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Book Review: Nigh Book 1
Wherein Adam marvels at the terrors of Marie Bilodeau’s new serialized novel, Nigh.
Movie Review: Noah
Wherein Adam watches the worst big budget high-fantasy movie he has ever seen and possibly gets trolled by Darren Aronofsky
Award Season – Part 1 – Prix-Aurora Awards Best Fan Publication
Wherein Adam offers up the first of his many thoughts on award season
Game Review: Elite Dangerous
Elite Dangerous: It’s not Buck Rogers in the 34th century
Wherein Adam shares why he thinks Second Contacts is an anthology worth supporting
Ramez Naam’s Crux mobilizes the best and worst of our world into a near-future story of human evolution.
Spoilers are annoying, but not for the reason you think.
I take a look at three upcoming projects from writers, directors, and editors I’ve previously reviewed on the blog.
Violent and visceral, Clutch successfully pushes the boundaries of the web series in the best tradition of Shawn Ryan and “The Shield”
Ramez Naam’s debut novel, Nexus, examines how technology might inform the next step in human evolution.
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