Another three weeks have gone by - and here's what happened.
The real excitement came with adding another member to the team - the amazing Rebecca Levene. Her first post was on Portal 2 and The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
And our reviews:
- Gary Gygax's The Anubis Murders (1992) (and a lackluster appreciation of game tie-in fiction)
- Mark Charan Newton's The Book of Transformations (2011) (and what it means to be a hero)
- Patrick Rothfuss' The Wise Man's Fear (2011) (and how to say it with lolcats)
- 3 crime novels from Jason Starr, Ken Bruen and Ed McBain (and the dangers of over-sharing)
- 4 vintage westerns by Clifton Adams and Frank Castle (and the power of contrivance)
- 4 graphic novels by Mark Millar, Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis, Aaron Williams and Brian Wood (and what it means to be a man)
- The BBC's adaptation of The Shadow in the North (2007) (and women as property)
Aaaaaand off the internet entirely (it happens, we've seen it!), we listened to some of the SF legends talk at the British Library, poked ten-or-so Gollancz authors at Forbidden Planet and got eaten by a giant plastic squid.