Not a bad first outing. The biggest flaw I can see is that it’s coming off a little too American despite being set in Vancouver.
Moon Breakers sets new records for poor quality game play, a shamelessly derivative concept, and pay-2-win mechanics that abandon any attempt at dressing up a revenue engine as a game environment.
James Marshall talks about his book, his vision, and his views on art’s relationship with the larger world.
Damn if that wasn’t the epic pay off that we have been waiting for all season.
A chilling tale of self-sacrifice wraps up my series of Aurora Awards short fiction reviews.
Thor might not be better than Iron Man, but it is certainly on par
It’s what happens when you are not yourself.
Community triumphed against cancellation rumours at the end of season two, perpetually low ratings, and a mid-season hiatus. Then Friday happened…
Walking, posturing, and unexpected treason set up what we can only hope will be an epic episode next week.
Week 4 of the Aurora’s short fiction nominees mixes facebook with the nanny state.