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World of Darkness

NEWS: World of Darkness Reprints

White Wolf Publishing was the darling of the Goth and counterculture gaming scene from 1991 to 2004 when they were publishing the World of Darkness universe based around such hit titles as Vampire: The...

REVIEW: World of Darkness: Crimson Thaw #1

World of Darkness: Crimson Thaw #1 is the first volume of a three part series that serves as a direct sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade: Winter’s Teeth. It takes place a few days after...

World of Darkness is coming to TV

Hey Grimdarklings, we here at Grimdark Magazine have been a big proponent of 90s tabletop game publisher, White Wolf, and its recent return to prominence with the release of Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition...

REVIEW: The Darkness Before Them by Matthew Ward

Matthew Ward follows up his utterly magnificent Legacy trilogy (Legacy of Ash, Legacy of Steel, Legacy of Light) with a completely new dark fantasy world in The Darkness Before Them. Kat is a thief...

REVIEW: The Midnight World

The world is darker, stranger, and more dangerous than you could possibly know. More malicious than you’d ever dare to believe. There are dark forces at work, just beyond the edges of your perception...

REVIEW: This Thing of Darkness by Allan Batchelder

“What if William Shakespeare faked his death to live in Jamestown? What if there was a monster in the woods there?” Either of these could be the basis for a fun alternate history novel...

REVIEW: The Darkness That Comes Before by R. Scott Bakker

R. Scott Bakker’s The Darkness That Comes Before has a divisive effect: readers who love it, laud it with endless praise, but those who despise it, vocalize their criticisms ardently. I was keen to...

REVIEW: The Wheel of Time E8: The Eye of the World

The Wheel of Time E8: The Eye of the World ends the first season of Amazon’s take on Robert Jordan’s epic fantasy series. Much like the series as a whole, this episode is good...

GdM #5

Excerpt: Against the Encroaching Darkness by Aliette de Bodard

I was going off like a frog in a sock with excitement when we approached Aliette de Bodard for a short story to be published in issue #5 and she agreed. Aliette has a long list...

Dirge by Tim Marquitz

Let There Be Darkness

While there’s been an upswing in popularity of darker stories of late, Warhammer 40k having coined the term grimdark back in the early 2000s, the concept of darkness in storytelling has been around for...