If Doctor Who: Wild Blue Yonder had been a novelization, it would be in my top ten favorite Doctor Who stories across any season, with any Doctor. Full stop. I love it when Doctor Who leans into horror and the weirder side of the universe.
Dear reader, if you’re here, then you wondering where on Earth (or alternative versions of such) this story is going. What kind of tale could even progress from such an odd setup?
Almost all “speculative” fiction is fantasy fiction. Horror is fantasy. Most science fiction is science fantasy or just fantasy with some aesthetic changes. Superhero fiction is fantasy fiction. Time travel stories are fantasy.
Doctor Who: The Star Beast marks the return of so many things. The return of Russell T. Davies as showrunner. The return of David Tennant as the 14th Doctor. And a continuation of Catherine Tate’s Donna Noble story that had originally ended in a tragic mindwipe after she helped save the universe.
We tell a lot of different kinds of stories around here. Some horrifying, some thought-provoking, and some downright silly.
Elemental marks Pixar’s first romance-focused story since Wall-E, and as a fan of romance stories—yes, most people also find that surprising when they find out—I have to give it a glowing endorsement right off the bat.
The Murderbot Diaries is one of those series that is super popular and well-regarded, but it was not really on my radar until I went into this review for its first book, All Systems Red.
The mystery of the cube and what it means are finally revealed today. Well, some of its secrets. There is always more to learn when it comes to things beyond our understanding.
Tantalus Depths is the kind of book that the right audience will love. It’s a solid combination of cosmic horror, somewhat-hard science fiction, and has sprinkles of space epic. And perhaps its biggest triumph is how it balances those three things in an organic, unfolding way that never feels like a hard genre shift.
Congratulations SAG-AFTRA! You fought hard and for so long, and you won! That’s so incredible! Your members help make the art we love possible, and it’s so wonderful to hear that you and the WGA struck a victory for the fair treatment of creatives!
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