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AD ASTRA: Brad Pitt goes looking for Daddy in space in...

James Gray science fiction epic is scheduled for release on September 20

Interview: Danny Lore is a creative force to be reckoned with...

The Beat interviews Danny Lore to talk about the Vault series Queen of Bad Dreams, science fiction, and brown agency.

5 Must-See Streaming Dystopian Series That You Might Have Missed

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...

INDIE VIEW: In ‘Highwayman,’ we all get to see the tree...

John Seven reviews 'Highwayman' by Koren Shadmi

INDIE VIEW: Different realities clash in ‘Alienation’ and ‘Ghost Tree #1’

John Seven reviews 'Alienation' and 'Ghost Tree #1'

DUNE gets hardcover release with new features to hype up the...

Science Fiction classic DUNE to get new hardcover edition with extras galore

5 Must-See Streaming Science Fiction Series That You Might Have Missed

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...

EXCLUSIVE: Statix Press launches Bilal and Druillet Library collections

In 2019 they'll be releasing the The Druillet Library and The Bilal Library, collecting rare and out-of-print classics.
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Review: ‘On A Sunbeam’ is a heartfelt sci-fi tour de force

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...

EXCLUSIVE: Interior art reveal on Bilal’s Exterminator 17

We've got ten pages of Interior art from the English translation of Enki Bilal’s Exterminator 17.
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Review: Technology as the agent of change, good or bad, in...

In some ways aiming to be the Black Mirror of graphic anthologies, I Feel Machine features six cartoonists each exploring the intersection between humanity...

Review: ‘Retrograde Orbit’ celebrates the possibilities when all the planets align

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...