Rare as an Earthling

Space Captain by Michael Park and Chris Baldie Something, I don’t know what, caused every living human to disappear. Human colonies across the galaxy were suddenly abandoned. All communication with Earth ceased in an instant. Humanity just…vanished. Except for you. With the success of the final Kickstarter for this series at the end of 2018 the epic saga of the final human – Space Captain … Continue reading Rare as an Earthling

Kaiju Cost of Living

Killtopia by Dave Cook/Craig Paton/Robin Jones/Ludwig Olimba Shinji is a wrecker, he scours the forbidden Killtopia hunting grounds looking for salvage from rogue, diseased mechs. Technology is building the city – terraforming mechs using nano tech for industry and agriculture. The same technology is killing humanity – nanotech is being consumed by humans who succumb to ‘the rot’ – unable to heal themselves as the … Continue reading Kaiju Cost of Living

Did those feet in ancient times

A New Jerusalem by Benjamin Dickson published by New Internationalist As we stumble towards the latest Brexit political crisis we have heard of lot about our valiant island history and the sacrifices of our stoic forbears. ‘No deal? – well we managed through World War Two, through the blitz didn’t we?’ The reality of war is rather different of course and when the war is … Continue reading Did those feet in ancient times