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Beneath London (A Langdon St. Ives novel) by James P. Blaylock (book review)

June 27, 2017 | By | Reply More
Beneath London (A Langdon St. Ives novel) by James P. Blaylock   (book review)

When a perfectly preserved great auk is recovered from a sinkhole beneath London, Langdon St. Ives is keen to explore the area and prepares to set out for London to visit his old friend, Gilbert Frobisher. However, when a local witch woman is murdered and her head is removed from the scene, St. Ives must […]

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Titancon 2019 hosting the European Science Fiction Convention.

June 27, 2017 | By | Reply More
Titancon 2019 hosting the European Science Fiction Convention.

Titancon, the Belfast-based science fiction convention which has been held in the city annually since 2011, will also be hosting the European Science Fiction Convention in 2019. Titancon 2019 is expected to attract up to a thousand fans of science fiction and fantasy literature, art, crafts, comics, film and television. The event will take place […]

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War for the Planet of the Apes: reviews say, yes.

June 27, 2017 | By | Reply More
War for the Planet of the Apes: reviews say, yes.

So, the first reviews are just in for the War for the Planet of the Apes movie and they all seem to be very positive. Here’s the last trailer for the film. Number 4, we think. The official blurb reads … In War for the Planet of the Apes, the third chapter of the franchise, Caesar […]

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Floodtide by Helen Claire Gould (book review)

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Floodtide by Helen Claire Gould  (book review)

The icy planet of Naxada is about to undergo catastrophic changes due to volcanic activity and impending meteor strikes. A team of scientists has been studying the planet in its final months but, as the project draws to a close, they discover two tribes of humanoid aliens living in the lava caves beneath the surface. […]

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Neil Gaiman’s Mr. Hero Complete Comics Vol. 1 (graphic novel review)

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Neil Gaiman’s Mr. Hero Complete Comics Vol. 1  (graphic novel review)

Neil Gaiman’s Mr. Hero is a character in the Teknophage epic which was dreamed up by Neil Gaiman in the early 1990s but folded in a comicbook bust the like of which happens every ten years or so. It’s fair to point out that this volume can be read as a standalone but does tie […]

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TwoMorrows 50% off sale of 2016 magazines.

June 27, 2017 | By | Reply More
TwoMorrows 50% off sale of 2016 magazines.

Now through this Friday, June 30, get 50% OFF all but our last year’s print magazines at www.twomorrows.com! This is your last chance to save big, while completing your collection of: Alter Ego Back Issue Comic Book Artist Comic Book Creator Draw Jack Kirby Collector Rough Stuff even BrickJournal (our magazine for LEGO fans) Word or warning: Many of our last year’s mags are […]

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Neil Gaiman’s Teknophage Vol. # 2 (graphic novel review)

June 26, 2017 | By | Reply More
Neil Gaiman’s Teknophage Vol. # 2   (graphic novel review)

Neil Gaiman’s Teknophage Vol. # 2 is the follow up to ‘Neil Gaiman’s Teknophage Vol. # 1 which is part of a series of comics with one epic story. This volume starts with a revolt against Henry Phage, powerful and crafty reptilian ruler of Kalighoul for several million years. Kalighoul is a parallel Earth and […]

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Neil Gaiman’s Teknophage Vol. # 1 (graphic novel review)

June 26, 2017 | By | Reply More
Neil Gaiman’s Teknophage Vol. # 1   (graphic novel review)

Big picture first. ‘Teknophage’ is one of several comics published back in the early 1990s by Laurie Silvers and Mitchell Rubenstein, who created the Sci-Fi Channel. Comics were booming and they thought the time was ripe for it. Neil Gaiman, a rising star then, a superstar now, was invited to come up with concepts to […]

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The Joker: A Serious Study Of The Crown Prince Of Crime edited by Robert Moses Pleaslee and Robert G. Weiner (book review)

June 25, 2017 | By | 2 Replies More
The Joker: A Serious Study Of The Crown Prince Of Crime edited by Robert Moses Pleaslee and Robert G. Weiner  (book review)

Editors Robert Moses Pleaslee and Robert G. Weiner assert in the introduction that of all the comicbook villains, the Joker stands head and shoulders as the most memorable. I imagine he has a laugh about that, too. The runner-up is Marvel’s Magneto, so it would be interesting to see a serious book on the magnetic […]

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Doctor Who: Diamond Dogs by Mike Tucker (book review)

June 25, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Diamond Dogs by Mike Tucker  (book review)

One of three new novels for the new ‘Doctor Who’ companion ‘Diamond Dogs’ tips a curtsey nod to the late great David Bowie with its title. An off-planet adventure for Bill and the Doctor sees her introduction to his interesting moral code as they land inside one of the biggest diamond vaults anywhere so he […]

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