Anime/Comics

Articles and posts that deal with science fiction, fantasy and horror in anime, comics and animated works.

Novedades de Abril 3 y de Mayo 1

New releases – Codigofagia. Mexican Cinema and Science Fiction; Fanzine 11.5. fictional language; University of New Granada is coordinating the course: Ideology and figurations of monstrosity in the Spanish and Latin American narrative of the 21st century; Professor Giancarlo Stagnaro presents “Peruvian science fiction (1960-2020): between panoramas and promises”.

Novedades de Abril 2

New book releases, “The Demon of Perversity” by David Kolkrabe, “Corvus”, with the winning stories from the “Corvus Contest”, Issue 74 of El Narratorio released; Espacio El Huerto presented its April gathering and more

Novedades de Marzo 4

Proxima magazine’s Yearbooks are on sale; Acuedi Ediciones publkishes “Stories from Merlin’s Library” by Merlin Chambi; Editorial Solaris of Uruguay analzyzes Kubrick;s 2001, more

Novedades de Febrero 3

“Museum of Monstrosities. Horror micro-stories” from Editorial Cthulhu; Combinatorial Machine volume 4, number 2 is out, “Imaginary Words, Conversations on Fantastic Literature of the V Region” to be broadcast, more

Novedades de Diciembre 1

New releases – History of Latin American Science Fiction II edited by Tersa López Pelliza and Silvia Kurlat, Presbyter Eternal residents, Dan Aragonz’s Induced State, Ediciones del Olvido has published the book “Outside this gate the abyss stalks me”, more

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Cowboy Bebop (Live Action) – Will Netflix’s Space Bounty Hunters Catch Their Audience?

If you were a Cowboy Bebop fan before Netflix dropped its live-action series (11/19/2021) you may have been disappointed at the result because it’s hard to separate the series you know from the sometimes identical sometimes strangely different live-action series. Our reviewer talks about cognitive dissonance and how our favorite space bounty hunters coped with being brought to life.