Books & Fiction

Decoding Dystopia: The Cyber Noir Spectrum

Sometimes, it’s good to kick back and watch a good, old-fashioned noir. Wrapping yourself up in tales about scoundrels, femme fatales, crooks, and regular joes who just found themselves in the w...

Decoding Dystopia: How Cyberpunk Corrupted the Space Opera

Because I have nothing better to do than to illegally connect to the ‘net via brain implant in my iso-cube, I like to spend my time researching obscure subjects. The countless, sleepless hours I...

Conspiracy on the Red Planet: The Return of Denver Moon

Man, it hasn’t even been a year and Warren Hammond and Josh Viola have given us another blessing in their new entry into the Mars-based cyberpunk series Denver Moon. Including a graphic novel pr...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 4/24/19

We stumble out of yet another sleepless night on the tail of end of a night shift, eyes aching and brain buzzing. How long has it been? Months? Years? We boot up the vid screen either way, craving swe...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 4/2/2019

Can you hear me? Is this on? Did the pollution and radiation pumping from hearts and minds scramble this transmission? Because we got Aliens coming for you, Megazones to inhabit, a musical Junkie, and...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 3/25/19

Welcome back, hackers, punks, loners, and aspiring cyborgs. This past week we’ve been keeping an eye on those who are keeping an eye on us, a proposed bill in California that will allow consumer...

Last Week in Cyberpunk – 3/4/19 to 3/17/19 the two week special

Through hiccups and crashes and the ever present screeching of white noise we are broadcasting to you from the digital wasteland. We are back to a regular scheduled program and bringing you two weeks ...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 2/25/19

Fresh off the digital presses (with only a hint of radiation), we bring you the latest in Last Week in Cyberpunk for all your weekly cyberpunk needs. This week we got a fresh cast for Altered Carbon, ...

Saga of the Killing Angel: A Review of Gunnm

I’m not much of a manga reader. For some reason, I find it difficult to focus on digest-sized pages printed in black and white, and sometimes it’s difficult to follow the action if there&#...