Yet more about The Old Man, and we find out more about him, and a big finale is set up.
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Much more than a story about a woman who finds an android head’….
Another excellent piece of adventure writing with a retro-vibe to it.
A thoughtful consideration of ethics and moral judgments about crime and ciminality and responsibility for actions. Marvellous.
I started this issue expecting Rusch and Jablokov to supply the stronger stories, but in fact it is Zumsteg and Ludwigsten who tickled my fancy the most. Who’da thunk it?
A subtle, clever story – does the new world require that even the most heroic of heroes are required to stand up and be counted, even deep into retirement?
Alex Wilson. Outgoing. A countdown to a climax, with 10 episodes in the lives of an unlikely pair. Episode 10 sees young Tara playing marbles, her favourite being one blue/white orb which reminds her of Earth, and who finds out that she has brittle bones. The other is Chris Moser, a precocious 13-year old who […]
For me a -much- stronger issue than the previous one, which feels like it should be a double-issue, as so much quality is squeezed into it. The more experienced writers provide quality of the highest order, with Preston, Kosmatka and Pratt just a slight bit below that standard.