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Get Your Free Comic Book

It’s time again for Free Comic Book Day! Join us to get your FREE-to-take-home comic book at the Central Park Community Center. Staff from Gatekeeper Hobbies will be on hand to give out a wide variety of comic books including many favorites for any taste or age, like The Simpsons, Batman, Spongebob Squarepants, and The […]

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Book Review

  The Curiosities: A Collection of Stories is a recently published anthology of short stories written by young adult writers Maggie Stiefvater, Tessa Gratton and Brenna Yovanoff. In May of 2008, these writers created a website called Merry Sisters of Fate, merryfates.com, a place for them to post very short stories, about one a week. […]

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Comic Books to Movies in 2013 and Beyond

Speculations and expressions of high hopes often act as the sources of rumors regarding soon-to-be movies.  However, that information is frequently incorrect or subject to change. For example, you can find many articles with information about the next solo Batman movie, but nothing it seems, is set in stone.  Here, we will look at some […]

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Comic Book Blog

New comic book titles will be arriving soon at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library!  We chose comics to satisfy a variety of taste and ages. But don’t worry; the old standards like Batman and The X-Men will keep coming in. Here are some of those new titles. Garfield         Sonic Universe […]

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COMIC BOOK NEWS

Welcome to the blog from the staff of Gatekeeper Hobbies. This blog will cover a variety of topics from the pop culture world including comic books and anime. It‘s hot in Topeka and the box office is just as blazing with The Amazing Spider-Man web-slinging his way to the silver screen and the finale of The Dark Knight […]

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What's Your Favorite Dystopian Novel?

While in high school you may read (or be assigned to read) Orwell’s 1984, Huxley’s Brave New World, or Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, all classic examples of the dystopian novel, a sub-genre of science fiction. Perhaps in middle school you read (maybe you were assigned to read) The Giver, by Lois Lowry or City of Ember, […]

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