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The nominations for the 2015 Hugo Awards were announced Saturday at several science fiction and fantasy conventions.
Is Star Wars: The Force Awakens trading in the series’ iconic desert wasteland for … another desert wasteland?
This is one adventure you can safely miss.
Written by Chuck Wending, Aftermath picks up where Return of the Jedi left off.
Nominees for this summer’s Nebula and Saturn awards honoring genre fiction have been revealed.
Halloweens come and Halloweens go, but there are enthusiasts who love the fright-life year round, and for those there is a convention called Phoenix FearCon.
The Comic & Media Expo celebrated its inaugural outing with a weekend of cosplay, comics, pop culture art and anime antics. Enjoy our gallery of amazing images.
The brains behind the Valley’s biggest nerd convention are throwing their efforts into a second annual event, starting this Dec. 12-14, 2014.
Avast, ye lilly-livered bilge rats!
This is a must-have tome that will likely be treasured for decades to come — but it does have some issues, and I’m not talking about the comic continuity kind.
Last month, Del Rey released advance preview chapters of its first four Star Wars novels to be released in the “new era” of Disney ownership of the Star Wars franchise
Ann Leckie’s debut novel Ancillary Justice took the top prize at the Hugo Awards on Sunday.
If there is one thing we’ve learned from sci-fi films over the past couple of years it’s that teens are in for a rough ride in our inevitable dystopian society.
The new 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons is roaring ahead. Two of the “core rulebooks” – the Monster Manual and Dungeon Master’s Guide – aren’t even available yet, but along with the Player’s Handbook, …