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New Releases 3/31/15


New Releases 3/31/15

HARDCOVER
Contract City
by Mark Falkin
Grand Crusades: The Early Jack Vance
by Jack Vance and Terry Dowling
The Outlandish Companion
by Diana Gabaldon
Poison
by Sarah Pinborough
The Shadows
by J.R. Ward
The Skull Throne
by Peter V. Brett
Voyage of the Basilisk
by Marie Brennan
PAPERBACK
A New Dawn: Star Wars
by John Jackson Miller and Dave Filoni
Alien Resurrection: The Official Movie Novelization
by A.C. Crispin
Artemis Awakening
by Jane Lindskold
Aunt [...]

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New Flash/Arrow Spin-Off Has Its Hawkgirl


Hey, remember hearing about that big Flash/Arrow spinoff series coming down the pipes at the CW? It’s looking like that’s going to happen, as they just tapped Broadway actor Ciara Renée for the role of Kendra Saunders, AKA Hawkgirl: a reincarnating superhero who sprouts wings when she’s provoked. Renée had her television premiere last year [...]

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Criminals, Capes, Cops, and Crime: Playstation Network’s ‘Powers’


I remember lamenting the death of “good television” only a decade ago. Sure, there were a few compelling television series on here and there, but they were few and far between and mostly wedged behind fly-by-night “reality” shows about eating shrew’s eyeballs and drunkenly brawling for the dubious affection of a dyed-in-the-wool sociopath. (The only [...]

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SF & Fantasy

ECCC Panel: What Is Epic Fantasy?


Peter Orullian, Robin Hobb, Patrick Rothfuss, Peter V. Brett, and Steven Erikson gathered at Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon to discuss “What is epic fantasy?”

A wonderful video!

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Star Wars

EA Drops New Teaser Trailer for Star Wars Battlefront


Electronic Arts just dropped a new teaser trailer via Twitter (Watch it here!) for its hotly anticipated first-person shooter Star Wars: Battlefront. While there’s not any real information here about the game, what we can see–basically an extension of the very first teaser we got last year–is awfully pretty to look at. Supposedly, we’ll be [...]

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Take Five With Allen Steele, Author, ‘Tales of Time and Space’


Allen Steele is the contributor for this week’s Take Five, a regular series where we ask authors and editors to share five facts about their latest books. Steele is the author of the new short story collection Tales of Time and Space:
From the deserts of Mars to the distant frontiers of the galaxy, from an [...]

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‘Robotech’ Live-Action Film Coming


The rumors are true: We’re getting a live-action Robotech film from the folks at Sony!

According to a report published at Variety.com, Sony is looking at the anime classic as a possible franchise, with the opening film to be written by 300 scribe Michael Gordon. Here’s what Columbia Pictures Production Chief Michael De Luca had to [...]

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Underground Cities: Fact and Fantasy


Subterranean cities have been a staple of fantastic fiction since at least the days of H.G. Wells and Jules Verne, and arguably further back than that, depending on how and what you describe as fiction. Edgar Allan Poe played around with the idea of life underground in “The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket”, [...]

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