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Cage Match 2015 Round 4: Mustang vs Death


Can Mustang cheat Death one last time?

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Cage Match 2015 Round 3: Bellatrix Lestrange vs Death


Death Eater, meet Death.

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Cage Match 2015 Round 2: Lyra Belacqua vs Death


Lyra Silvertongue and Death find themselves face-to-face at the end of time.

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Cage Match 2015 Round 1: Death vs Alia Atreides


Death and the Bene Gesserit ruler have… a little chat in this match by Richard Kadrey.

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The Life of Brian?


FGuy_Brian_Gen2012_R3Flat Anyone watch Family Guy last night? If you didn’t and you plan to, you may want to skip reading this article, as it is spoiler-heavy.

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RIP Richard Matheson (1926 – 2013)


Legendary author of science fiction and horror Richard Matheson died today. He was 87 years-old. Matheson leaves behind an incredible legacy of short stories and novels, many of which became the basis of television programs of movies. I am Legend, What Dreams May Come, The Shrinking Man, Hell House and A Stir of Echoes are just a handful of movies that were based on Matheson’s work. Matheson wrote for many television programs, including Star Trek, The Twilight Zone, Amazing Stories and Night Gallery among many others. Stephen King, Anne Rice and George A. Romero all cite Matheson as an influence on their own work.

Matheson is survived by four children, three of whom are writers of fiction and screenplays, and his wife Ruth Ann.

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RIP Iain Banks


159623-120519-rev-iain-banksThe literary world has lost a giant today: Iain Banks, author of the justly celebrated Culture science fiction series, along with many works of literary fiction, has died of cancer. Banks was 59 years-old. He is survived by his wife Adele.

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Star Wars HoloNet Digest #10: April 10-17, 2013


Suvudu Star Wars contributor Eric Geller brings you a roundup of Star Wars news from April 10-17, 2013.

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RIP: Neil Armstrong, 1930-2012


082512_anhq_armstrong_640Astronaut Neil Armstrong has died today, the result of complications from a cardiac procedure. He was 82 years-old. Although I was born years after the historic moon landing, my childhood was lived in the great man’s shadow. Neil Armstrong’s name was was synonymous with bravery, a man who took a risk that most of us would find inconceivable. Science fiction’s greatest minds dreamed of the stars, but Armstrong reached out and touched them.

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RIP, Ray Bradbury


RIP, Ray Bradbury

Our friends at IO9 just broke the very sad news that science fiction legend Ray Bradbury has died.
Bradbury, the author of many short stories and novels, among them the American classics Fahrenheit 451, Something Wicked This Way Comes and The Martian Chronicles, died this morning in Los Angeles. He was 91 years old.
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