The Whispers - It's just as bad as you think it's going to be.

Spielberg is still a name which commands respect, but his product in recent years has been... well, it hasn’t been up to snuff. His TV content, well, that’s one bad decision after another, clocking up almost as many quick-cancelled shows as (former) king of pilots David Nutter and JJ Abrams. With The Whispers, we get… » 6/02/15 11:56am Today 11:56am

A History of DC Crossovers: The Modern Age, Part One

Previously: the Golden Age had few, the Silver Age had more, the Bronze Age had the biggest one of all, and the Dark Age had some contenders for the worst. And now we get to the Modern Age, which had perhaps the most ambitious crossovers. Some of them hit their mark and some missed it completely. » 6/02/15 2:13am Today 2:13am

A History of DC Crossovers: The Sandman

Why do things go so horribly wrong for DC in alliterator’s latest series of Crossovers? The Bronze Age ended with Watchmen and DKR and instead of ushering in an age of “Sophisticated Suspense,” DC has one last hurrah with Darkseid and a decade of painful decisions. At least part of this was surely the creation of… » 6/01/15 5:26pm Yesterday 5:26pm

Academic Conference on Canadian SF&F at the Merril Collection

The Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy will be hosting the 2015 Academic Conference on Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy. This event is co-sponsored by the English Department of York University and the Friends of the Merril Collection. » 6/01/15 4:32pm Yesterday 4:32pm