Tag Archives | Sci-Fi

Distant Worlds Episode 4

By Leo & Icar Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183840 Paul’s life hasn’t been an easy one of late. After his family made the tremendous journey from Earth to Altair-3 at the request of his father he’s spent all the time since trying to track him down. It’s been one frustration after another. His father always seems […]

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The Secret Of The Aesir

By Alan Langford Publisher: Alan Langford ISBN: 9781916484610 In Scandinavia of the 8th Century, a group of Vikings is taking part in an annual trek to pay homage to Mjolnir, the Norse God of Thunder’s hammer. This is a humongous artifact in the bleak landscape, continually drawing down lightning from the heavens.  The warriors are […]

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IAN Vol 4: Metanoia

By Meyer & Vehlmann Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183819 All too often when reading comics and graphic novels you can pretty much anticipate the various beats and plot direction along the way. So it’s a genuine pleasure to come across a series that defies that. I certainly thought I knew what I was reading in the […]

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The Book Of Forks

By Rob Davis Publisher: Self Made Hero ISBN: 9781910593738 This is the third, and final, part of a series that started with The Motherless Oven, and continued in The Can Opener’s Daughter. If you’ve not read them, then here’s not the place to start, but perhaps I can at least persuade you why you should […]

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IAN 2. Lessons Of Darkness

By Meyer & Vehlmann Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183727 IAN now appears to be accepted with the team, although that still makes for some awkward moments as perceptions and assumptions are challenged. The team is visiting LA, and no sooner do they arrive than a massive civil disturbance erupts. Fortuitously, the team can be scrambled in […]

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IAN 1. An Electric Monkey

By Meyer & Vehlmann Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183710 Artificial Intelligence seems to be rarely away from the news, and is certainly an increasingly common plot device across books, movies, TV, and comics. Have you noticed how to often it takes the form of an emerging sinister threat? This is natural, and perhaps inevitable. Could our […]

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