After a recon mission gone wrong, Hannah—a religious woman and pilot—is reluctantly the leading officer in charge of a group of soldiers who are stuck behind enemy lines. With little provisions, save for Go-Pills, they have to trek on, hiding in the freezing climate with something seemingly otherworldly hunting them, either in their minds or in the world.
Like a lot of episodes this past season, I enjoyed the subplot of “Resolution” better than the main story. I am much more invested in the companions’ arc than the adventure aspects. Showrunner Chris Chibnall’s decision to shift the focus of the show back on the companions was the right move (especially since the previous era focused so much on mystery and suspense); however, I needed more from the Thirteenth Doctor’s first confrontation with the Daleks—or any classic monster for that matter.
If you’ve been following along, you know the occult sleuth Joe Golem ended up in some pretty hot water last issue (When isn’t he?) while hunting down an artifact that could have dire consequences if it falls into the wrong hands. Well, in issue five, Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden start a major turn of events for Joe and everyone surrounding him.
I love the look and feel of Aliens: Dust to Dust. Unfortunately, like a lot of other recent Xenomorph stories, it doesn’t amount to much beyond visceral levels of survival. It uses most of its time recycling ideas that have come before without fully exploring its own characters. This isn’t necessarily to say that I didn’t enjoy reading the series.
The world built by LaGuardia over these first two issues has been rich and fascinating, and I feel like we’re only just scratching the surface. Not only are there a plethora of different aliens from all around the universe, there are also a number of different aspects to the future society in which these characters live which I’d love to explore in depth.
Fanbase Press and Pomonok Entertainment are proud to announce that the Finding Felicity podcast will return for the second half of its premier season on Friday, January 11, 2019!
The following is an interview with publisher, editor, molecular biologist, and author Athena Andreadis, Ph.D. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Andreadis about the inspirations behind her impressive career, her work with publishing company Candlemark & Gleam, her own writing, and more!
The following is an interview with Desmond Walsh on the release of the comic book series, Jungle City. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Walsh about the inspiration behind the series, his creative process in bringing the story to life, what readers can anticipate from the story, and more!
The following is an interview with award-winning comic book artist and writer Sean Lam on the graphic novel series, Red Dot. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Lam about the inspiration behind the series, his creative process in working with kingB, what readers can anticipate from the story, and more!
If you can’t wrap your head around another new year just yet, let’s take a moment to look back at some incredible 2018 achievements in one of our favorite subjects: space.