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Review - "Alien: River of Pain" by Christopher Golden

The final book in Titan’s new “Alien” series concludes the trilogy with a bang. Combining new story with established threads, it gives our old friend Ellen Ripley another brief outing and tells the story of Hadley’s Hope: the doomed colony of LV-426 that features in the “Aliens” film. 1,082 more words

Fiction Reviews

Seize the Night--Cover & ToC

Christopher Golden has put together Seize the Night, a vampire anthology for Gallery Books. He took a novelette of mine called, “In a cavern, in a Canyon.”  68 more words

Mignola and Golden present the rise of a villain in Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King

There is an absolute evil. The Red King lives. On May 6, 2015, the legendary creator of Hellboy, Mike Mignola, and bestselling novelist Christopher Golden… 140 more words

Comics

Mini Interviews Chris Golden, Mallory O'Meara, and Darrell Schweitzer

Boskone’s appreciation of science fiction and fantasy also expands to horror fiction, including his year’s Official Artists, Charles Lang and Wendy Snow-Lang,  known for horror illustration as well as science fiction illustration.  943 more words

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Review: Tyger, Tyger by Christopher Golden

This story from Dead But Not Forgotten serves as a way to delve into the mind of the weretiger who almost had a certain telepathic barmaid’s heart. 277 more words

Reviews

Book review: Battle for Arcanum, by Thomas Sniegoski and Christopher Golden

Sniegoski, Thomas and Golden, Christopher. Battle For Arcanum. (Magic Zero series). Aladdin, 2005. $17.99. ISBN 978-1-4424-7316-4. 233 pages. Ages 10-14. P7Q9.

Timothy and his friend Cassandra may have beaten the evil sorcerer Alhazred, but their problems are far from over. 265 more words

Book Reviews

Strangewood by Christopher Golden

The young son of a popular children’s book author vanishes into the dangerous fictional world his father created. And it’s going to take more than a vivid imagination to get him back alive.

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