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REVIEW: Tronick by Rosie Record

Tronick by Rosie Record is a cyberpunk novel that attracted me by its cover. They say you can’t judge a book by its cover but I feel like the Claire Redfield-esque biker girl picture...

Exclusive Cover Reveal: Buzzard’s Bowl by John Palladino

Today we have a special treat for Grimdark Magazine readers: an exclusive cover reveal for Buzzard’s Bowl by John Palladino, the second book in his Tragedy of Cedain series and the follow-up to his...

REVIEW: You Know Her by Meagan Jennett

Meagan Jennett’s You Know Her is a gem of a debut. A tense, psychological thriller that makes you root for the murderer rather than for the victims or those chasing her, it is smart...

REVIEW: Shield Maiden by Sharon Emmerichs

Shield Maiden is the debut novel from Sharon Emmerichs and published by Ad Astra, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Head of Zeus. It is a richly detailed historical fantasy set in the Middle...

REVIEW: Dead Space 2023

Dead Space (2023) is a remake of the classic 2008 video game. It is a welcome revival of a franchise that briefly was on top of the world with animated movies, comics, and multiple...

REVIEW: The Last of Us S1 E1

I’ve been waiting for this series perhaps more than any other in recent memory. Based on the best-selling video-game series, The Last of Us E1 follows the grim and weary Joel as he attempts...

REVIEW: Soulkeeper by David Dalglish

Soulkeeper is the action-packed first volume of David Dalglish’s dark fantasy series, The Keepers. The novel opens with the reaping hour, a religious rite for the recently deceased, calling upon deities known as the...

REVIEW: The Wolf Among Us

The Wolf Among Us is, in my opinion, Telltale’s best game. This is a controversial opinion because most people tend to point to The Walking Dead as the best game. It’s a close tie but...

REVIEW: Saturnalia by Stephanie Feldman

The slow-motion collapse of modern civilization is reason to party in Saturnalia, the new sci-fi horror by Stephanie Feldman, which takes place in a near-future Philadelphia amid growing climate disaster. As the world gradually...

REVIEW: Orphan: First Kill

Orphan: First Kill is a prequel to 2009’s Orphan, which starred Isabelle Fuhrman as the murderous Esther. In the original, Esther was the adopted ‘evil child’ before it was revealed she’s actually a grown...

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