Asni’s Art Blog: Star Wars Popularity Contest: Boba Fett

I've come across quite a staggering amount of Boba Fett art considering that this is at best a secondary character.

Anime roundup 7/26/2018: The End of the Tunnel

In this week's viewing: Two more premieres, returning candidates, and time to set the lineup.

You Don’t Know Dick

Who am I? Am I real? Is this real? Is this...Are you really reading a post on Amazing Stories, or is it all in your head?

Summer 2017 SF Anime Preview

Summer is here and so is the next gargantuan shipment of shows from Japan. Take a look at what's showing up a few days from now.

Equals in a Brave New World

Stories produced as critical satire defy the notion that "this is just fiction": Brave New World and the show Equals deliver two takes.

Dandy Delivers the Goods, Baby

A look at Space Dandy, a new anime series.

Anime roundup 1/16/2014: Kidnapped By Plot

In this week's viewing: hapless teenaged boys are dragged into supernatural doings left and right, and a dark comedy wins premiere week.

Anime roundup 8/17/2017: On the Other Hand

In this week's viewing: 18if makes an epic mashup, Katsugeki Token Ranbu introduces a new twist, and more!

TV Review: Bitten

A review of Bitten, a Canadian show based off of the book series Otherworld by Kelley Armstrong.

Anime roundup 11/9/2017: Sea Change

In this week's viewing: Kino's Journey shows some range, Hozuki's Coolheadedness fractures another fairy tale, and more!

40 years on, did Star Wars change SF for the better...

Imagine George Lucas at the Pearly Gates: would he get into heaven because of his contribution to science fiction, or would he be cast down?

Can you Hear Me, Major Tom?: The Death of David Bowie

Ziggy Stardust has gone back to Mars. Major Tom can't hear us anymore.

Film Review: One Past

A scary, intense film about love and loss. What's not genre about that?

HELIX: A Nitpicker’s Review

An admittedly nit picky review of the SyFy (don't admit to watching it in Polish) channel's latest offering - Helix

TRAILER: Empathy, Inc.

Hotshot venture capitalist Joel has a multimillion-dollar deal go up in smoke, and he and his actress wife Jessica are forced to...

Recap: “Night Zero,” The Strain, Season 1, Episode 1

There’s nothing classical about The Strain’s take on bloodsuckers....

Film Review: Victor Frankenstein

The idea is to deconstruct and reconstruct Frankenstein as a character and a story...through the viewpoint of Igor instead of Frankenstein

Anime roundup 10/20/2016: The Long Tail

In this week's viewing: Cutting the lineup to five shows for the rest of the season is tougher than ever!

Danger – Will Robinson (Lost in Space 2018)

Danger, Will Robinson! Reboot Detected!

All SciFi Chat Tonight

Galaxy Quest and chat on All Sci Fi tonight


Reviews by Steve! The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF), plus three, yes, three movies! (Okay, the movie reviews are shorties.)

Hey, Who Shot First? Again!

A fan’s examination of the evolution of Star Wars from book to film to book to re-releases.

David Fincher’s Alien 3, and What It Can Teach Us

According to my extensive academic research over at Wikipedia this afternoon, the third installment in Fox’s Alien Quadrilogy (’Cause why use the word tetralogy, right? What a...


Steve's second Halloween column this month, in which he tries to do teeny-tiny reviews of 27 movies. Let us know if he succeeds or falls flat on his face.

Anime roundup 12/8/2016: Never Tickle a Sleeping Dragon

In this week's viewing: Iron-Blooded Orphans awakens something centuries old, BBK/BRNK disturbs something much older, and more!

Anime roundup 1/15/2015: Fiction Is Stranger Than Truth

In this week's viewing: The remainder of premiere week is brought to you by the letters W, T, and F, and the number 34.


The other news this week is Benedict Cumberbatch has reportedly signed on for the next Star Wars film.

What Does the Music of the Future Sound Like?

When I was a kid, I saw a cheezy science fiction B movie wherein someone was playing an instrument that looked like a small...

Anime roundup 4/19/2018: The End of the Beginning

In this week's viewing: The last batch of premieres for spring, and a couple of returning faces!

When Apes Ruled the Future

The Planet of the Apes franchise was once our biggest and brightest, until a little film called Star Wars came along.