Do you believe in aliens? How about the lost city of Atlantis? When the facts are edited, and the science glossed over…who will come to the rescue?
A brand new post-apocalyptic tale makes the rounds today – but the humans left “alive” in ‘Little Monsters’ are markedly different than your usual lot!
Numerous COVID-19 lockdowns of the last two years gives rise to steampunk-influenced creativity in ‘Radio Spaceman’, a new sci-fi miniseries from the creator of Hellboy!
After a three-year hiatus, comicdom’s most beloved science fiction and fantasy series gloriously picks up where it left off in reader’s hearts everywhere.
Discover why Marie Gilbert says The Silent Seas is “kick-ass awesome”.
Just when you think you’ve witnessed all forms of the apocalypse, menacing clouds gather and down pours a new kind of end-of-days horror!
Marie Gilbert found Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up to be a refreshing and truthful satire.
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What’s The Furthest Place From Here? tells the story of what happens at the end of the world from a youthful, music-laden perspective.
The greatest era of paperback cover images is brought to glorious life along with fond remembrance in The Art of Pulp Fiction: An Illustrated History of Vintage Fiction.
Marie Gilbert looks at the new sci-fi film Solitary, set in 2044 during a global population explosion.
2001 meets JFK meets We3 in Primordial, a frighteningly revisionist history, sci-fi miniseries.