Science Fiction

Anime roundup 11/30/2017: Hero Complex

Anime roundup 11/30/2017: Hero Complex

In this week's viewing: Inuyashiki and Kino's Journey get bored and decide to let smoeone else be the hero, and more! Read More »

Review: Frankenstein Dreams

Review: Frankenstein Dreams

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

REVIEW: The Naked World by Eli K. P. William

REVIEW: The Naked World by Eli K. P. William

Middle books of a trilogy are the ugly step-child of literature. Everybody loves the first book in a trilogy: the characters are shiny and new and the world is a playground in which to explore. The final book in a trilogy is almost as well loved: we ... Read More »

Lost Forever? Out There – a 1951/1952 Science Fiction TV Series

Lost Forever? Out There – a 1951/1952 Science Fiction TV Series

Fans of classic science fiction have only infrequently been able to see adaptations of written science fiction on television or in movie theaters. Even more, rarely have these adaptions been done seriously with any attention to the source material. ... Read More »

The Great Space Race and More New Releases in Science Fiction Romance

The Great Space Race and More New Releases in Science Fiction Romance

New releases in SF Romance from Grace Goodwin, Elsa Jade, Sabine Priestley, Veronica Scott and Aurora Springer Read More »

Anime roundup 11/23/2017: Time Out Of Mind

Anime roundup 11/23/2017: Time Out Of Mind

In this week's viewing: Hozuki's Coolheadedness and Kino's Journey make with the flashbacks, Guru-Guru gets stuck, and more! Read More »

A New Take-Home Exhibit From the Museum of Science Fiction Celebrates the Women of Sci-Fi

A New Take-Home Exhibit From the Museum of Science Fiction Celebrates the Women of Sci-Fi

After a hugely successful crowdfunding campaign, the finished product is here: Catalysts, Explorers & Secret Keepers: Women of Science Fiction. It’s a collection of new and reprinted works, framed as a take-home exhibit from the Museum of Scienc... Read More »

Comic Review: Port of Earth #1

Comic Review: Port of Earth #1

Port of Earth brings readers back to their science fiction roots with a terrifying near future, aliens have arrived and they are offering humanity an interesting business proposition. Read More »

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Slaughterbots – a Chilling Short Film

What happens when we let our weapons choose their own targets? Read More »

Anime roundup 11/16/2017: Child’s Play

Anime roundup 11/16/2017: Child’s Play

In this week's viewing: Inuyashiki and Guru-Guru explore parental failure, Hozuki's Coolheadedness says the Messiah is a very naughty boy, and more! Read More »

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