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Review: ‘No Man’s Sky’ Doesn’t Live up to Hype but Does Deliver Inspiring Experience

Editor's Note: This review is for the PS4 edition of No Man's Sky. Instead of opening this review with a detailed explanation of what No...

Review: Debut Issue of ‘Mechanism,’ Written and Illustrated by Raffaele Ienco

Full Disclosure: I was provided a free copy of the first issue of Mechanism for review. Raffaele Ienco has been on a bit of a...

How Justin Lin, Simon Pegg and Doug Jung Made Classic ‘Trek’ Cool Again

The original Star Trek universe was, in many ways, a universe made for a niche audience. Its appeal has never been quite as broad...

Review: ‘The Technomancer’ for PlayStation 4

Developed by French video game studio Spiders, The Technomancer is a science-fiction RPG that takes place on a far-future, post-apocalyptic Mars and tells the story...

Review: Volume One of ‘Symmetry,’ By Matt Hawkins & Raffaele Ienco

This past December, I published a glowing review of the debut issue of Symmetry, a brand new dystopian sci-fi series from writer Matt Hawkins...

Sci-Fi Games Steal the Spotlight at E3 2016

While there was no shortage of kick-ass games featured at this year's E3 convention in Los Angeles, it was an especially awesome three-day experience...

Veteran Sci-Fi Actors Unite for New Online Series ‘Blade of Honor’

So here's a project that all you Battlestar Galactica and Star Trek fans ought to keep an eye on. Blade of Honor, an upcoming...

Interview With Best-Selling Sci-Fi Author James Lovegrove

Howdy, folks! So today I'm super excited to bring you another awesome interview, this time with author James Lovegrove. Lovegrove has written a number...

Sci-Fi Summer Preview, Part 2: Novels, Comics and Collectibles

NOVELS Time Siege, by Wesley Chu — Time Siege is the sequel to author Wesley Chu's 2015 sci-fi adventure novel Time Salvager. The series revolves...

Sci-Fi Summer Preview, Part 1: Movies and Video Games

If this summer's slate of movies, games, novels and comics is anything to go by, the next few months are going to be a...

Short Film of the Week: ‘Trial,’ Written and Directed by The Brothers Lynch

This week's "short film of the week" is the phenomenal Trial, written and directed by The Brothers Lynch and produced by Ed Barratt of Hook...

Movie Review: ‘High-Rise’ a Disturbingly Fascinating Take on Tribalism & Class Warfare

If you're looking for a film that will make you cringe, make you sick and make you think all at the same time, look...