Science Fiction

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    Code Name: Talamh- Issue 1 Preview

    Code Name: Talamh Issue 1 The Geeked Gods Studios @GeekedGodsPress Writer Ashish Thomas @thatguyash1018 here Artist/Colors/Letterer-Graham Sisk Digitally Available at Comixology here Physical Copies Available at the Geeked Gods Studios Big Cartel Store here...
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    World Reader Vol. 1: Dead Stars is Amazing

    World Reader Vol. 1: Dead Stars is Amazing By Paul Aloisio Every so often I come across a comic that is so overwhelmingly great that it’s hard to put it into words. World Reader is this type of book. I don’t even think you should be reading this review. You should...
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    The Twilight Zone-10 Scariest Episodes

    The Twilight Zone-10 Scariest Episodes By Ashish Thomas The Twilight Zone is classic Science Fiction at its best the Rod Sterling led series was influential on several future series The Simpsons, Fringe, Black Mirror, and other series have paid homage to the influence of the Twilight Zone. Twilight Zones...
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    Review: Reborn Book One

    Mark Millar’s Reborn has been out of control since the start, and by the end of the sixth issue, it seems that everything is completed, exhausted, and satisfyingly finished. The book plays with the idea that there is neither Heaven nor Hell after death; instead, there’s a world of The Lord of...
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    Best Sci-Fi Tabletop RPGs

    The universe is vast, maybe even infinite. Exploring the unknown reaches of space is a common theme in fiction, but books, movies, and even video games are limited in the scope of presenting places where no one has gone before. But tabletop RPGs are only as limited as your...
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    Valerian: The Complete Collection Volume 1

    This weekend came with the big news that Doctor Who is having its first female doctor! A casting decision fifty-four years in the making, it’s a massive shift for the series and one, minding the usual resistance, by those unhappy when an institution changes genders, that’s being widely celebrated....
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    Beneath the Planet of the Apes: The sequel that should have never been

      Beneath the Planet of the Apes: The sequel that should have never been By Richard Lynch 1968’s Planet of the Ape’s is one of the greatest science fiction films of all time. It was also a huge box-office success, which of course, means a sequel was inevitable. 1970,...
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    A.D.: After Death Comes to a Stunning Conclusion in Issue 3

    Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder’s A.D.: After Death comes to its conclusion in book three, in which Jonah Cooke’s journey beyond a life where death does not exist comes to a stunning and powerful end. Continuing what was started in the first installment, this deeply personal science fiction tale...
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    Hidden Gems: Beyond the Black Rainbow (2010)

    Few films have ever been able to leave me in awe the way that 2010’s Beyond the Black Rainbow. Feeling as if Satan had directed 2001 instead of Kubrick, the film is a visceral, otherworldly experience in a league of its own. Yet, it’s been shrouded in obscurity. I can’t really figure out...