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London Comic Con May 2018

London Comic Con - cohabiting costumes and cosplay (lots of pichurs!)

Review: The Magic Wagon by Joe R Lansdale

The Magic Wagon reads like a classic dime novel, but the story maintains just enough of Joe R. Lansdale’s unique eye for the odd to appeal to those fans who crave the weird.

Side-by-Side Cosplays Part 2

Cosplay and Crossplay coming to an MCM Comic Con near you (actually, London)

Comic Review: The Last Hunt

Amigo Comics short series The Last Hunt includes elements from all of our favorite genres - and beyond.

Review: Frankenstein Dreams

Frankenstein Dreams: A Connoisseur’s Collection of Victorian Science Fiction is a gallery of literary wonder edited by Michael Sims

Geek Ink

Getting "Ginked" - the fine art of genre tattooing.

What’s new with South Korean science fiction? 

There are new platforms! America has graphic novels; Japan has anime; and South Korea has web comics. Web-based comics known as ‘webtoons’ are...

Review: FLASH GORDON SUNDAYS: DAN BARRY VOLUME 1 – THE DEATH...

Flash Gordon Sundays: Dan Barry Vol 1 – The Death Planet, 1967 – 1971 is one of those books that should be in every collector’s library.

FREE SF/F, E-ZINES, AND OTHER STUFF

Steve ceases reviewing this week to tell you of cheap and free SF/F ebooks, SF sites, semiprozines and all sorts of SF/F resources online. Check them all out!

MCM Manchester Comic Con 2017

Images tell you pretty much all you need to know about the awesomeness that was the Manchester ComicCon.

Review: The Multiverse is a Nice Place to Visit, But I...

With a penchant for literary wit, author Ira Nayman shows readers why The Multiverse is a Nice Place to Visit, But I Wouldn’t Want to Live There.

Comic Con May 2017 – London, baby!

Comic Con in London is a star-studded, all-out geektacular three days of fun, food, celebrities, and costumes, costumes, and more costumes.

Is Doctor Who in trouble? Only if you ignore the way...

Changes in the way people view television programmes do not appear to be taken into account when considering the audience for Dr. Who.

Review: Murder on the Einstein Express and Other Stories by Harun...

Murder on the Einstein Express and Other Stories by Harun Šiljak stretches the parameters of science and fiction by bringing mathematics and physics to life in four short stories.

Review: Into the Guns by William C. Dietz

Into the Guns by William C. Dietz takes readers into a dark future where today’s social and political indifferences in the face of adversity may bring an end to the United States.

Review: Behind the Paranormal by Paul Eno and Ben Eno

Behind the Paranormal: Everything You Know is Wrong may not have all the answers, but it will make you think twice about what you thought you knew.

Review: The Brothers Jetstream: Leviathan by Zig Zag Claybourne

The Brothers Jetstream: Leviathan by Zig Zag Claybourne is a book that never sits still. Just when you think you’ve got things figured out, the next move will leave you shaking your head.

Book Review: Zombie Gold by John L. Lansdale

Zombie Gold by John L. Lansdale welcomes a wide range of readers by combining zombies with supernatural elements, classic folklore, science fiction and a touch of American history.

Thinking in Context: The Anchor of Genre Translation

An exploration of some of the challenges of translating an English language text into Chinese.

Halloween As It Should Be!

One week before Halloween, Terence Jackson shares shares images of costumes old and new.

Psychopompos is a Beautiful Student Film, Based on a Poem by...

a character who helps people after their death to transcend the human body and migrate their souls

Review: Red Sun Magazine

The literary world of SF/F/H just got a lot more accessible with the first installment of Red Sun Magazine, a shining new star in the infinite galaxy of fandom.

Review: THE WITCH OF ZAL by Kerry Gans

THE WITCH OF ZAL by Kerry Gans is a book of two journeys. One taken by a heroine traveling to a magical land, and one taken by the readers who experience a re-imagined classic.

Review: Outlaws of Olympus by C. E. Martin

The Outlaws of Olympus by C. E. Martin is a fresh new series that will appeal to fans of both pulp westerns and Greek Mythology.

Review: Greenwode, Shirewode, and Winterwode by J. Tullos Hennig

Greenwode, Shirewode, and Winterwode by J. Tullos Hennig take readers back to the medieval period, retelling the familiar tale of Robin Hood with just enough twists to give the age-old legend a fresh new perspective.

The Nebula Award for Global Chinese Science Fiction Films

An overview of the first annual Nebula Award for Global Chinese Science Fiction Films.

Review: S.Y.P.H.E.N. by Cortez Law III

The novel S.Y.P.H.E.N. by Cortez Law III is an engaging military adventure of suspense and patriotism, mixing current global concerns and a darker science fiction future.

Top 10 Young Adult Books You Need To Read By Fall

Now that summer is winding down a bit, it's time to start stocking up for winter reading - or - you're TBR pile is just not tall enough!

Review: Wolf’s Empire: Gladiator by Claudia Christian and Morgan Grant Buchanan

In a future galactic empire where Rome never fell, Wolf’s Empire: Gladiator by Claudia Christian and Morgan Grant Buchanan is a refreshing new saga where the past and future collide.

Review: Independence Day: Resurgence

In the tradition of the original 1996 film and the American holiday it was named after, Independence Day: Resurgence exhumes humanity’s same tenacity for facing insurmountable odds in true Emmerich/ Devlin fashion.