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Details to Follow: Nukes (short scifi film).

April 28, 2020 | By | Reply More
Details to Follow: Nukes (short scifi film).

In this short 5-minute-long science fiction film from Michael Spencer, Details to Follow, a young couple’s evening at home is somewhat disrupted by chaos and disaster after a nuclear attack warning is received by the lovebirds. So, just how well do they really know each other, when %^%^ goes sideways?

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Cosplay World by Brian Ashcraft and Luke Plunkett (book review).

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Cosplay World by Brian Ashcraft and Luke Plunkett (book review).

I bought this book, ‘Cosplay World’ by Brian Ashcraft and Luke Plunkett, last year while looking around to see what other books on cosplay was out there. A photo of the Silk Spectre II on the cover was a cert to buy it. Saying that, there is a predominance of anime designs being used. Hardly […]

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Edge magazine & the Ultimate Guide to Fantasy Gaming, issues free online (game news).

April 28, 2020 | By | Reply More
Edge magazine & the Ultimate Guide to Fantasy Gaming, issues free online (game news).

Edge magazine, which looks at computer games from the viewpoint of professional developers and those involved in the actual industry itself, and The Ultimate Guide to Fantasy Gaming magazine (which does what it say on the tin), have put their latest issues up free online to read. You can read the Edge issue over at https://issuu.com/futurepublishing/docs/edg343.issuu_ec?e=1191357/77447665 and you […]

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Fox Fires (Finnish fantasy folktale: short video).

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Fox Fires (Finnish fantasy folktale: short video).

Here’s a short animated movie called Fox Fires, inspired by the Finnish fantasy folk story of the origin of the Aurora Borealis, blending 2D and 3D animation. It’s actually the graduation film of one Duncan from Jordanstone College of Art & Design, in Scotland.   View this post on Instagram   Have a look at […]

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Heavy Metal comic releases new creator-centric title (news).

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Heavy Metal comic releases new creator-centric title (news).

The comic-book Heavy Metal is releasing a new creator-centric print line, called Virus. The compensation offered to creators will be 15% of the sticker price, whether they sell one book or 10,000. Read the full story over at https://www.heavymetal.com/news/heavy-metal-virus-imprint-creator-owned-comics-publishing/ The Offworld Report – the best content offworld SFcrowsnest.

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Mortadelo and Filemón comic-book archive free (news).

April 28, 2020 | By | Reply More
Mortadelo and Filemón comic-book archive free (news).

If you can Habla the ‘ol Spanish, then have we got a treat for you … it’s the Mortadelo and Filemón comic-book archive from 1971 to 1986, which has now been put online over at https://leer-comics.blogspot.com/2019/02/coleccion-ole.html. It’s not been put up a downloadable PDFs, but as online web-pages. If you like a bit of surreal […]

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Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) (Blu-ray film review).

April 25, 2020 | By | Reply More
Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) (Blu-ray film review).

I only recently pulled ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’, wondering how much more can they dip into the same plot. The nexus point of change is Sarah Connor and her teenage son, John, are in Guatemata, thinking the future has changed until a Terminator arrives and kills him and leaving her wounded. A few years later, the […]

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Alter Ego #55 December 2005 (magazine review).

April 25, 2020 | By | Reply More
Alter Ego #55 December 2005 (magazine review).

In my search for unavailable paper copies of ‘Alter Ego’, I picked up # 55, largely because of the Liberty Bell cover with actress Veronica Lake in the pose I spotted on-line. However, as the upsidedown back of the magazine was devoted to a 1943 calendar, this is the back cover. The front is actually […]

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Astronaut (a science fiction film review by Mark Kermode).

April 24, 2020 | By | Reply More
Astronaut (a science fiction film review by Mark Kermode).

In his latest movie review, the master-of-films, Mark Kermode, reviews Astronaut. In this flick, a pensioner widower played by Richard Dreyfuss battles against his age, family and health to look to bag a competition for a trip into space.

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Tintin video game on the way (game news).

April 24, 2020 | By | Reply More
Tintin video game on the way (game news).

Tintin is making a comeback on PC and consoles. Game firm Microids and the rights-owner, Moulinsart, have inked a partnership for the game publishing based on The Adventures of Tintin graphic novels created by Hergé. Their first original action-adventure game will feature  Tintin and Snowy alongside Captain Haddock, Professor Calculus and the finest detectives of […]

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