1983 Dystopias are by definition fictional societies, but the Earth has had its share of factual ones. You don’t have to create a worst case scenario with a pretend political boogeyman with a history that includes people like Stalin and Mao, or countries like the Soviet Union or China. There have been so many that […]
John Seven reviews ‘Highwayman’ by Koren Shadmi
John Seven reviews ‘Alienation’ and ‘Ghost Tree #1’
Science Fiction classic DUNE to get new hardcover edition with extras galore
Akta Manniskor (Real Humans) Mainly known as the inspiration for the series Humans rather than for any details of its own, Swedish writer Lars Lundström’s Akta Manniskor surpasses its English-language remake in many ways, particularly in its satirical scope. Presenting a world where human-like robots, Hubots, have been created to serve “real humans,” Akta Manniskor […]
In 2019 they’ll be releasing the The Druillet Library and The Bilal Library, collecting rare and out-of-print classics.
The past is filled with unresolved issues, incidents, relationships for most people, and in many ways Tillie Walden’s On A Sunbeam is about moving forward to work on what’s past. It’s apt that this is a science fiction adventure, but while storywise it concerns itself with space travel, time travel is just as crucial to […]
We’ve got ten pages of Interior art from the English translation of Enki Bilal’s Exterminator 17.
In some ways aiming to be the Black Mirror of graphic anthologies, I Feel Machine features six cartoonists each exploring the intersection between humanity and technology, and how humans change because of their encounters with the fruits of technological advance. Unlike Black Mirror, though, the creators behind I Feel Machine don’t necessarily try to start […]
British cartoonist Kristyna Baczynski makes her graphic novel debut with Retrograde Orbit, a sweet little meditation on upending roots and reclaiming them. Flint’s family comes from the planet Doma, but they fled to Tisa following a disaster there. Living in exile for safety reasons, they survived, largely through Flint’s mom’s work in the mines, which […]