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‘Shadow and Bone’ explores the fantastical elements of Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse.

Book enthusiasts have been celebrating since the television show “Shadow and Bone” came out on April 23 on Netflix. It is based on the...

What ‘House of the Dragon’ needs to do to capture the...

Nobody expected two novice TV writers to take the world by a storm of swords in 2011 when a little upstart TV series on...

Dreams can come true, but so can nightmares in ‘A Babysitter’s...

We all know that feeling of having to wake up from a great dream that is disrupted by the awful sound of our alarm...

‘Pleasantville,’ a deep philosophical take on the fantasy genre

The trapped in TV land trope is one that has been explored many times over in film and television like “Stay Tuned,” “DramaWorld,” “Last...

The Book Nook: ‘The Traitor Baru Cormorant’ chronicles a tale of...

Out in the distance beyond Halae’s Reef, a young girl spots a fleet of red-sailed ships that will forever change her life and that...

Radar Video Game Recommendations

‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’ By: Colin Carney, SSW As many are now confined to their rooms for the duration of this pandemic, finding the right...

Feature Fiction: Stories

Courtesy of Pexels Welcome to the library traveler. Would it be rude to...

The Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy celebrates 50th anniversary

On the fourth floor of the Tomas Rivera Library lies UCR’s Special Collections & University Archive. Inside the archive are brightly lit cases of...

Conference discusses science fiction and fantasy by people of color

On Thursday, Jan. 21, professors of creative writing Nalo Hopkinson and Rachelle Cruz and Ph.D. candidate in comparative literature, Jaymee Goh, met in INTS...

Under the Kilt: Netflix or Pornhub: What are you binge-watching?

Revealing your porn-watching habits to your friends is like telling them your latest sex-capade: it’s either an immediate label of a freak in the...