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Walter Koenig and Jeri Ryan Headline Official ‘Star Trek’ Convention in Seattle December 12-14

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For over 40 years Creation Entertainment has been providing 'Star Trek' fans the chance to interact with the stars and creators of the popular series. Read More »

Interview: Shaun Penney, Author of ‘The Death of Eve’

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'Everything I write comes from listening and writing music. Movie scores, industrial, symphonic metal, and just about anything that puts the image in my mind.' Read More »

Book Review: ‘Lock In’ by John Scalzi

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Scalzi's new sci-fi novel is set in a near-future world that feels full of verisimilitude and yet full of interesting ideas and unique creations. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’

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Wise moviegoers saved their money over July Fourth weekend for this thought provoking film directed by Matt Reeves. Read More »

Fantasy Coinage Review

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Until Fantasy Coin HQ, people had very limited options in where to find pretend cash to accessorize their games or costuming. Read More »

Twenty-Five of the Best Young Adult Sci-Fi Novels

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Bored out of your mind with video games? Got over 500 channels in hi-def and nothing’s on? Here’s a novel idea: read a novel! Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Her’

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Spike Jonze applies his distinctive style to an offbeat romantic comedy, and the results are brilliant. Read More »

Previewing the Next ‘Haven’ Episode – ‘William’

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Audrey will have a big choice to make when she finds herself in an alternate universe. Read More »

The Zombie Apocalypse: Tales for our Troubled Times

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The world might be going to hell, but at least no one’s ambling (or shambling or running) to devour your brains. Not yet. Read More »

Role-Playing Game Review: ‘The Void’

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With a lighter touch to the Lovecraftian horror, there are still great adventures to be explored through the issues of corporate totalitarianism ala Heinlein and the puzzles of ancient cultures perhaps being in touch with extraterrestrial life. Read More »