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REVIEW: Deadlands – The Weird West

Deadlands: The Weird West is a roleplaying game that ranks up there with Vampire: The Masquerade and Call of Cthulhu as my all-time favorites. Coincidentally, those are some of the darkest and most grimdark...

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...

An Interview with Blake Howard

We here at Grimdark Magazine have done a lot of reviewing of Vampire: The Masquerade products since the release of Fifth Edition. We’ve especially been interested in the coverage of Vampire: The Masquerade: Winter’s...

REVIEW: Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest is a visual novel that is by developed by Different Tales and published by Walkabout Games. It is set in the World of Darkness tabletop roleplaying...

REVIEW: Toreador by Stewart Wieck

The Vampire: The Masquerade Clan Novel series is something that I enjoyed a great deal when I was eighteen years old and it was 1999. My taste in fiction was not quite as refined...

REVIEW: Child of the Night Guild by Andy Peloquin

Young adult novels and grimdark are not something I normally associate. However, teenagers love grimdark. It is where a large percentage of us fantasy fans start questioning our assumptions about good guys, bad guys,...

REVIEW: Exordia by Seth Dickinson

Exordia—Seth Dickinson’s latest offering to the SF/F gods—begins not with a bang, or a whimper. Instead, it begins with a Michael Crichton quote. “The most likely consequence of contact is absolute terror.” Once you...

Top ten new horror novels for grimdark fans

Grimdark fans love the darker side of fantasy and science fiction, which often intersects with the horror genre. In this listicle, we recommend ten recently published horror novels with strong elements of dark fantasy...

REVIEW: Buzzard’s Bowl by John Palladino

John Palladino takes his craft to new heights in Buzzard’s Bowl, the second volume of his grimdark fantasy series, The Tragedy of Cedain. I am delighted to see how Palladino has grown as a...

REVIEW: Belladonna by Adalyn Grace

Strangely, it’s the macabre and eerie intimacy with death that feels normal so it’s no extreme statement that gentleness within this casually gothic world would ensnare me as Death has in Adalyn Grace’s Belladonna....

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