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Review: Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons - GameStop Hardcover Edition

Review: Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons – GameStop Hardcover Edition

One of the biggest crossover events in comic books last year was seeing Rick and Morty take on the world of Dungeons & Dragons in a four-issue arc. Penned by Jim Zub and Patrick Rothfuss with art by Troy Little and colors by Leonardo Ito, it was the pop-culture peanut butter and chocolate combo you […]

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Worldbuilding On Multiple Levels: An Interview with Patrick Rothfuss

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been watching author/gamer and all around good-hearted geek Patrick Rothfuss bust his tail to promote his non-profit charity, Worldbuilders. The organization collects donations once a year, with all of the proceeds going to Heifer International and, in return, those who donate are entered into contests to win some cool donated items. It’s […]

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[Rumor] Sam Raimi Not Directing Lionsgate’s ‘Kingkiller Chronicle’ Film

We very much want to say right off the bat- this is still pretty deep in rumor territory. A report from an outlet claims that director Sam Raimi is no longer attached to direct Lionsgate’s live-action adaptation of Patrick Rothfuss‘s “Kingkiller Chronicle”. According to ScienceFiction.com, a source informed the outlet that Raimi is no longer set to […]

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PAX Unplugged: An Afternoon with Pat Rothfuss

  Patrick Rothfuss took the stage at the Mothman Theatre during PAX Unplugged, and immediately asked attendees to lower their expectations for his panel. It appears he had some trouble getting to his presentation, with an emergency alert going out and directions to NOT use the emergency exits! Despite not getting his morning coffee, Rothfuss […]


Patrick Rothfuss Briefly Talks Rick and Morty/D&D Crossover Comic

Last week, IDW and Oni Press came together at C2E2 to announce a special Rick and Morty comic book crossover event with Dungeons & Dragons, and that the lucky soul who would get to pen this creation would be Patrick Rothfuss. Since then, we haven’t heard much about the details beyond the idea that it […]

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[#WonderCon] Gather ‘Round the Campfire: Tellin’ Tales with Patrick Rothfuss, R.A. Salvatore, Tina LeCount Myers, and Jenna Rhodes

[Editor’s Note: This piece comes to us from the Gather Round the Campfire panel during WonderCon 2018 from Bleeding Cool contributor Dana Han-Klein.] Throw a bunch of fantasy writers in a room and what do you get? Philosophy, minimal practicality, and some great zingers. WonderCon 2018 special guest Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Kingkiller Chronicle series, was joined […]

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Wise Man’s Fear Review: Kvothe Learns Adulting Can Be Complicated

The Wise Man’s Fear is Patrick Rothfuss‘s second book in the Kingkiller Chronicles. It follows the mage Kvothe becoming the magical equivalent of an upperclassman in mage school and being forced to take something of a hybrid gap-year/spring break. He travels, has adventures, learns the pleasures and dangers of the opposite sex, and learns that […]

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Lionsgate’s ‘Kingkiller Chronicles’ May Get Sam Raimi as Director

The highly anticipated adaptations (both film and TV series) based on Pat Rothfuss‘s “The Kingkiller Chronicles” may have found the perfect director. Maybe you’ll recall back in 2016 when Lin-Manuel Miranda was brought in to serve as creative producer and musical mastermind of both a feature film and TV series for Lionsgate, with Rothfuss a part of the […]

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The Kingkiller Chronicle Finds A Home At Showtime

It was earlier this year when we’d reported on Lionsgate’s having secured the film, television, stage, and video game rights to the award-winning fantasy series, The Kingkiller Chronicle, by Patrick Rothfuss. Added to that the excitement that the executive producer will be none other than Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, we’ve been anxiously awaiting any new […]

The Name Of The Wind – Epic Fantasy Or Fictional Biography?

The Saturday after Thanksgiving I’d gotten together with a group of friends for what we call “Friendsgiving”. A chance to have a Thanksgiving meal with the people you REALLY want to see. This particular group are voracious readers but on a wide array of genres. One friend reads Lovecraft, another is into science fiction while […]

Lin-Manuel Miranda And Patrick Rothfuss Team To Adapt The Kingkiller Chronicles

It’s like someone at Lionsgate was sitting at my table on Thanksgiving day. The talk was about the Hamilton the musical, Lin-Manuel Miranda and then we shifted to the charitable work of Patrick Rothfuss and his fantasy series The Kingkiller Chronicles. Today, Variety is telling us that Lionsgate has tapped Miranda to be creative producer […]

How Game of Thrones Changed Fantasy…Or Did It?

Christine Marie Vinciquarra writes for Bleeding Cool: I’m getting a healthy dose of Game of Thrones discussion today, with my second panel being How a Game of Thrones Changed Fantasy…or Did It? I was thrilled to find out that David Peterson, who taught me (and a bunch of other people) Dothraki earlier today, was moderating […]