COMIC REVIEW: The Dying and The Dead: Special Edition TP

COMIC REVIEW: The Dying and The Dead: Special Edition TP

8 Jun, 2017

In 2015, prolific comic book writer Jonathan Hickman teamed up with artist Ryan Bodenheim to release issue 1 of the unusual The Dying and The Dead. It created a new mythology and now, the first 3 issues are collected in this Special Edition as issue #4 is released.

Kickstarter: Support the Unit 44 trade paperback

Kickstarter: Support the Unit 44 trade paperback

15 May, 2017

A while back we reviewed the joyful Unit 44, and we liked it. Quite a bit. A deliciously black-humoured comic book take on alien invasion and the mythology of Men in Black. Now it’s back…on Kickstarter.

SCI-FI-LONDON Film Festival 2017 Launches on 27th April

SCI-FI-LONDON Film Festival 2017 Launches on 27th April

22 Apr, 2017

What has 13 UK film premieres, 11 world short premieres and 13 UK short premieres, a total of 25 features, 51 shorts, live music, immersive experiences and of course SCI-FIDO – the world’s only cosplay for dogs? Welcome to the 17th annual SCI-FI-London Film Festival, running from 27th April until the 6th May 2017 across London.

COMIC REVIEW: American Gods: Shadows #1

COMIC REVIEW: American Gods: Shadows #1

12 Mar, 2017

Neil Gaiman is back in the world of comic books; this time as co-writer with P. Craig Russell (The Sandman: The Dream Hunters) in an adaptation of Gaiman’s classic fantasy novel, American Gods. In American Gods: Shadows #1, Dark Horse have presented the story of how and why Shadow, the novel’s protagonist, leaves jail and meets the mysterious and oddly knowledgeable Wednesday

BOOK REVIEW: The Djinn Falls in Love & Other Stories

BOOK REVIEW: The Djinn Falls in Love & Other Stories

3 Mar, 2017

It’s rare to come across a short story collection that hits all your buttons in terms of content, quality and diversity, but The Djinn Falls in Love & Other Stories from Rebellion Publishing is a rare and magical thing indeed! Collected and edited by Mahvesh Murad and Jared Shurin, these stories include the visions of authors from around the world – Bangladesh, US, UK, Egypt, Pakistan, Nigeria and elsewhere – all concerned with the spirit of fire, the djinn.