A new project on Kickstarter aims to create the most beautiful science fiction magazine ever. Considering the team behind TYCHO, we think they can pull it off.
Whenever a beloved project like Mystery Science Theater 3000 returns to life, there’s always the danger that it’s going to be a pale simulacrum of the original. Or so awful that it tarnishes the original version. But the new MST3K is uniquely positioned to avoid these pitfalls—not just because of what it was, but how…
We’ve followed artist Dan LuVisi’s trippy, twisted, surreal takes on popular characters for a while. Now LuVisi’s collection, Popped Culture, is on Kickstarter. Let’s take a look at some of the magnificent ways he destroys everything you once held dear.
Behold a smart phone game so clever/horrifying we’ll probably never play it. Night Terrors is a game that puts ghosts into your home. Never use your phone again!
Crowdfund this is back with another look at our favourite crowd-funding projects! Songgu Kwon's hilarious fantasy webcomic and a drive to support book reading among kids may lead the charge this week, but that's not all: there's card games, a Firefly reunion, and Gale Anne Hurd's next project too!
Fantasy of all kinds rules the roost in this weeks look at all things crowdfunding - with everything from short films to books to comics giving us a dose of the fantastical. Let's dig in and have a look, shall we?
A customisable index of monsters for tabletop RPGs and a cool sci-fi western comic series lead the charge on this week's look at all things crowdfunded, but that's not all there is - Detective tales set in a Lovecraftian universe, family friendly games about colonising Mars, and short fiction anthologies await!
Experimental comic storytelling and adapting Lovecraft's nightmares for young kids lead the charge in our look at all things crowdfunding this week, but that's not all - there's amazing VR game to experience the Moon landing in first person, badass fantasy figures, and more!
Cryptozoic Entertainment are turning Ghostbusters into an episodic, co-operative tabletop game, and have taken to Kickstarter to secure funding for it. And honestly, although the idea of A Ghostbusters game on paper doesn't sound like it could be all that interesting, it looks pretty rad.
Not one, but two webcomics are looking to get physical prints in this week's crowdfunding roundup. Plus, robots on mars get the tabletop treatment, and a new sequel to one of the most important computer RPGs in history. Let's dig in, shall we?
It's your last chance to fund a documentary looking at the economic and cultural impact of the Space Program, but it's not all that's in this latest roundup - there's the preservation of classic science fiction novels, the expansion for R. A. Salvatore's latest RPG, and the new adventures of Jill Trent, Science Sleuth!
It's an eclectic mix of goodness in this week's look at all things Crowdfunding. We've got a ridiculously cool looking boardgame based on Conan The Barbarian, the continuation of the original Star Trek through fan films, and a pen and paper RPG with what is possibly my favourite name for anything ever.
This week's look at all things Crowdfunding is a humdinger. We've got Lightspeed Magazine's all-queer-creator special, 80's clothing nostalgia, the mother of all Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit viewing parties, and yes: Parks and Recreation's absurdly complex (and totally awesome) board game. Let's check it out!
This week's look at all things Crowdfunding offers everything you could want - well, probably not, but it's still got a deep dive into the science of H.P. Lovecraft, awesome tabletop accessories, Robot comics and a year of classic horror movies! Let's check it out.
2014 might be behind us, but the hunt for awesome crowdfunding projects never stops! The first Crowdfund This of 2015 is jam packed with cool ideas, with everything from cool comics about mythical beings living among us to a gorgeous look at creature design - and much, much more.
It's the last Crowdfund This of 2014! Let's send it off with a bang, including cool card games, awesome sci-fi and fantasy fiction, and yes, even a Harry Potter fan film.
Man, remember Freespace? Well the hit sci-fi game is back in boardgame form, in a gaming-themed look at the week's coolest crowdfunders. Coding for kids, superhero card games, and Medieval decision making, oh my!
There's a bit of a literary bent to our look at all things crowdfunding this week - there's a collection of an awesome supernatural webcomic, a look back at action figure marketing in the 80's, an anthology of speculative fiction, and a new book from the creator of The Perry Bible Fellowship. Let's dig in!
Those crazy spacefaring Nazis are back, and they've brought Dinosaurs with them! But that's not all in our latest look at all things cool in Crowdfunding - there's amazing sci-fi/fantasy comics, the revival of one of the most iconic Horror movies ever, and Roddy Piper fighting Cthulhu. Of course he is.
Shakespearian Tragedy as Post Apocalyptic fare. Literal Fantasy Football. Missions to space! It's a veritable smorgasbord of goodness in our weekly look at all things Crowdfunding. Check it out!