Rocketing eBooks


I recently got rather excited about the release of the Amazon Kindle (in the US) and the Sony Reader (over here). I couldn’t afford either at the time, but it occurred [...]

The Kill Crew, by Joseph D’Lacey


After the apocalypse, a couple of hundred survivors hole up in a ring of barricaded buildings and fight off the zombiefied commuters that attack every night. But is the [...]

John Higgins signing…


John Higgins, colourist on Watchmen and creator of Razorjack will be signing at Orbital Comics in London on 18th April 2009 at 8 Great Newport Street, WC2H 7JA… so if [...]

Iris Wildthyme to the Rescue!


In Planet of the Dead we saw Doctor Who’s latest chum scooting around in a bus, but real fans know that the original bus-wielding companion was the mysterious Iris [...]

China Mieville at Forbidden Planet


China Mieville will be appearing at Forbidden Planet’s London store on 30 April 2009 at 6.00pm to promote his new book, The City & The City. More details on the [...]

Pictures That Tick


Coming in September from Dark Horse, a new edition of Pictures That Tick (Short Narrative Volume 1), collecting short stories by Dave McKean, guest of honour at last [...]

Fantasy Centre to close down…


Ted and Erik at the Fantasy Centre in London have important news for all their friends and customers: they have decided that when their lease expires in June 2009 they [...]

Apex Digest #6


Review by Steven Pirie The first impression of Apex is of a quality magazine, with atmospheric illustrations, decent production values and plenty to dip into. It is published [...]

Apex Digest #5


Review by Paul McAvoy There are a lot of good things to be said about the Spring Issue of Apex; the magazine in general has evolved into a very good read. So much so that I [...]
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