fantasy

  1. RobertLCollins

    Fantasy My Fantasy Novels

    I’m starting up this thread to post when I have new fantasy novels out, as opposed to the series that I’ve released or will be releasing. I’m also going to post about what fantasy works I already have out. First up is one I’ve had out a while, The Fateful Lightning: Owen Brown has followed his...
  2. P

    For Sale New Fantasy/Sci-fi Shop

    Hello everyone! My name is Nick owner of PolymorphClub a new shop on etsy featuring fantasy and sci-fi designs. Sadly with Covid-19 many designs of my products have been delayed so i haven't been able to list them yet but they will be available early next week! Thank you for checking it out and...
  3. Kevin

    Fantasy The Witcher (Netflix)

    True confession time: I've never seen Game of Thrones, not even a single episode. Nor I have read any of the books. :eek: Why confess that? Because when somebody said that The Witcher is Netflix's answer to HBO's Game of Thrones, the reference was lost on me. Then they said that it's "You...
  4. S

    Seeking feedback on my baby, "THE 1K"

    Hey, guys. Newbie to the site, here. To be honest, I joined because I'm looking for other sci-fi fans who might enjoy an original space adventure I'm writing called "The 1K" ((working title for now. May change it later.)) It is in the first round of edits, and will undergo a few more rounds -...
  5. Anthony G Williams

    Fantasy Windhaven: The Graphic Novel, by George R.R. Martin & Lisa Tuttle

    Windhaven: The Graphic Novel, by George R.R. Martin & Lisa Tuttle A graphic novel is a new experience for me. I have never considered buying one, probably because I associate them with the comic books of my youth (mostly featuring derring-do in World War 2). However, I understand they are...
  6. julirew

    Terra! Tara! Terror! anthology

    Third Flatiron presents "Terra! Tara! Terror!" a new anthology of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and humor short stories. Twenty-seven international authors give free rein to their imaginations to explore speculative fiction themes ranging from the #MeToo political movement, magical realism...
  7. B

    Fantasy Are there any female orcs or Groots?

    It makes you wonder?
  8. Kevin

    Sci-Fi Legion (FX, 2017-2020)

    Legion on FX has been renewed for a third season. The first season was more action oriented while the current season is more towards episodes that dwell into human behavior. It's one of the strangest shows on TV though with some good music. David Haller is a troubled young man who was...
  9. RobertLCollins

    Fantasy The Sun Spirit

    My Defender series concludes with my latest release, The Sun Spirit. Here's the blurb: Violetta is the cousin of the Lord of Crossroads. She has no interest in the usual pursuits of the nobility. She wants to be one of the Defenders and fight injustice. However, Violetta has no ability to cast...
  10. Kevin

    Fantasy The Dark Tower (2017)

    Based on the Stephen King series by the same name, The Dark Tower is a 2017 movie starring Idris Elba as Roland Deschain, the last gunslinger devoted to protecting the Dark Tower from being destroyed by Walter Padick, played by Matthew McConaughey. The Dark Tower is a structure that exists...
  11. Kevin

    Fantasy The Magicians (SyFy, 2015-)

    Recently my brother, who is as much of a genre geek as I am but doesn't like to show it, recommended that I watch The Magicians on SyFy. It was an interesting recommendation from him as I knew that he doesn't really follow series in real-time broadcasting anymore and now mostly catches up to...
  12. Tom

    Fantasy Bright (2017)

    Bright ( 2017 ) Bright: Set in a world where mystical creatures live side by side with humans. A human cop is forced to work with an Orc to find a weapon everyone is prepared to kill for. Currently 4.17/5 (84 votes) Ratings: IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A Released: December 22, 2017...
  13. Anthony G Williams

    Fantasy Swordspoint, and The Privilege of the Sword, by Ellen Kushner

    Swordspoint, and The Privilege of the Sword, by Ellen Kushner Swordspoint(subtitled a Melodrama of Mannersand published in 1987) is one of those books which I read not long after it came out, and enjoyed enough to hang on to my copy ever since. This also prompted me to buy the sequel, The...
  14. Tom

    Fantasy The Shape of Water (2017)

    The Shape of Water (2017) R | 1h 59min | Adventure, Drama, Fantasy | 8 December 2017 (USA) An other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1962. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a...
  15. Allan V Maro

    Horror Monsters, Maniacs and More

    If you're into horror, scifi or fantasy, which if you're reading this you probably are, then here's a podcast I started that features original stories on those subjects and more, read by the author himself. From aliens, to demons and mythical beings, there's something for everyone. It's still...
  16. Salty Vampire

    Fantasy Midnight, Texas

    IMDb- Midnight is a safe haven for those who are different, but with the presence of outsiders, the residents band together and form a strong and unlikely family. This series is based on the supernatural books by Charlaine Harris. (True Blood) Midnight, Texas premieres Monday, July 24, at 10:00...
  17. Tom

    Fantasy It Came from the Desert (2017)

    A movie directed by Marko Mäkilaakso 2017 - Color - Dolby Digital - NC - (filming) No Synopsis yet bit it looks like a low-budget remake of Them! LOL
  18. Tom

    Fantasy Rupture (2016)

    A movie directed by Steven Shainberg 2016 - Color - 2.35 : 1 Renee Morgan is terrified of spiders. A single mom living in a quiet suburb with her twelve year old son, Renee doesn't know that her every move is being monitored by mysterious strangers. When her son goes off to spend time with his...
  19. Tom

    Fantasy The Mummy (2017)

    A movie directed by Alex Kurtzman 2017 - Color - Dolby Digital - 2.35 : 1 Thought safely entombed in a tomb deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella of Kingsman: The Secret Service and Star Trek Beyond) whose destiny was unjustly taken from her is awakened in...
  20. ryanseanoreilly

    Review: "The Golden Compass" by Philip Pullman (podcast)

    A tale told by a crackling, comforting fire while the bitter northern winds gust dangerously against the window panes outside. This book starts a bit slowly at first, but then kicks up into high-adventure and keeps this pace to the end. Pullman’s writing is very good and he manages to capture a...
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