In this week's viewing: BBK/BRNK and ERASED join Gundam in showing that adults are a bunch of double-crossing creeps, and more!
In this week's viewing: Made in Abyss examines how tough life is without the help of a robot friend, Chronos Ruler ties itself in causal knots, and more!
In this week's viewing: kemurikusa. discovers the source of its problem, Mob Psycho 100 has a wake-up call, and more!
There is one strategy for collecting that I haven't yet mentioned. It is not only potentially the most expensive, it is also the most...
Where do Sailor Moon, Wonder Woman, Cat Woman, Batman, Boba Fett, the Borg, and Captain Jack Sparrow hang out?
In this week's viewing: Demon Slayer levels up, Midnight Occult Civil Servants finds a roundabout way to drop some crucial info, and more!
The world of illustration lost a real treasure this past week when artist Glen Orbik lost his long battle with cancer on May 11th.
I have spent a lot of time in previous posts dwelling in the past. I have been like an old man suddenly lost to the present, the memory of times past reeling behind his eyes while he absently stirs his tea. Well, I think perhaps I should bring this topic into the present and talk about some of the science fiction and fantasy artists working today. There has been an explosion of fantastic art. In the past fantastic art's only reason for being was as illustration to fantastic literature. That changed and today fantastic art is it's own reason for being. You can find fantasy art on posters, tee-shirts, coffee mugs. You can find it on the internet almost as easily as you can find pornography or lolcats.
whether you are Christian, Jew, Muslim, Pagan, or Atheist -- I hope you will not take it amiss that I wish you all a little bit of magic in your homes at this time and throughout the coming year
A special Halloween-themed edition of The Audio File
A review of a history of You Are the Hero adventure game books.
The combination of visual simplicity and effective story telling awakened my sense of wonder and exposed me to new ideas which widened my understanding of life and reality.
In this week's viewing: ACCA is still chasing coup rumors, but Iron-Blooded Orphans comes up with one, and more!
Marcelo Novoa guest-reviews two YA fantasies and two science fiction tales
The Wolf Among Us, Telltale Games' second adaptation of a hit comic book series, landed last week. Their previous work, an expansion on the...
Taking a classic fairy tale and re-telling it in a fresh way is always a fun trope, especially when converting the action to science fiction romance.
A diverse collection of works, Last Plane to Heaven by Jay Lake is a fitting tribute for the author who gave us so much raw candor over the years.
Subscribers - claim your copy of Amazing Stories' 88th Anniversary issue!
When a powerful daemon is murdered on modern-day Earth, all signs point in the same direction
Results of the Alberto Magnus contest and the Tales of Algernon anthology, 7th edition
I remember being uncomfortable about the "psionics" in Dungeons and Dragons back when I was a kid. Psychic powers seemed more appropriate in science...
The episode entitled Smash the Mirror finally saw the Snowqueen truly step up and show her evil
In this week's viewing: Brotherly love, motherly love, and some more dubious targets of affection.
In this week's viewing: The Eccentric Family 2 and Alice and Zoroku sign off, and more!
In this week's viewing: Kill la Kill turns enemies to possible allies, Samurai Flamenco turns reality to fantasy or maybe vice versa, and more!
In this week's viewing: Attack on Titan, We Rent Tsukumogami, and Steins;Gate 0 all confront the past in various senses of the phrase, and more!
Rich men (I am going to fall back on the male gender because most of the collectors in the field of illustration art and...
In this week's viewing: Gatchaman Crowds continues to go to unexpected places, the Shimogamo family tree contains surprises, and more!
YA is hot, and so is fantasy! These YA fantasy novels are standouts