Women Redefine the Space Race in Mary Robinette Kowal’s Lady Astronaut Novels

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Women Redefine the Space Race in Mary Robinette Kowal’s Lady Astronaut Novels

There is a tendency in some corners of science fiction to face backwards on the rocket: especially when it comes to stories exploring the early days of...
The Fab Four in Four Colors: Bill Morrison on Adapting Yellow Submarine for Comics

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The Fab Four in Four Colors: Bill Morrison on Adapting Yellow Submarine for Comics

Bill Morrison is a legendary graphic designer, editor, and publisher. His promo art has been used for Disney classics like The Jungle Book and The Fox and...
The Lady Astronaut of Mars Returns: Mary Robinette Kowal on Crewed Spaceflight, Zero-G Fruit Roll-Ups, and The Calculating Stars

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The Lady Astronaut of Mars Returns: Mary Robinette Kowal on Crewed Spaceflight, Zero-G Fruit Roll-Ups, and The Calculating Stars

Mary Robinette Kowal is one of genre fiction’s most versatile working authors. A writer of novellas, novelettes, novels, and short stories that smear...
If You’re Chilled by AMC’s The Terror, Read the Book

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If You’re Chilled by AMC’s The Terror, Read the Book

We’re a little over halfway through AMC’s adaptation of Dan Simmons’ weighty history horror classic The Terror, which brings a great...
Jack Campbell on Finding The Lost Fleet in Comics

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Jack Campbell on Finding The Lost Fleet in Comics

Jack Campbell’s The Lost Fleet series is a high-water marks for military science fiction. Set a century or so into a war between two human cultures,...
Robots Punching Monsters: The Comics of Pacific Rim

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Robots Punching Monsters: The Comics of Pacific Rim

This past weekend, the giant robots of Pacific Rim: Uprising punched theaters across the world in the face. Metaphorically, of course. But with the...
Brooke Bolander on Radium Girls, Elephants, and Remembering the Worst of History in The Only Harmless Great Thing

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Brooke Bolander on Radium Girls, Elephants, and Remembering the Worst of History in The Only Harmless Great Thing

Brooke Bolander’s The Only Harmless Great Thing is an alternate history melding elements of real events with science fiction and tragedy, and...
Saving The World One Panel at a Time: Grant Morrison’s JLA

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Saving The World One Panel at a Time: Grant Morrison’s JLA

The Justice League movie finally releases at the end of this week. The reviews are in, and they’re… Well. The League’s road to the...
Miss The Twelfth Doctor Already? Comics Have You Covered

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Miss The Twelfth Doctor Already? Comics Have You Covered

The Thirteenth Doctor has been confirmed. Jodie Whitaker will become the first woman in the show’s history to play the lead role. Of course, this being...
After Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel Has a Lot to Live up To

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After Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel Has a Lot to Live up To

Wonder Woman’s massive success—critically and at the box office—is great news about a dozen different ways. One of them is how it’s raised the...

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