Posts Tagged ‘Science Fiction’

Fantasy and Science Fiction in Game of Thrones: Playing with Genre

Recently, I sat myself down to re-watch the entirety of Game of Thrones, HBO’s hit television series based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, and in truly experiencing the scope of the show, I re...


Paknadel & Trakhanov’s Turncoat #4 Review

Written by: Alex Paknadel Art by: Artyom Trakhanov & Jason Wordie Publisher: BOOM! Studios Paknadel and Trakhanov’s “Turncoat” has been a refreshing take on the idea of an alien invasion and this week,...


XCOM 2 Review

Developed By: Firaxis Games Published by: 2K Games Platforms: PC  Reviewed on: PC Price: $59.99 I had high expectations for XCOM 2. It was among my most anticipated games of 2016, and the positive reviews that started coming...



David Tallerman’s Patchwerk Book Review

Note: My copy of Patchwerk was supplied by Tor. The novella releases January 19th, 2016 The first thing you should know about Patchwerk by David Tallerman is that I found it hard to finish on my first attempt. I received a revi...


Andy Weir’s The Martian Review

Science fiction can generally be broken down into two types: hard and soft. Hard scifi builds its world around facts and real science while soft scifi generally uses space or technology as its backdrop. I generally lean towards...