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SPOILER REVIEW: THE WITCHER (Season 1)!

Steve, not being much of a gamer, was unimpressed by the blurb for the TV version of The Witcher. Did he change his mind when he actually saw the series? Find out for yourself!
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ANNOUNCEMENT: The Killing Spell, by Shane Ulrrein

Edward’s new relationship puts him to the ultimate test as he must risk being with the boy he loves even at the cost of his own life!

Evil is a Matter of Perspective: An Anthology of Antagonists, ed....

Evil certainly is a matter of perspective. But, then again, so is goodness

Comic Review: Arrowsmith

Arrowsmith is one of the best alternate history and fantasy comics out there.

BOOK REVIEW: Lisa Goldstein’s Walking The Labyrinth & 2014 Year-end 

Steve reviews Lisa Goldstein's "Walking the Labyrinth" and lists his posts of 2014. Happy new year!

BUTTON, BUTTON—Who’s Got the button? 

Steve collects movie memorabilia at cons. Do you?

Interview With Gary Chalk, Fantasy Artist, Author and Games Designer

an interview with the unstoppable game designer, author and illustrator - Gary Chalk.

An Introduction to Schooled in Magic

Different worlds, different science. Chris Nuttall introduces us to one of his favorite themes.

LOST IN SPACE Reviews of Unknown or Underappreciated Books: A Wizard...

Not every author achieves blockbuster status but they may very well still be worth reading. Adam Gaffen pulls some overlooked gems from his shelves in Lost In Space. This episode - an eight book fantasy series by Christopher Stasheff.

Recap: “Burn, Witch, Burn!” American Horror Story: Coven, Episode 5

Magic is wielded so inconsistently in Coven that I can’t grasp how it works.

Interview with Carl Critchlow, artist, illustrator and inventor of Thrud the...

Carl Critchlow has been an artist and author on the SF and fantasy scenes for almost thirty years, during which his work has appeared in DC Comics as well as 2000AD.

Ooky Spooky Animanga Part II: The Everlasting Impact of Kiki’s Delivery...

I don’t think there’s a single thing I dislike about Hayao Miyazaki’s 1989 film Kiki’s Delivery Service

Review: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

I’m going to cheat a little, and review a movie that’s not really a genre movie. Well, as far as I’m concerned it is, because the movie’s about magic—and many fans are very much interested in magic—and also because the underlying theme of the movie is very much “sense of wonder,”