A conspiracy between religion and big business is at the heart of the new monthly sci-fi series.
Paradiso is hungry, but so are her people.
Spoiler Warning in Effect — Upgrade Soul‘s only flaw might be that it is too hopeful about mankind, too hopeful about the potential silver lining, faint as it may be, that lies beyond the greed of people. It is a science fiction story in that, even as our elderly protagonists are abused by greedy, delusional […]
A solid, almost great action sci-fi comics with incredible colours!
The new miniseries was originally produced via a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Prism Stalker builds a psychedelic world from the very first page.
Exo Writer: Jerry Frissen Artist: Philippe Scoffoni Humanoids Inc. 03/06/2018 EAN 9781594654589 144 pages – HC $24.95 Since time immemorial, humanity looked to the heavens and wondered what exists in the vast expanse of space. As mankind’s scientific understanding of the universe got more concret, and the distance between galaxies and star clusters became better […]
By Matthew Jent If you are a human and alive, you know someone who loved Guardians of the Galaxy this year. Odds are high you have a Guardians fan somewhere on your holiday shopping list, too. Whether they’re long-time comics fans or they’re new to space opera, here’s some gift ideas for cosmic Marvel fans […]
By Matthew Jent Prometheus: Fire and Stone #1 Script: Paul Tobin Art: Juan Ferreyra Letters: Nate Piekos of Blambot Cover: David Palumbo Variant Cover: Paul Pope, with colors by Shay M. Plummer Genre: Sci-Fi/Movie Tie-In Last year, Dark Horse announced they were rebooting their licensed Aliens and Predator comics, launching the first Prometheus series, […]
By Matthew Jent Introduced by Brent Spiner, who we all know best as The Next Generation’s Data, this Saturday morning panel was loaded with scientists, futurists, and engineers who looked to science-fiction to inform the work they did creating science fact. Spiner kicked things off with an incongruous Matthew McConaughey impression that was just bad […]