearly complete. In Bullet Catcher, Imma gets introduced to the family business. And it’s a lot bloodier than she’d like. In Tremontaine, The river has more to take.
In Silverwood: The Door, Silverwood is alive with the dead. In Bullet Catcher, Imma has found someone she lost long ago, and maybe a home. But is that enough? In Tremontaine, Kaab and Esha form an alliance.
If you’re planning to travel this holiday season you’re likely to find yourself with a lot of time on your hands. So if you’re the driver and you’re tired of your own playlists or—if you’re a real masochist—the radio, we’ve corralled a few of our favorites for you to listen to, both fiction and nonfiction. And if you’re not the one at the wheel, we’ve got a couple of things you could watch. Because what’s better for traveling than serial content, which is a lot easier to drop when you finally reach your destination (and pick up later when you need to recuperate from having to deal with all those comments about your job and weight and, well, literally everything else)?
In Silverwood: The Door, the survivors scramble to stay alive. In Bullet Catcher, it's time to ride. In Tremontaine, a message from Binkiinha. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
Happy almost Thanksgiving! (Unless you live outside the U.S., in which case, Happy Nondescript Wednesday!) Are you ready to fill your ears as well as your plates? Because we have a special treat for you. Sadly our tech team said there wasn't a way for us to send you pie, but we have the next best thing: serials!
In Silverwood: The Door, a choir of violent delights is ringing through the trees. In Bullet Catcher, it's another day for revenge. 1776: The World Turned Upside Down, delves into November. In Tremontaine, back from hiatus, Kaab gets her revenge. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
This Monday, we lost one of the most influential creators in modern media, Stanley "Stan Lee" Lieber. The co-creator of such characters as (with Jack Kirby) the Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thor (and Larry Lieber), Iron Man (and Larry Lieber), X-Men, and Black Panther; Daredevil (with Bill Everett); Doctor Strange and, of course, Spider-Man (with Steve Ditko), it's hard to overstate how much he and his collaborators changed the face of comics and the cultural landscape.
In Silverwood: The Door, "Out here in the woods, with every last vestige of civilization crumbling, he finally felt like himself." In Bullet Catcher, Imma learns that bullets can be bitter medicine. Tremontaine, still on hiatus. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
In Silverwood: The Door, the scouts comb the woods for answers. All they find is death. In Bullet Catcher, Tremontaine, takes a hiatus. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!