Apologies to our favorite Web-Slinger,
but this month we've got a Star Wars Special
reviews! Not to mention a visit to a Star Wars
exhibition. Columnwise there's:
- Sharon Archer looks at more new books than you
can shake a stick at.
UK Books -
A lot of brilliant SF comes out of the UK, and we've
got John Berlyne on the scene to find it for us.
Asta finds that It's Better To Have Loved at a NYC reading.
DVD - Steve was abducted by aliens...but we're negotiating for his release and expect to have him back
- Check out the schedules for all
those shows you never quite catch
Star Wars: The
Magic Of Myth at the Brooklyn Museum of Art
from April 5th through June 17th make your Star Wars
experience complete - see our photo exhibit, and tour the NASM website..
Comics - Daniel
back with an eclectic mix and some recommendations
- Haven't you seen enough by now? This might
be a good time to read a book.
I-CON 21 Report by Asta Sinusas and
Pictures by Ernest Lilley
Sure, you expected us to cover
Spider-Man, but you
didn't expect Keith DeCandido to do the review, and you knew we'd review
Star Wars II: The
Attack of the Clones
as soon as it came
out, but you didn't expect
The Chronology Protection Case then again, neither did we. We
wouldn't want to upset WW's "The Rock", so we've also got a
Scorpion King review.
Steve Uribe joins us to sample the best SF and Fantasy games. What could
be more fitting to start with than
Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
Ben Bova Interview
Rock Rats by Ben Bova
Ovidiu Bufnila - Romanian SF Writer
Immunity by Lois Bujold
DAW: Thirty Years of SF
Daw: Thirty Years of
by Karl Schroeder
Hominids by Robert Sawyer
Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones
Better To Have Loved
A Quest Lovers Treasury of the Fantastic Margaret
The Standing Dead by Ricardo
Pinto (review and interview by Iain Emsley)