This week is movie week—a fantasy over a century old, and a brand new science fiction. Both are very good for their time, Steve thinks—see what you think!
As conditions in the world appear to get more and more dire, portal fantasies become more and more inviting.
The comic Lost in Space: The Lost Adventures takes fandom back in time to one of those charming television shows we grew up with.
A new fantasy entry for the greatest fantasy novels of all time.
The character of the young Arthur, known as Wart, was so finely crafted that famous authors such as J. K. Rowling and Neil Gaiman have confessed to borrowing elements of the character for their own stories.
A new addition to the Greatest SF&F works of all time!
An 8th tome is added to our running list of – THE GREATEST FANTASY NOVELS OF ALL TIME
The latest induction into the Greatest of All Time list
Which novel has RK vetted for this go ’round? Read on to find out!
Read on to find the latest addition to The Greatest Fantasy Novels of ALL Time
“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
A survey of depictions of black holes in spanish SF, with a bit about SF’s contributions to the visualization of cosmological chaos
Down the Wormhole by Ana Franco is an ambitious first installment to a complex, imaginative and often unpredictable young adult fantasy story.
A great quest with a deadline opens this homage to Victorian/Edwardian adventures.