March 2015

Sunday Moment of Zen: Lighten Up

It’s an interesting time to be a comic reader. There are some brilliant, shining examples of the medium being published at the moment and I could spend ages listing the fantastic books you need to be reading. Likewise, I could go into detail about the various scandals and outrages, some small, some not large enough,

Sunday Moment of Zen: Lighten Up

Review: The Iron Ghost

  Jen Williams is one of a small, elite group of authors who’ve turned me round on fantasy fiction. Along with compatriots like Andrew Reid and Den Patrick she writes stories about refreshingly normal, flawed people faced with impossible situations. All three authors have a tremendous ear for a good bit of profanity, all three

Review: The Iron Ghost

Sunday Moment of Zen: That actually IS a Moon

Specifically, the moon of asteroid 2004 BL86 which passed close to the Earth late in January. ‘Close’ this being space, was three times the distance between Earth and the Moon. That being said, the Deep Space Network antenna at Goldstone, California, got some amazing footage not just of the asteroid but it’s moon. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1y7CYf4X3Lo?feature=player_embedded]

Sunday Moment of Zen: That actually IS a Moon

Review: Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley

Fantasy fiction. You just bent your knees a little, didn’t you? Instinctively bracing for the weight of a couple of thousand pages, spread across a dozen volumes. Endless  description, constant character shifts and a never ending parade of exposition surely await you. There will be a prologue, maybe more than one. You will find out

Review: Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley

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