Jon Skovron’s newest YA novel, Man Made Boy, follows his protagonist on a journey of self-discovery across America. He has some adventures, falls in love, gets a job and learns a thing or two about family and responsibility—but it's complicated by the fact that he’s also the son of Frankenstein’s Monster and his Bride.
The first Frankenstein on film wasn't tall, green, and Boris Karloff — he was hairy and silent and made his movie debut 100 years ago. Here's the story of the first Frankenstein to ever grace the moving picture.
Seriously, people: Witches are better than werewolves? Is Summer Glau brandishing the broomstick in your imagination? (Or, actually, maybe it's fellow Whedonite Alyson Hannigan? Suddenly it all makes more sense.) Nonetheless, this time, it's witchcraft versus science gone wrong.