This weekend's episode of Doctor Who revealed a strange new twist in the Doctor and Missy's tumultuous relationship. We recently had the chance to talk to Michelle Gomez about her time on the show, and now that "Extremis" is out in the wild, we had to get her spoilery thoughts on Missy's latest appearance.
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Although these days the realm of collectable Star Wars cards might be more active on your phone or tablet, the movies have been linked with the world of trading cards ever since they came out. A new book wants to stoke the flames of your nostalgia for those heady days of card collecting, and we have a look inside.
The next addition to the realms of Magic: The Gathering is taking players to the desert oasis of Amonkhet, a magical land that's essentially Magic's own take on the mysticism of Ancient Egypt. Ahead of the 74th expansion's arrival in stores later this month, we are proud to debut a few of the new cards and the art behind this new plane of mystery.
Netflix have released a new collection of episodes from the original Voltron, hand-picked by the creative team that's brought the iconic series back to life. To celebrate, we sat down with Legendary Defender executive producers Joaquim Dos Santos and Lauren Montgomery to reflect on the original show, and exactly how it has — and hasn't — inspired the new series.
The Girl With All The Gifts is a critically acclaimed 2014 novel, turned into a celebrated movie, which hits Australian theatres some time this year. It tells a new type of zombie story, about kids, compassion, disease and acceptance. Author M.R. Carey has written a sequel, and we are very excited to bring you the first except from it.
The new Ghost in the Shell movie is not without its controversies, but one of the universally-praised aspects of it from what we've seen so far is that the film totally nails its future cyberpunk aesthetic — and we've got an exclusive look at a book that will be all about bringing that world to the big screen.
Rogue One might be the most gorgeous Star Wars film ever made. It's full of incredible vistas, strange aliens and wonderful locales — and behind that imagery is an absolute ton of incredible concept artwork behind it. Today, thanks to the release of The Art of Rogue One, we have an exclusive glimpse at some of that amazing work.
Think long enough about the future, where humanity is almost certainly doomed, and you might start going insane with despair. But what happens when your entire job is preparing for that future? In the latest techno-thriller novel by Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, Planetary, Red, Nextwave) you go to the one place that can help: Normal.
The thought of an official mashup between Doctor Who and the classic works of Roger Hargreaves was already too cute to bear when it was first announced. But now we have an exclusive look at the first book in the series, Dr First, and it's everything we could've wanted from this crossover.
There was a lot of amazing visual setpieces in The Force Awakens, made possibly by the incredible wizardry of ILM and many other VFX studios. But sometimes the best use of CGI is one where you had no idea its even used, as J.J. Abrams points out in this exclusive clip from his new Force Awakens commentary track.
Mondo is mainly known for their insanely gorgeous collection of pop culture posters and other collectable pieces, but in recent years, it's also transformed itself into an event. The third MondoCon begins this weekend, and to celebrate, we have a look at three of the gorgeous prints that will be available to attendees.
The last episode of Ash vs Evil Dead ended with Ash's worst fear coming true: His beloved Delta was heisted by teenage joyriders. On the next episode "Last Call", Ash throws a party with his longtime buddy, sleazy bartender Chet (Ted Raimi), to lure back the car thieves. Did we mention the Necronomicon's in the car, too?
There is no doubt that Ralph McQuarrie's sublime art was fundamental in shaping the success of Star Wars, and enriching the galaxy far, far away. For years his work has been archived and championed, but a new book is collecting some of his best (and some of his rarest) Star Wars art in a lavish volume, and we have an exclusive look inside.
Ever since he began publishing sci-fi stories to his website, The Martian author Andy Weir has been using unorthodox approaches to deliver his stories to audiences. His latest collection is not found online or on a bookshelf, but in a new app named Tapas, and we've got an exclusive excerpt from one of its stories.