science fiction

Should You Be Reading 'Southern Cross'?
Ever since Saga set a new standard for indie comics success in 2012, there's been an explosion of American sci-fi comics, many of them from Saga publisher Image Comics. Of these, one of the biggest standouts is Southern Cross, which has created a compelling, dense world with stunning visuals and gripping mysteries in just its first six issues.
Giannis Milonogiannis Sketches Pretty Girls And Our Manga-Flavored Future [Art]
Like Brandon Graham, James Stokoe and so many other artists raised on a steady diet of manga and anime, Giannis Milonogiannis feels his manga influences without a slavish devotion to them. He plays with anatomy and tones down his facial expressions to create characters who draw you in rather than emote at you, making his characters the star even among their futuristic body armor and neon-tinged
Good News: Comics Does Not Live in the Literary Ghetto Alone
io9 reports that science fiction novelists and mainstream literary critics have been sniping at each other over the perceived value of sci-fi novels, and it's hard not to feel more than a little empathetic towards what seems like a ghettoization of a substantive literary subculture-- something the world of comic books knows a little bit about...
Time Travel Map Charts Pop Culture Time Jumpers
What if all the time travel stories in TV and sci-fi took place in the same universe? A gorgeous image from the upcoming chart book "The Visual Miscellaneum" is online that maps out the twists, turns and overlaps in the time stream via a variety of methods, from alien technology and time machines to mysterious forces of nature...