Spider-Man: Homecoming Official Trailer #2

I liked Sam Raimi's Spider-Man. I disliked Mark Webb's with Andrew Garfield. I thought it was unnecessary. When news broke that Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios reached a licensing agreement and there were plans for another Spider-Man movie with yet another new actor I just sighed and ignored the news. I didn't care. However, it … Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming Official Trailer #2

#Art of Fantasy 114: Alexandre Chaudret

Alexandre Chaudret is a freelance illustrator of book covers, trading card games, miniature figures, board games, independent games, and a bunch of other things. As a concept artist, Alexandre specializes in character design, including creatures and monsters and he has worked on multiple projects like Of Orcs and Men, Mars War logs, Bound by Flames, The … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 114: Alexandre Chaudret

Last Chance To Nominate Babylon’s Song

As you know, "Babylon's Song" received a nomination for New Zealand's Sir Julius Vogel Award. If you've read the story and enjoyed it and think it deserves award recognition, please register a nomination. It's free and there are only a few days left. Kōsa Press is blogging about it this week and you can find … Continue reading Last Chance To Nominate Babylon’s Song

The Justice League Trailer Has Landed

It's here and it's awesome. No, seriously. I love it. Check it out below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiAmnKUaNmc The plot summary so far doesn't reveal much other than what is obvious from the trailer: Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to … Continue reading The Justice League Trailer Has Landed

On My Nightstand

In the spirit of blogging more often I'm sharing a snapshot of my nightstand as it looks now. I'm way behind on my reading. I'm not even going to mention what's waiting for me on my kindle. I allow the books to pile up as a reminder that I have things to read. I love reading … Continue reading On My Nightstand

#Art of Fantasy 113: Bogdan Rezunenko

Bogdan Rezunenko lives in Saint-Petersburg, Russia and is a freelancer. At some stage, he worked as an artist for Pathfinder. That is it. No other information exist that I can find. So, we know Bogdan is a freelance artist. We don't know what informs his creativity or what inspires him. His work is awesome, though, and … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 113: Bogdan Rezunenko

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: The New Trailer

I read American Gods a couple of years ago. Then I read it again. I loved what Neil Gaiman did with our perception of gods and mythology. I loved it because I love mythology and folklore and because so much mystery still exists in this world and because our imaginations love to make sense of … Continue reading Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: The New Trailer