Author: John Dodds

Review: Grimdark Magazine #1

Review: Grimdark Magazine #1

I confess I only had a general idea of what the term “grimdark” meant before reading the first edition of Grimdark Magazine, which enshrines its precepts in the form of short stories, author interviews and reviews. This first foray also conveniently ... Read More »

Review: The Lone Ranger and Green Hornet comics collection

Review: The Lone Ranger and Green Hornet comics collection

The Lone Ranger Green Hornet comic is overall an entertaining read, very much in the spirit of its pulp fiction origins. Read More »

TV Review: Nikola Tesla and the End of the World

TV Review: Nikola Tesla and the End of the World

Nikola Tesla and the End of the World is an entertaining short film series on Amazon Prime. Read More »

Book Review: Casefile: Arkham – Nightmare on the Canvas

Book Review: Casefile: Arkham – Nightmare on the Canvas

Casefile: Arkham – Nightmare on the Canvas (01 Publishing) by Josh Finney (Author), Kat Rocha (Editor), Patrick McEvoy (Illustrator) is a graphic novel which mashes together film-noir with Lovecraftian horror – and does so rather brillia... Read More »

Book Review: Monstrous Little Voices

Ever wondered what the characters in Shakespeare's fantastic plays did outside those plays? Monstrous Little Voices, a collection of five interlocking short stories, should give you some idea. Read More »

SF and F Scribes, Scribblers – and Scrivener

SF and F Scribes, Scribblers – and Scrivener

Writing tools for writers: Dodd's and friends take a look at Scrivener. Read More »

The Great Collection in the Sky

The Great Collection in the Sky

"Collecting" online precludes the need for shelves Read More »

Interview: Graphic Designer Pedro Marques

Interview: Graphic Designer Pedro Marques

An interview with editor and graphic designer Pedro Marques, and a note from Lavie Tidhar. Read More »

Film Crimes: The Ones That Got Away

Film Crimes: The Ones That Got Away

Has anyone ever challenged the notion that film viewers are fundamentally happy to be served the same old stuff time and time again? Read More »

Film Review: One Past

Film Review: One Past

A scary, intense film about love and loss. What's not genre about that? Read More »

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