Author Archives: Bethany Fehlinger

About Bethany Fehlinger

Bethany Fehlinger is a multiplatform journalist in the features department at the York Daily Record. She is a graduate of Penn State University, is a York City dweller and has been vegan and geek for more than three years. Twitter: @Wonder_vegan

Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Umbral’

“When the bards sing songs of my life, they probably won’t mention this part. The part where I fell into the Umbral and couldn’t get out.” This is the beginning of a new horror fantasy comic titled “Umbral.”

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Pretty Deadly’

I’m not sure how to begin describing the opening scenes of the comic “Pretty Deadly” because so much happens to set up the story in the first few pages.

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“Mama Gena’s Marriage Manual” by Regena Thomashauer

If you want to save your marriage, do not pick up “Mama Gena’s Marriage Manual” by Regena Thomashauer.

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‘Everything but the Kitchen Sink’ by Francesca Beauman

If you want a good giggle fit, but don’t have much time to read, pick up “Everything but the Kitchen Sink” by Francesca Beauman, though the subtitle can be misleading.

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Alex + Ada’

Feel lonely? Just got your heart broken? Fill the void with an android boyfriend or girlfriend, which is the premise of Image Comics’ “Alex + Ada.”

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Autism awareness comic book creators to hold “Face Value Comics” signings

Dover resident David Kot started off with an idea to create a handbook to help with his autism spectrum research — and now he created a comic titled “Face Value Comics.”

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Rat Queens’

It’s a woman’s world for Dee, Hannah, Violet and Betty, a rowdy foursome of fearless fighters in Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch’s “Rat Queens.”

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Rocket Girl’

Dayoung Johansson rockets to the past from the future 2013 to save the world from the monopoly of Quintum Mechanics in this week’s Comic Book Wednesday title, “Rocket Girl.”

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Chills and thrills arrive at Halloween ComicFest

Halloween ComicFest is back again, and York County comic book stores will be participating with costume contests, prizes and free comics!

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Hinterkind’

What if Mother Earth had enough of the human race and decided to demote us? Would we be able to adapt being near the bottom of the food chain? Vertigo’s “Hinterkind” explores this story.

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