Okay, not everyone is going to be excited about a visual guide to the action figure carrying cases of the ‘80s. But for those select few that still obsess about the golden age of toys, you’ll absolutely want to kick in a few bucks to this Kickstarter.
The Adventures of Drunky is a passion project for filmmaker Aaron Augenblick. It’s about a boozehound who somehow gets stuck in the middle of a wacky bet between God and Satan. It’s also that rarest of creatures: an R-rated, animated comedy feature aimed at adult audiences. But Augenblick has high hopes.
The Kurt Vonnegut Library is seeking $750,000 to move to a bigger space. And this would let them do more cool stuff to celebrate one of the all-time best writers of weird and fantastical fiction. So it goes!
Yes, this vocodery song about Ada Lovelace, the pioneering computer programmer, will totally get stuck in your head. But it’s totally worth it, because everyone should think about Ada Lovelace more.
We can just never have enough Conan the Barbarian in our lives. Back in January, we brought you some new Conan art from legendary fantasy artist Brom, from the new role-playing game Conan: Adventures in an Age Undreamed Of. Now there’s a Kickstarter to make the game, and we’ve got some more incredible Conan art to…
A couple of years ago, we were in love and horrified by Sam Barnett’s stop-motion short “Operator.” And now we are excited, and slightly apprehensive, that Barnett’s launched a Kickstarter for a whole season of these body horror nightmares.
Since it began the Smut Peddler anthology in 2012, Iron Circus comics has been the home of great, sex-driven stories from female creators, across a wide variety of genres, genders, and sexualities. Now the publisher has headed back to Kickstarter to front two new books under the Smut Peddler umbrella.
The romance of chivalrous knights is something that has enthralled people for thousands of years—from legends of old, to everyone secretly wanting to be Brienne of Tarth on Game of Thrones. It’s hard to encapsulate it all, but this new anthology, spearheaded by Annie Stoll and Kevin Jay Stanton, aims to try.
“People always say, ‘When did you decide to be a writer?’ And I never wanted to be a writer. I just wrote.” That’s Ursula K. Le Guin, speaking in a clip from Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin, an in-progress documentary about the award-winning science fiction and fantasy author. Filmmaker Arwen Curry’s been working on the…
A couple of years ago, I got to attend a really magnificent writer’s workshop: the Launchpad Astronomy Workshop, held each year in Wyoming. One of its supporters has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help support the program.
We’ve written about Kel McDonald’s Cautionary Fables and Fairytales (the comics anthology that retells mythic tales from around the world) before, but now McDonald and a crack new team of artists are back with a whole new edition inspired by Asian folklore, and we’ve got a look at one of the collection’s spookiest new…
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.
OH. MY. GOD.
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…
Most of us are familiar with the Strugatsky Brothers and one or two other Russian writers—but most of the science fiction produced in Russia during the 20th century remains a mystery. That’s about to change.
We’re getting closer to Christmas—for many, that means presents, and for the young and young at heart, Santa. But now Santa’s fiendish friend from folklore is getting the spotlight in this adorable new plush toy from Warpo—the team behind the retro Legends of Cthulhu figures. And we’ve got an exclusive first look!
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.
The first Death Star blueprints are some of the most important items in the history of Star Wars. It was those plans, inside R2-D2, that brought Luke Skywalker out of obscurity and ultimately ushered in the Return of the Jedi.
Imagine a world where that Gnoll you killed in your last tabletop RPG had a life of his own. The dungeon’s just a day job—there’s a girlfriend waiting for him after a hard day’s gnolling. Want to know more about him outside of what loot he has when you whack him? Steve Lichman is the comic for you.