Aidan: A new series featuring a cloned detective.
Did the past season seem lackluster? Well, get ready to be snowed under by more sf options than ever!
Sometimes, the biggest difference between mystery and horror is the authenticity of the monster. Horse of a Different Color by John L. Lansdale satisfies both.
Interview with Miguel Sequeiros Cardozo, author of the horror microstory anthology Drops of Blood. Cardozo discusses the historical evolution of horror, the current outlook for Spanish horror literature and much, much more.
From audiobook to hardcover print, The Dispatcher is a quick, entertaining read by John Scalzi that will have you anxiously flipping the pages till the end.
Blade of the Destroyer by Andy Peloquin is what you might consider an epic journey of discovery set in a dark, violent world of malevolence…and the antagonists are just as vile.
Twelve Days by Steven Barnes is a thriller, pure and simple. A good measure for new readers to discover the author’s writing style and skill.
Edited by Matthew Bright, the soon to be released anthology Clockwork Cairo is a stellar collection of stories mixing the gothic nuances of Steampunk and the exotic grandeur of Egyptian lore.
Asking the ultimate “what if” question, Memortality by Stephen H. Provost is a fast-paced adventure filled with more questions than it answers. And that’s okay.
In this week’s viewing: Tanya the Evil expands into rocketry, ACCA clings grimly to the idiot ball, and more!
In Mad Shadows II: Dorgo the Dowser and the Order of the Serpent, author Joe Bonadonna has a knack for setting the scene and drawing readers in.
In this week’s viewing: Tanya the Evil climbs the corporate ladder, the bureaucratic machinations of ACCA get ever more complicated, and more!
In this week’s viewing: The snows of winter reveal the second half of premiere week and its winner.
A quick rundown of what the new year will bring us in anime.
a character who helps people after their death to transcend the human body and migrate their souls
A look at what’s coming your way from the anime world in October.
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.
An interview with award-winning author Jaime Molina Garcia, author of “Days to die in paradise”
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!
Next year, John Stith will publish his first novel in twenty years. In the meantime, his entire backlist is being reissued starting with Deep Quarry, a SF mystery featuring the wisecracking detective “bug eye” Takent.
The age of the light novel adaptation has passed and the age of the video game adaptation is upon us. Plus a few other shows coming our way very soon…
In this week’s viewing: Concrete Revolutio explains what it’s really about, The Lost Village brings its monstrous story to a close, and more!
In this week’s viewing: Re: ZERO and The Lost Village go on family-induced guilt trips, Kagewani comes up with a novel use for blood ties, and more!
In this week’s viewing: The Lost Village and Kagewani uncork the pseudoscience, Concrete Revolutio dives into cheesy filmmaking, and more!
In this week’s viewing: Re: ZERO crushes its hero’s spirit again, Concrete Revolutio takes on Vietnam, and more!
Fans had been waiting for the third Dirk Gently novel for over a decade when Douglas Adams passed away with the novel still unfinished. All we have are precious fragments of what might have been.
A live presentation of Roberto Garcia Alvarez’s Lovecraft bio; a new release from David Casas
In this week’s viewing: Re: ZERO and The Lost Village fling confusing clues in all directions, and more!
In this week’s viewing: My Hero Academia starts combat training, The Lost Village gets tacticool, and more!
In this cliffhanger, pulp-style adventure, author Darryle Purcell’s Hollywood Cowboy Detectives find themselves up against their most dangerous nemesis yet.