New York Review of Science Fiction #295

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Fallout & Richard Matheson; Richard Prather’s SF P.I.; Frankensteins, apocalypses, the entire world of fantasy, superheroes on the brink of death, robot actors, Forrey Ackerman’s farewells to sci-fi, apes, existence, Barsoom, and the early Ellison.

ISSUE #295 March 2013 Volume 25, No. 7 ISSN #1052-9438

ESSAYS

    • Michael Andre-DriussiFallout 3 versus The Omega Man
    • Graham Andrews: Have Blaster—Will Travel: Richard S. Prather and Science Fiction
    • Robert Guffey: Still Pulling This Train: Harlan Ellison’sPulling a Train and Getting in the Wind

REVIEWS

    • Inflatable Frankenstein, created & performed by Radiohole, reviewed by Aaron Grunfeld
    • The Cambridge Companion to Fantasy Literature, edited by Edward James & Farah Mendelsohn, reviewed by Darrell Schweitzer
    • Gregory Benford and Larry Niven’s Bowl of Heaven, reviewed by David Mead
    • Hosuke Nojiri’s Rocket Girls and Rocket Girls: The Last Planet, reviewed by Patrick L. McGuire
    • Sayonara and I, Worker, written and directed by Oriza Hirata, reviewed by Jen Gunnels
    • Sci-Fi Womanthology, edited by Forrest J. Ackerman and Pam Keesey and Rainbow Fantasia. edited by Forrest J. Ackerman and Ann Hardin, reviewed by Don Webb
    • The Apes of Wrath, edited by Richard Klaw, reviewed byPeter Rawlik
    • David Brin’s Existence, reviewed by David Mead

PLUS

  • Barsoom and box-offices, photos, screed, and an editorial.

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