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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Feb 1, 2018

Super Mario Brothers animated movie in development.

Nintendo confirms Mario Cart Tour for smartphones/Switch.

Here’s the latest news on Chris Pratt’s Cowboy Ninja Viking project…

Horror film A Quiet Place is the opening choice for SXSW.

Tor has posted fantasy tale The Ghoul Goes West by Dale Bailey on its site.

Currently Reading Paul of Dune (Dune Universe Book 11).

Bell of Lost Souls reviews GURPS-powered Dungeon Fantasy game.

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Is a new He-Man/MOTU movie in the works? 

Why is China building a laser ten million times more intense than the sun?

Use A Potion reviews the Cold Iron VR puzzleshooter videogame.

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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Dec 23, 2017

Currently reading House Corrino (Dune: House Trilogy, Book 3)

Nerdist postulates on some Avengers plot spoilers. 

Don’t forget the Sci-Clops Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Minds.com pages!

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Everything you need to know about the first Dr. Who ahead of the Christmas special.

First concept art arrives from Netflix’s ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’.

PopHorror presents the trailer for Selfie From Hell.

Game of Thrones star Ben Crompton teases season 8 finale.

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New pages for the online SF comic StarPower are up.

New ‘Cutie Honey’ anime dropping in 2018.

4 great board games for gifted liars. 

Is this the best Switch game of 2017?

Games Radar announces their game of the year awards.

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Review – Star Power Online SF Comic Chapter 4.3

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Still loving the Star Power free online sci-fi comic! The illustrations remain superb and the storyline interesting. Scouting ahead of the expedition, Danica has not only discovered a new world and a new race, but a new war as well. Read the full review at the link below.

 

 

 

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Star Power Online Comic Continues To Shine

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We’re still following the awesome Star Power online sci-fi comic and it just continues to get better and better! If you haven’t read it, get on it now! Great story, updated regularly, an awesome heroine (the Star Power), incredible color illustrations, and here’s the best part – it’s FREE! And did we mention that it’s online? And free? So you can read it any time you want. Have a look at the link below for the latest on the Star Power!

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Review – Star Power Online Comic Vol 4/Chap 16

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We last checked in with the Star Power online comic here when we were raving about the illustration, storyline, and supporting the Kickstarter campaign. If you missed that post, here’s the summary:

Star Power follows the cosmic adventures of astronomer turned superhero, Danica Maris. The comic was launched online at starpowercomic.com in 2013 and has consistently been updating pages every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (barring the rare instance where the artomatic Garth breaks down and needs to be rebuilt). Danica’s story is one of adventure, heroics, and space. Because space is awesome. ”

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We Support Star Power Illustrated Comic Kickstarter

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This post is actually 1 in 3: First, we want to announce our support for the Star Power illustrated comic. Second, we’re going to throw a little financial support behind the Star Power and the Mystery of the Zel Gux Dynasty Kickstarter. Third, this post will also act as book 19/52 for our 52 books in 52 weeks project. So without further ado, let’s look at STAR POWER!

Star Power follows the cosmic adventures of astronomer turned superhero, Danica Maris. The comic was launched online at starpowercomic.com in 2013 and has consistently been updating pages every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (barring the rare instance where the artomatic Garth breaks down and needs to be rebuilt). Danica’s story is one of adventure, heroics, and space. Because space is awesome. ”

The Kickstarter is unfortunately ending very soon for Star Power and the Mystery of the Zel Gux Dynasty. Somehow we didn’t get word of this until the last minute. But there’s still a little time to throw your support their way and even if you miss it, it’s certain there will be more Kickstarter campaigns. In the meantime have a look at the rest of this article below the fold, including images and a video.

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