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Jason McGee

Jason McGee

Jason is an avid videogamer, sci-fi/fantasy lover, and small press and indie comics aficionado. He can recite Big Trouble in Little China from memory, is obsessed with Borderlands, and loves art and travel. When he's not having adventures with his amazing wife, he's home walking his dogs.

REVIEW: The Patriot List by David Guymer

Growing up in the late 1970s and early 1980s, I was a dedicated Marvel Comics fan. By the time I got to my late teens and early 20s I went through an unfortunate too...

REVIEW: The Escapement by Lavie Tidhar

Lavie Tidhar’s The Escapement is the story of a father’s hopelessness as his son lies dying in a hospital.  The story shifts back and forth between his real world agony and the darkly fantastic...

REVIEW: Blindsight by Peter Watt

Originally published in 2006, Peter Watt’s Blindsight tells the story of what happens when 65,000 alien probes flashed simultaneously, instantaneously surveying the earth. When a probe of our own intercepts an extraterrestrial signal of...

Review: Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky

Brothers Arkady and Boris Strugatsky came up with the idea of Roadside Picnic in Komorovo, a Russian town about an hour from St. Petersburg, in 1970. The brothers wrote the story in 1971, and...