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Jupiter # 37: XXXVII Kale.

August 31, 2012 | By | Reply More
Jupiter # 37: XXXVII Kale.

‘Jupiter’ continues on its way with another stupendous collection of stories. A really enjoyable edition displaying plenty of variety, great quality and intriguing subject matter. Definitely one to read for all Science Fiction fans out there. Six stories on offer this time. We start with Krishan Coupland’s ‘Apples’. In a post-apocalypse world, two children make […]

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The Best of Kage Baker.

August 31, 2012 | By | Reply More
The Best of Kage Baker.

The big problem with anything that is labelled ‘Best Of…’ is no one can actually agree what should be included or left out. While it is useful to stimulate discussion, the ultimate choice will either leave the reader smug or frustrated. While the author is available to be the final arbiter, there is an excuse […]

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Undermind – The Complete Series boxset.

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Undermind – The Complete Series boxset.

‘Undermind’ was a Science Fiction series made by ABC television in the UK in 1965, in black and white of course, with 11 episodes each lasting 60 min. ABC made very good television back in the 60s, some of it like this which was very good indeed so we should be thankful that Network DVD […]

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Spaceship Away Part 27 Summer 2012.

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Spaceship Away Part 27 Summer 2012.

Get your 1950s style spaceship out, it’s time to join Captain Dan Dare in the latest edition of ‘Spaceship Away’. Oddly, in the opening part of Tim Booth’s story, Parsecular Tales’, he only makes a brief appearance as he’s off on a mission to the Asteroid Belt. It is Hank Hogan who is introduced to […]

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The Odd Life of Timothy Green (Frank’s Take).

August 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
The Odd Life of Timothy Green (Frank’s Take).

The whimsical wonderment behind The Odd Life of Timothy Green is undeniably sweet and sentimental. This is the kind of nostalgic Disney-esque style filmmaking that satisfies the uplifting verve of movie audiences looking to escape into a magical malaise of the cutesy curiosities. Armed with a thought-provoking message about a pocketful of miracles resting on […]

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Energized by Edward M. Lerner

August 28, 2012 | By | Reply More
Energized by Edward M. Lerner

Edward Lerner’s latest book, ‘Energized’, is a post-disaster book. An accident has resulted in the Middle East oil being radioactive contaminated, according to the book’s inside sleeve, and Russia has a bigger say in where other countries’ power resources are procured from. It’s a shame there isn’t more emphasis on this disaster in the opening […]

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The Silent War (The Asteroid Wars book 3) by Ben Bova

August 28, 2012 | By | Reply More
The Silent War (The Asteroid Wars book 3) by Ben Bova

I am new to ‘The Asteroid Wars, having missed ‘The Precipice’ and ‘The Rock Rats’ that preceded this book but ‘The Silent War’ looked interesting enough to skip those and dive right in with the last book of the series. It certainly does not require the reader to have read the other books being a […]

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Don’t Step Over The Welcome Mat

August 27, 2012 | By | Reply More
Don’t Step Over The Welcome Mat

a story of house etiquette by: GF Willmetts   I don’t let anyone breathing into my house.   I can see what you’re thinking. You’ll hold your breath. I tell you, when you see my axe, you’ll have a sharp intake of breath. Works every time. So, come on over.   © GF Willmetts 2012 […]

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Para Time. Slider with Cops?

August 25, 2012 | By | Reply More
Para Time. Slider with Cops?

The chap behind the retro time-travelling TV crime series, Life on Mars (and its follow-up Ashes to Ashes), Matthew Graham, is coming back with a new series for 20th Century Fox that sounds a little like Sliders combined with Hill Street Blues. Called Para Time – as in parallel universe, rather than the British nickname […]

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Star Wars Detours.

August 25, 2012 | By | Reply More
Star Wars Detours.

For those that like their Star Wars live action-stylee and believe that the Clone Wars is a step too far for the Lucas Film franchising monster, you may want to avert your delicate eyes now, for Seth Green’s Star Wars: Detours send-up is nearly upon us. We are promised that the action in the comedy […]

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