A while back, I wrote an article about Riftworld Chronicles, an award winning web series featuring Tahmoh Penikett and Erin Karpluk. Here’s a brief recap: Riftworld Chronicles is a fantasy comedy about a pragmatic journalist, Kim, who teams up with Alar, a dimension-traveling wizard that finds himself trapped in our modern world. She helps […]
We at She-fi had the good fortune of interviewing Star Trek writer, Marc Zicree, about his exciting, new sci-fi series, Space Command. Zicree is a writer, producer, and director with hundreds of hours of TV credits for most of the major studios and networks. He’s worked on such iconic shows as Star Trek: The Next […]
Juliet Capulet is one of literature’s most enduring heroines. But what if she were transformed from the tragic victim of a star-crossed love affair into the dynamic, independent protagonist of her own story? That’s exactly what Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col, Andy Belanger and Corin Howell have done in Kill Shakespeare, whose first trade is […]
In this episode of the She-Fi podcast, we talk about why we LOVE Wonder Woman. From the character development to the emotional depth and humor, there’s very little not to love.
SAN DIEGO, CA – After watching the season five finale of Arrow, which airs on the CW Wednesdays at 8pm/7pm central, San Diego resident Tom Bradshaw, 28, expressed feelings of deep despair at the thought of so many of his favorite characters potentially being killed off. “I mean, Felicity, Thea, Curtis – all of them! […]
In this episode, we talk about the awesomeness that is American Gods. You’ve got leprechauns, immortals, gorgeous visuals — what’s not to love?
I was fortunate enough to sit down with someone little and green, and humorous, who has an affinity for pizza. No, it wasn’t a baby Mutant Ninja Turtle, or Kermit the Frog. (Does Kermit have an affinity for pizza?) It was our new friend, Zonks the Alien. Zonks has been sharing his hilarious and other-worldly […]
I’ve written before about how much I’m enjoying IDW’s Kill Shakespeare, by writers Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col and artist Andy Belanger. If you haven’t checked out my interview with Conor, I recommend it. He has some really interesting insights about his process and experience. Issue #2 of the Juliet story arc was just […]
This site was founded on a love of science fiction shared between two friends. But when we refer to sci-fi, what is it exactly that we’re talking about? There are so many different types of movies, TV shows, novels and comics that have been labeled as “science fiction” stories. Some of them, like say The […]
In this episode of the She-Fi podcast, we talk about some of the exciting news and stories that came out of the 2017 Star Wars Celebration.