The first trailer for a new YouTube Red series called Impulse just came online and, on the surface, it looks like your basic, intriguing, YA science fiction series. But this isn’t a basic YA science fiction series.
What’s this? A Kindle ebook sale on a weekday? Choose from nearly two dozen popular titles for just $1-$3 each, including Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, and the official novelization of the Welcome To the Night Vale podcast. Yep, the media industry is weird right now.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi has finally made its way to home release this month, packed with featurettes, commentaries, and deleted scenes that enhance our understanding of the film. But this month also saw the movie enter another form: a novelization that adds more to The Last Jedi even beyond its deleted scenes.
The third and final volume in Blizzard’s exhaustive history of Azeroth comes out on March 27. Dark Horse Books slipped us a few pages from World of Warcraft Chronicle Volume 3 to give us an idea of what to expect.
Correction: Despite his own quotes to the contrary, Steven Spielberg told Fandango Friday that Disney did allow Star Wars references into Ready Player One. You can listen to him talk about it below, followed by the original article.
Add the newest season of Twin Peaks to your Blu-ray collection for just $39. This set includes all 18 episodes of the Showtime series that picks up 25 years after Laura Palmer’s death, plus behind-the-scenes special content. Every day, once a day, you should give yourself a present, and this $39 set would be great.
Steven Spielberg’s latest flick Ready Player One had its world premiere at SXSW on Sunday, and many critics are in love with what they’re calling a touching tribute to pop culture and nostalgia. However, there are those who see it less as a love letter and more as pandering to a very specific subset of fandom.
Critics may have had mixed feelings about the new A Wrinkle in Time adaptation, but if it rules the box office this weekend, chances are Hollywood will consider making a sequel. The good news is there are already plenty more stories about Meg Murry and her family—but are any of them actually movie-friendly?
Felicia Day’s top-selling memoir is just $4 on Audidble today (or free if you’re a member, of course), and a great buy for anyone interested in internet culture. She even narrates it herself.
Annihilation is out now, season two of The Handmaid’s Tale is coming soon, and tons of other high-profile scifi and fantasy adaptations are either already making a huge impact (Game of Thrones) or arriving soon with much fanfare (Ready Player One). So what should lure Hollywood’s genre-obsessed gaze next? We’ve got…
Little Women is a classic novel about four sisters finding themselves and their purpose in life during one of the most tumultuous times in American history. To celebrate the novel’s 150th anniversary, the story has been modernized to bring us a group of girls who might face new challenges in a different (but still…
Sunday Kindle ebook sales are basically a Sunday Amazon tradition at this point, but few feature titles as popular as The Handmaid’s Tale, When I’m Gone, and Murder on the Orient Express, just to name a few. Everything’s priced at just $2-$4, so this is a great chance to load up your digital library.
Author Terry Goodkind—best known for the Sword of Truth series—recently came out with some harsh criticism of the cover for his latest fantasy novel, Shroud of Eternity, resulting in backlash from the artist and others in the scifi and fantasy communities. Now, Goodkind is saying that his problem with the cover was…
Spring is almost here, and with it a fresh crop of science fiction and fantasy books to fill your shelves—with stories about werewolves, witches, evil pioneers, psychic living weapons, reluctant superheroes, space travelers, robot angels, rogue princesses, and so much more.
A geologist whose art has captured the imagination of a space-obsessed multibillionaire accepts a new a gig on Mars, partially as a way to escape the postpartum depression that’s been plaguing her back on Earth. But as soon as she arrives, she makes a shocking discovery—and suddenly she’s surrounded by strangers she…
Before her passing earlier this year, acclaimed author Ursula K. Le Guin had been working on bringing her novel The Telling to the big screen. Today, the company behind it has announced it’s moving forward on the project, with a scifi favorite along for the ride.
Doctor Who fans who grew up in the classic era of the show are more than familiar with the nostalgic legacy of the Target (no relation to the retail store) novelizations—in an era before repeats and home releases, they were often your only chance to re-experience an episode. These days episode novelizations are no…
Last year, the British Library launched a Harry Potter-themed exhibition of rare art and manuscripts not just from the beloved series, but artifacts from folklores and mystical beliefs from across the world. Thanks to the rabid desires of the Potter fanbase, tickets quickly sold out—but if you missed out, you can now…
After what feels like ages, we finally have our first good look at HBO’s movie adaptation of Ray Bradbuy’s iconic novel Fahrenheit 451, and unsurprisingly, it’s bringing the heat. Literally.
Terry Goodkind—best known for The Sword of Truth series—has publicly apologized after posting scathing criticism of the cover art for his latest book, Shroud of Eternity. The author eventually laid the blame on his publisher, Tor Books, but the artist who created the cover says it’s not good enough.