Posts Tagged ‘science fiction’
Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison read's Shatter War, the next book in the Time Shards series by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald.
Time Shards is the first novel in a new trilogy by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald. The series follows Amber as time shatters around her and is forced to explore this new version of Earth that has been seemingly divided into a series of different time zones, or shards. From conversations with Dana Fredsti on […]
Pete unearths the mysteries of Coriolis: The Third Horizon in Emissary Lost, the first installment in the Mercy of the Icons campaign.
Peter Ray Allison risks his very insanity opening the illustrated edition of H.P. Lovecraft's classic At the Montains of Madness.
Coriolis: The Third Horizon is Free League's science fiction roleplaying game that has a unique Arabian feel.
Geek Pride braves the unknown terrors of deep space with the Alien: The Roleplaying Game - Starter Set from Free League.
Sci Fi Weekender (SFW) is an event like no other. Less like a convention and more of a festival, SFW is the UK’s largest geek camp and there is literally nothing else like it in the UK. The weekend-long geek-fest officially commenced on the Friday morning, with the opening ceremony where event organiser Jonni Davis […]
Despite the mixed response to the recent Prometheus and Covenant films, the Alien series still hold a special place in many geeks’ hearts. The Alien and Aliens films are frequently praised and the colonial marine cosplayers remain a frequent sight at conventions. There has been a slew of video game adaptations of varying quality, from […]
With an increasing number of events on the UK convention scene, Birmingham Comic Con was MCM’s chance to prove that they remain one of best conventions in geek culture. Entering MCM Birmingham Comic Con has always been a visual assault on the senses, and this year was no different, with massive video screens showcasing the […]
Sci-Fi Weekender’s (SFW) annual satellite event, SFW in the City, held its second event last weekend. Smaller and more intimate than the main event, it still provided a welcome break from the mundanity of everyday life. Peter Ray Allison went along to find out more.