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An interview with Sebastien de Castell

Fantasy fans will be well aware of Sebastien de Castell by now – and if you aren’t, then you are truly missing out. His debut series, The Greatcoats, has been described as “Three Musketeers...

Dances with Devils: Loving the Antihero

Heroes: gotta love ‘em. Take Aragorn, son of Arathorn for instance; he may look a bit foul, but feels fair. He won’t break any legal or moral codes in order to do the right...

REVIEW: The Batman

Two years since first putting on the cowl and dark eye shadow, The Batman finds our young caped crusader facing a serial killer with an intellect that may be greater than The World’s Greatest...

REVIEW: Urban Enemies edited by Joseph Nassise

Urban fantasy is not my thing, but then, I’ve never really given it a fair go. So I picked up Joseph Nassise’s Urban Enemies and had a crack. The book contains 17 antagonists from a...

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