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2000AD Prog 2071 (emag review).

March 12, 2018 | By | Reply More
2000AD Prog 2071 (emag review).

‘Judge Dredd: Live Evil’ (part 3) is beginning to add up after another exciting episode in the latest edition of ‘2000AD’. The Judge who can talk to the dead meets a ghostly alien presence who explains what’s been happening to her. The concept is similar to the Old Ones in Heinlein’s ‘Stranger In A Strange […]

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Science Fiction Poster Art edited by Tony Nourmand and Graham Marsh (book review).

March 12, 2018 | By | Reply More
Science Fiction Poster Art edited by Tony Nourmand and Graham Marsh (book review).

Never one to ignore old books, I picked up this 2003 book, ‘Science Fiction Poster Art’ edited by Tony Nourmand and Graham Marsh last year and now fitting it into my schedule. Even a book that is 15 years old can still have some relevance, especially when it comes to poster art. After all, when […]

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The Expanse third season (trailer).

March 11, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Expanse third season (trailer).

Here’s the trailer for the 3rd season of The Expanse, which is coming out April 2018.

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Quick-Kill And The Galactic Secret Service (Parts 1-3) by K.J. Heritage (ebook review).

March 9, 2018 | By | 1 Reply More
Quick-Kill And The Galactic Secret Service (Parts 1-3) by K.J. Heritage (ebook review).

  I must admit I have a nostalgic fondness for good old-fashioned Science Fiction with spaceships, lasers, explosions and daring-do. Perhaps it was all the Flash Gordon I used to watch at the Saturday morning cinema. Anyway, ‘Quick-Kill And The Galactic Secret Service’ brings it all back, although it’s been updated to reflect the technical […]

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Electric Dreams Episode 8: Autofac (TV episode review).

March 8, 2018 | By | Reply More
Electric Dreams Episode 8: Autofac (TV episode review).

A prescient story in its time, written in 1954, ‘Autofac’, refashioned in the age of instant gratification through Internet consumerism, is spot on with its observations. Updated to give us a female protagonist, the plot builds up slowly doling out clues to the final act which we really should pick up. A couple of neat […]

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Starks War (book 1) by Jack Campbell (writing as John G. Hemry).

March 8, 2018 | By | Reply More
Starks War (book 1) by Jack Campbell (writing as John G. Hemry).

This is the first book in ‘The Stark’s War Trilogy’. As we have come to expect from Campbell (which is John G. Hemry’s pen name), this is futuristic military Science Fiction but while his ‘The Lost Fleet’ series of books is the navy in space, ‘Stark’s War’ is very much army and US Army to […]

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Electric Dreams Episode 7: The Father Thing (TV episode review).

March 7, 2018 | By | Reply More
Electric Dreams Episode 7: The Father Thing (TV episode review).

Based on the Philip K Dick story of the same name, without the hyphen, ‘The Father Thing’ is directed and written by Michael Dinner is the modern American version of the story which, unfortunately, includes the almost untranslatable obsession with baseball. Most of the first ten minutes or so is incomprehensible to the UK audience […]

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Lost in Space: first full trailer.

March 6, 2018 | By | Reply More
Lost in Space: first full trailer.

The new Lost in Space TV series will hit Netflix on 13th April 2018. Here’s the first full trailer for the new series. It seems the robot is an alien A.I rather than something the Robinson clan carried from Earth with them. The Robinson family, part of a highly trained mission to establish a new […]

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The Stone Killer : a Psi-Kicks story by: GF Willmetts

March 4, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Stone Killer  :  a Psi-Kicks story by: GF Willmetts

Who fears her the most? Those she’s been asked to protect or the person she’s been asked to apprehend? Like the daughter of death that she represented, she stalked through the streets unfearing in the poor light. Late in the evening, other than herself, only the drunks and the prossies, looking for a hook, patrolled […]

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The Divided States Of America Bundle #1 (e-book review).

March 2, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Divided States Of America Bundle #1 (e-book review).

‘The Divided States Of America’ from Nomadic Delirium Press is a kind of shared world in which writers are invited to set a wide variety of stories. It was, I think, dreamed up by Nomadic Delirium editor J Alan Erwine. In the future, the USA has broken up into thirteen states with a lawless territory […]

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