So, you heard about that Sailor Moon reboot everyone is all excited about? It's been pushed back to 2014 at least. Instead, here are...
The reissue of the Ecuadorian science fiction novel for adolescents, Infinito 9 (Loqueleo, 2017) by Verónica Coello Game leads to discussion of YA lit.
In this review of Abandoned by Jorge Oswaldo Claudio Toscano, Ivan questions whether it achieves its purpose of raising awareness of environmental deterioration.
In this week's viewing: Re:ZERO and No Guns Life enjoy some villainous idiocy, and more!
In this week's viewing: It's an uncommonly good start to the new season!
An overview of new small presses that publish in French that have been established since the beginning of 2015.
Argentina includes genre in a Federal writing contest; Counterfactual has a review of the second issue ofAeternum; The Argentine North American Cultural Institute offers a creative writing workshop; more
Judge books by their cover? Everyone does it. That’s why – and despite the mis-marketing, agenting “horror stories” (both artist and author) and egregious...
A trip down memory lane - with art catalogs!
It's almost time for a fresh shipment of new shows from Japan.
Christmas 2012 was very good. And one of the reasons it was so good was that among the presents that Santa (in this case...
It's season premiere time, so let's set aside the continuing shows for a week to look at new stuff. (Space Brothers is taking the...
In this week's viewing: The final commentary lineup for the season is whittled down, but not by much!
In this week's viewing: Samurai Flamenco confronts insanity, Kill la Kill and Nobunagun say that's fine because it's awesome, and more!
Author, artist, screenwriter and now...producer? Check out Dianne L Gardner's project to bring her Ian's Realm Saga to the screen!
The leaves will soon be falling, and so will a new batch of shows!
In this week's viewing: Hozuki's Coolheadedness and Kino's Journey make with the flashbacks, Guru-Guru gets stuck, and more!
Surrealistic horror-fantasy, by way of gonzo journalism
The more we detect fake sentiment or emotion, or (in our case) pandering to a love of dragons and wizards - as opposed to honest "self-expression" - the less we are going to care whether "just for the love of it" was the reason for creation
Rosana Azar, an artist immune to commissions who "paints from the inside out".
Ivan Prado Sejas interviews Bolivian fantasy author Ana Triveño Gutierrez
Don’t be left in the dark. Will Smith and Joel Edgerton bring the Fantasy and Science Fiction worlds together for a few bright moments in the Netflix film Bright.
The Wolf Among Us, Telltale Games' second adaptation of a hit comic book series, landed last week. Their previous work, an expansion on the...
Mike Brotherton - 'hard' scientist, recommends a few fantasy novels that might appeal to readers of 'hard' science fiction.
I belong to several online groups through Facebook and other various media, as I’m sure many of you do, too. I came across in...
Author Matthew Hughes has written a “slipstream” historical novel with fantasy elements. But much of it is true. Is it SF/F? You decide (I already think so!)
An early experiment in on-demand magazine publishing.
Science Fiction Television Gerry Anderson Official Website Fanderson Site Anderson Encycliopedia Neil Gaiman Sings XL5 Theme Song Irwin Allen Irwin Allen Irwin Allen News Website Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Lost in...
By and large, the illustrators on DeviantArt are far more respectful of how the characters are described by the author, than the professional illustrators responsible for the various cover versions.
In this week's viewing: Re: ZERO and The Lost Village fling confusing clues in all directions, and more!