Kroma is an independent online graphic novel written by James Dee with art by John Chester, Sebastien Sanches and James Dee. It tells the story of the kingdom of Kroma, whose people have been divided based on colours
Barsoom. Sooner or later, every artist has to try their hand illustrating Burrough’s tales
Fury Road is caught up in a furious cycle of endless fury.
Unlike in the olden days when we had to walk barefoot in the snow, uphill, both ways, to find fantasy art, today there are hundreds, if not thousands of online resources to slake your need.
A profile of author Eduardo Galeano
Fantasy art is flourishing in the world of gaming
An interview with illustrator and graphic artist Shawn King
Steve stomps on several sucky SF/F movies. All had good actors; should have been better.
G. J. Koch (aka Gini Koch) takes readers on a fast-paced, space opera romp, filled with pirates, derring-do, donkeys, sewage, and, well… boobs.
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 one of these groups dedicated to those of us who feel […]
A story bundle for time travel addicts!
Tim Lebbon’s 2012 novel The Heretic Land is something of an endangered species in modern publishing; a self-contained, complete unto itself secondary world fantasy novel.
“For God’s sake let us sit upon the ground And tell sad stories about the death of kings.” Richard 11, Act 3, Scene 2 Shakespeare knew how to entertain a crowd and teach history at […]
Ivan clues us in on the FIRST EVER scheduled meeting for SF & Fantastic literature in Bolivia
Este primer encuentro de Ciencia Ficción y Literatura Fantástica de Bolivia está organizado
The Wachowski’s have frequently bewildered with their willingness to experiment…which makes “Jupiter” their strangest concoction yet – a purely conventional one.
Here’s one technique for wooing your Muse back
A round up of new things from our spanish speaking friends
Forget about all the things we were promised to have in 2015 by Back to the Future. 2015 seems to be our year for the movies, us geeks and nerds, that is. I do hope […]
A profile of Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky, director of Solaris and Stalker, among others.
As we transit from Christmas to New Years let’s take a look back at some of the images that got left behind.
This week, Steve shares his love of 3D. How do YOU feel about 3D?
It’s time to drop our dual identity and adopt a tripartate one.