We really dug the debut of Chris Roberson (iZombie) and Rich Ellis' Memorial, a promising new series about an amnesiac young woman who suddenly becomes embroiled in magical weirdness. Courtesy of IDW Publishing, here's an exclusive seven-page sneak peek at the upcoming second issue.
At New York Comic Con, io9 had the opportunity to catch up with comic book writer Chris Roberson, who's helming the upcoming Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes miniseries.
A new anthology of Mars stories, coming from Viking next April, includes just about everybody you'd want to see in its table of contents. Kim Stanley Robinson, Kage Baker, Alastair Reynolds, and more. And the cover looks stunning.
The finalists for the 2009 Sidewise Awards, honoring the best in alternate history, have been announced. And just in case the version of you in this universe hasn't already read the novel and five short stories, here's your primer.
HarperCollins' new science-fiction imprint, Angry Robot, is invading the United States at last, starting in May — and instead of ramping up slowly, it's hitting us with six titles per month. Horrific afterlife experiences, dark magic, and more...
Have we gone multiverse crazy? Iain Banks' latest novel, Transition, is just the latest of a long line of sideways-traveling books, and this theme is more prevalent than ever. Here are some of my favorites, with spoilers and foul language.
A new science fiction imprint of Harper Collins, Angry Robot Books, has started up in the UK and will be publishing in the US and elsewhere starting in September. The first four Angry Robot titles sound super- promising, as well: Lauren Beukes' Moxyland follows four hipsters in a world where your virtual identity is…