Book Review – Blaylock’s Homunculus and Lord Kelvin’s Machine May05

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Way back at the beginning of the year, which I realize is ancient history where the internet is concerned, I reviewed James P. Blaylock’s return-to-steampunk novel, The Aylesford Skull.  I said at the time that this was part of a series, and that while each volume was standalone,...

Book Review: Encounters of Sherlock Holmes Feb13

Book Review: Encount...

Whenever I post a review about a book or, as in this case, an anthology of short stories that deals with beloved characters or settings, I like to remind those who read these reviews that I am an incredibly harsh critic when it comes to those characters with whom I’m intimately familiar...

Book Review – The Wizard of Oz: A Steampunk Adventure Feb03

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About three weeks ago, author S. D. Stuart emailed SciFiFX and requested that we review his novel, The Wizard of Oz: A Steampunk Adventure, for our site.  With apologies to the author for the amount of time it took to get this review posted, I nevertheless offer it here for...

Book Review: Warlord of the Air Jan28

Book Review: Warlord...

One of the things I’m coming to respect about Titan Books is that they’re reprinting some of the lost genre greats.  Granted, I wouldn’t exactly refer to Michael Moorcock as “lost,” but some of his works are a little harder to find sometimes since...

Book Review – The Aylesford Skull Jan08

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SciFiFX celebrates the release of author James P. Blaylock‘s first full length steampunk novel in 20 years! For the uninitiated, James P. Blaylock is considered to be one of the founding fathers of steampunk, along with Tim Powers and K. W. Jeter, all three of whom are incredibly...

Review: Steamboy Dec05

Review: Steamboy

I am one of those who simply does not get Anime.  Most the examples I’ve seen – and I’ve seen plenty, believe me – are riddled with substandard animation quality, wacky pop tunes that do not belong, and plots that make almost no sense whatsoever.  For...

Book Review – Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel Oct16

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Publisher’s Summary: Evil is most assuredly afoot – and Britain’s fate rests in the hands of an alluring renegade… and a librarian. These are dark days indeed in Victoria’s England. Londoners are vanishing, then reappearing, washing up as...

Podcast #66: Cyberpu...

http://media.blubrry.com/scififx/p/www.scififx.com/podcast/scififx_podcast_66_steampunk_cyberpunk.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWe are all on board this week for a discussion of Cyberpunk and Steampunk. We go over the basics of both genres and give...

Review: Iron Sky Aug13

Review: Iron Sky

The year is 2018.  African-American model James Washington is sent to the moon as part of a publicity stunt for the President of the United States as part of a re-election campaign.  But when his craft lands a little too close to a secret Nazi base, the Moon Führer...

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