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  • League of Extraordinary Gentlemen-The Temprst - Sff Planet

    League of Extraordinary Gentlemen to end in Volume IV

      Chivalry is one more step down the grave as the curtains come down on League of Extraordinary Gentlemen San Diego Comicon has for the longest time been the stage for the most influential news in genre culture, and SDCC 2017 is no different. One such influential news piece comes from Top Shelf Productions (US) and Knockabout (UK), concerning Alan…

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  • Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Movie Review - SFF Planet

    ‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ Movie Review

    Luc Besson’s dream project is finally here! While it does not crash and burn, it fails to reach its promised heights. The long wait has finally come to an end – Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is finally here! The hype over the movie’s phenomenal visual was seriously boosted thanks to the various trailers for the movie,…

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  • Space Oddities: Memories (Katsuhiro Otomo, 1994)

        Each month, Raz Greenberg reviews an overlooked piece of science fiction, fantasy or horror – be it a film, a television episode, a comic or a game – one that should have gotten more attention when it first came out and should still be remembered, in his opinion. This month, he reviews a little-known collection of stories from…

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  • Grease Monkey - Comics - SFF Planet

    Space Oddities: Grease Monkey (Tim Eldred, 1998)

    Each month, Raz Greenberg reviews an overlooked piece of science fiction, fantasy or horror – be it a film, a television episode, a comic or a game – one that should have gotten more attention when it first came out and should still be remembered, in his opinion. This month, he reviews a space-opera graphic novel that takes a unique…

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  • The Sisterhood of Steel - TV Shows - SFF Planet

    Space Oddities: The Sisterhood of Steel (Christy Marx, 1984)

    Space Oddities: The Sisterhood of Steel (Christy Marx, 1984) Each month, Raz Greenberg reviews an overlooked piece of science fiction, fantasy or horror – be it a film, a television episode, a comic or a game – one that should have gotten more attention when it first came out and should still be remembered, in his opinion. This month, he…

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  • Interview with Giuseppe Pennestri – Owner of Diego Comics

    Dreaming about a job in Comics? Comics and graphic novels have been enjoying quite a bit of popularity in Israel in recent years. In order to show some respect also to this aspect of the publishing world, and in honor of Free Comic Book Day, we invited the owners of DieGo Comics publishing for a chat about independent comic book…

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