Ms Marvel: Vol 5 Super Famous

Writer: G. Willow Wilson Artists: Adrian Alphona, Nico Leon & Takeshi Miyazawa Colourist: Ian Herring Lettering: Virtual Calligraphy & Joe Caramagna Image Credit: Marvel Over the course of the last two years Ms. Marvel has become an absolute sensation and rightly so. It has been critically acclaimed from almost every outlet being both a source ofContinue reading “Ms Marvel: Vol 5 Super Famous”

The Best of C. L. Moore

Image Credit: Goodreads Review By Kris A wonderful selection of Moore’s short fiction which highlights why she is one of the all time greats of science fiction and fantasy. These vary from the pulpy Northwest Smith tales, to the philosophy of No Woman Born, via the beauty of The Fruit of Knowledge. Let’s go throughContinue reading “The Best of C. L. Moore”

Our Favourite Short Fiction – September 2016

By Matt Cavanagh Hello readers! So if you’re looking for a short trip into the land of SF&F here are five stories we would like to recommend to you from September: Aphrodite’s Blood by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/campbell-hicks_09_16 From Clarkesworld Issue #120 This is a short but very sweet tale of two AIs left behind inContinue reading “Our Favourite Short Fiction – September 2016”

Lucifer: Cold Heaven

Writer: Holly Black Artists: Lee Garbett & Stephanie Hans Colourist: Antonio Fabela Lettering: Todd KleinCover Artists: Dave Johnson & Christopher Moeller I feel some background would help explain my feelings on Lucifer. Mike Carey’s Lucifer was a very unusual beast that went into the heart of deep philosophical and theological questions. Whilst it did openContinue reading “Lucifer: Cold Heaven”

Women of the Retro Hugos

By Kris and Nisha We are great lovers of book awards, we love to discuss them and look at them in depth. With the celebration of the well-deserved wins of women writers (predominantly women of colour) at the 2016 Hugo awards, the 1941 Retro Hugos were largely overlooked. On the one hand all the winnersContinue reading “Women of the Retro Hugos”

Jem and the Holograms: Dark Jem

Writer: Kelly Thompson Artist, Lettering and Co-Writer: Sophie Campbell Colourist: Maria Victoria Robado Lettering: Shawn Lee Image Credit: IDW Review By Nisha When I was very young- I’m talking first year of Infants- my sisters, tired of endless playing of The Little Mermaid, introduced me to a cartoon they loved about a girl who formsContinue reading “Jem and the Holograms: Dark Jem”

Dozey’s Journeys Through The Meowtiverse – There’s A Star Cat Sleeping In The Sky

Recommendations by Dozey Hello, I am Dozey! I am travelling the Meowtiverse having great adventures, exploring great writings. Why should humans have all the fun? Being out in space is rather fun you get to zip around between the stars and sleep in zero gravity. It is most relaxing…. PURRRRR! Here are some of theContinue reading “Dozey’s Journeys Through The Meowtiverse – There’s A Star Cat Sleeping In The Sky”

The Ultra-Fabulous Glitter Squadron Saves The World Again

A. C. Wise Image Credit: Goodreads Review By Kris “Today they are twelve; they are together and strong, operating like a smoothly oiled machine. But they have all at various times been afraid and alone, less perfect they are now. And they will be again. Their numbers may fluctuate, members coming and going, but alwaysContinue reading “The Ultra-Fabulous Glitter Squadron Saves The World Again”

Alif The Unseen

G. Willow Wilson Image Credit: ISFDB Review by Kris "Metaphors: knowledge existing in several states simultaneously and without contradiction…I think it changes, I mean the book itself, depending on who reads it.""The words you use, how you use them, how you type them, when you send them. You can’t hide those things…The unseen is unseen.Continue reading “Alif The Unseen”