Sci-Fi Archive


Book Review: The Fold

I feel I’ve said it time and time again when I write a science fiction book review, but I am so happy to be reading something that doesn’t take place in a dystopian society. Don’t get me wrong, I love those stories. But so much of sci-fi is that anymore, that something


Book Review: Empire (Redemption Trilogy, Book 1)

One thing I love about ebooks is that the format allows authors to publish their books without the backing of  a strong publishing house. They allow authors to distribute and promote their work even though they have limited resources. Authors can now make those limited resources go much further. One way authors will try


Press Release: Darth Vader Coming to Cincinnati

Dave Prowse to Attend 2014 Cincinnati Comic Expo Science fiction fans and Sith Lords in Cincinnati have cause to rejoice with the announcement that Dave Prowse, the actor behind the mask of Darth Vader, will be coming to The Queen City for the 2014 Cincinnati Comic Expo being held this September at


Star-Crossed: Nothing Special, Not A Bad Thing

WARNING: This review/synopsis contains spoilers from the pilot of Star-Crossed The new CW show, Star-Crossed, was not even on my radar until I saw a review of it on io9 asking if it’s the new Roswell.  I always thought Roswell was a highly under-rated show that was much deeper than the “Aliens


Helix: Science Fiction Zombies, Or More?

WARNING: This review will mentions spoilers of the first three episodes of Helix: 1. Pilot 2. Vector 3. 274 Ronald D. Moore secured his place in science fiction television royalty with the reboot of Battlestar Galactica.  Prior to BSG, he also has writing/producing credits on other series such as Star Trek: The


Level 17: A Fun, Free Web Series

Professional, emerging, amateur and student independent South Australian filmmakers have combined their talents to produce the digital web series “Level 17”. Part of our culture is interest in science fiction, fantasy and action based adventures with Level 17 promising to meet those needs in a fresh, new innovative web-series. With a confirmed


Marvel Takes on Television with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (SPOILERS)

WARNING: This review contains spoilers from the pilot of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as well as the movie The Avengers. This past week, Marvel took a giant step in dominating the one form of media DC has always been superior in: television. For over 20 years, DC has had a very strong tv presence,


Claire’s Top Shows for Fall

As you know by now dear readers, I love television. Give me comedy, drama, thriller and I’ll try it once. Here are my top seven shows for fall: Revolution (Wednesday 8/7C)- This was my favourite new show of last season. The storyline is compelling, the characters have dimension, and it’s nice to


Comic Books – A Journey Begins

Confession: Comic books have never been something that I’ve really gotten into. I had a few Supergirl, Spider-Girl, and Wonder Woman comics in high school, but that was about it. They were fun, but they really didn’t do anything for me. Recently, though, I’ve had the desire to try again. I’ve become


Author Interview: Kea Alwang

If you’ve read my reviews of Treehugger and Risktaker, you may have noticed that I’ve become a huge fan of Kea Alwang. While meant for young adults, her books have a unique way of connecting with geek girls of all ages. She was kind of enough to spend some time talking to me