science fiction

  1. Virgil Tracy

    Sci-Fi Is Steelpunk the new Steampunk? Does Steelpunk even exist?

    I don’t know if Steelpunk does exist but I’d love it if it did. Here’s what I think Steelpunk is. Is there any out there? Steelpunk: A lengthy disquisition on an invisible genre Steelpunk celebrates the technologies that had their heyday in the last decades of the last millennium. It is to the...
  2. Erik Martin Willen

    Sci-Fi Section Twenty-One (Nastragull Book 4)

    Hi Guys, My fourth book in the Nastragull series is out and I think you will like it. The war that will change everything is about to begin… When a failed rescue attempt kills three of the Vixens, it sends Alec von Hornet and his friends on a vengeful rampage. With the Third Universal War...
  3. M

    Help me list 100 future technologies or inventions?

    Its for a school project. Be as creative as you want but try to word it as "Time machine" as opposed to "machine that can travel through time." A numbered list from 1 to 100 would be great. Really appreciate the help Little to no technobabble please
  4. M

    Help me list 100 future technologies or inventions?

    Little to no technobabble Its for a school project. Be as creative as you want but try to word it as "Time machine" as opposed to "machine that can travel through time." A numbered list from 1 to 100 would be great. Really appreciate the help
  5. M

    I need 100 sci-fi/future technologies/inventions/items ideas for my sci-fi roleplaying game?

    I'm trying to make a sci-fi roleplaying game, and I need to make a tech tree of sorts. I would like 100 ideas, 100 concepts or technologies or inventions that I can work with. Can anybody help me?
  6. JacenAster

    Sci-Fi Free Advanced Copies of "The Chronicles of Henry Harper"

    My first book under the Jacen Aster pen name(I've done a number of shorts and a novella under others) is coming out on December 16th. In advance of that, I'm giving out a double handful of FREE Advanced Reader Copies, as a way to generate interest. The book is a Science Fiction/Space Opera work...
  7. ryanseanoreilly

    Review "The Man In the High Castle" by Philip K. Dick (podcast)

    A story of subtle nuances containing picturesque fables that compound reality in philosophic deep strokes. This story is told from seven different points of view which include the unlikely characters of: a judo instructor; an antique dealer; a publisher; and a craftsman. Not what you would...
  8. Kevin

    Music Ghibli Experimental Theater On Your Mark

    For the anime fans out there, a music video by Hayao Miyazaki known for his fantastic Studio Ghibli films. Ghibli Experimental Theater On Your Mark is an animated music video created by Studio Ghibli for the song "On Your Mark" by the Japanese rock duo Chage & Aska. The song was released in...
  9. NatRaff

    Sci-Fi Ananke: The Prologue

    Man has finally done it. We have perfected Artificial Intelligence, an independent being that can think and emote entirely on its own. That can learn and create. That possesses, for the first time, a personal magnetism, just like a human being. And they are called ConneXions… For a little...
  10. Kevin

    Sci-Fi Monster Trucks (2017)

    You know, sometimes you come across a movie and you just don't quite know how to describe it. Monster Trucks, coming in 2017, is one of those movies. To understand what I mean just... just watch the official trailer. :o_O: Looking for any way to get away from the life and town he was born...
  11. Kevin

    Sci-Fi Class (doctor Who Spinoff)

    Class is a new "young adult" series that'll be a spinoff of Doctor Who. The series will be set in Coal Hill Academy, a fictional school that has been regularly featured in Doctor Who since its original 1963 serial, and will focus on six of its students and staff members, including Mr. Armitage...
  12. Class (Doctor Who spinoff)

    Class (Doctor Who spinoff)

    Class is a Doctor Who spinoff about the affects the Doctor has had on Coal Hill school. It will premiere in October of 2016 and is a "young adult" series.
  13. ryanseanoreilly

    Review "the Lathe Of Heaven" By Ursula K. Le Guin (4 1/2 Stars) - Podcast

    A refreshing philosophical exploration into high-concept esoteric questions draped in all the brilliant colors of science fiction. This is a tale rooted in the exploration of hubris in its broadest sense. Whatever array of the political spectrum you subscribe too, the story will speak to you...
  14. Kevin

    Sci-Fi Krypton (SyFy, Superman Prequel)

    Remember how SyFy tried doing a Battlestar Galactica prequel series named Caprica? Don't feel bad if you don't, the series didn't go over well with fans and it barely lasted a season. Well, SyFy is doing the prequel series thing again; this time with Superman by doing a prequel series named...
  15. Kevin

    Educational Building Star Trek (Smithsonian Channel)

    The Smithsonian Channel documentary Building Star Trek is set to premiere on September 4 at 8p.m. ET/PT. The program will feature a star-studded lineup of astronauts, engineers, writers, innovators and Star Trek actors who'll celebrate to the 50th anniversary of the show that inspired the space...
  16. julirew

    Sci-Fi Keystone Chronicles from Third Flatiron

    Third Flatiron has released its Fall/Winter 2016 anthology, Keystone Chronicles, which has as its theme keystone events. Featuring 19 international authors, highlights include "Our Problem Child: Langerfeld the Moon" by Marilyn K. Martin, "Hunt Unrelenting" by Sierra July, and "Coding Haven" by...
  17. ryanseanoreilly

    Review: “Roadside Picnic” by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky (5 Stars) - podcast

    A moody morass rallying against the gray walls of reality, in perfect tone. This book lilts like a weather-beaten gravestone, sunk in a forest cemetery littered amongst the broken fragments of classic science fiction tropes. Originality shines through in the story line and voice of the authors...
  18. Kevin

    Sci-Fi Demolition Man (1993)

    For some odd reason Demolition Man from 1993 has been on Cinemax's schedule rotation lately and, yes, I keep watching it. :P For those not familiar with it, it stars Sylvester Stallone & Wesley Snipes as a cop & criminal who are frozen in the 90's for crimes they've committed (or believed to...
  19. Rocket Babe - Ant Men

    Rocket Babe - Ant Men

    Cover art for the new Rocket Babe edition, Ant Men! Native American legend has it that long ago two very different groups of aliens came from the distant stars to this planet. One, to show the way to enlightenment, good health and prosperity. The other, to plunder, consume and dominate.
  20. Erik Martin Willen

    Sci-Fi I’ll like to share some fantastic news…

    My new science fiction series hit #1 on several lists on the Amazon last week. below are a couple pictures. Thank to everyone. NASTRAGULL: Pirates An epic space adventure that holds danger at every turn... The human cadets on the interstellar transport, Bright Star, are heading home...