AUDIO REVIEW: Refugees from the Otherworld, by Psyche Corporation

The 1st full-length album from Psyche Corp Featuring guest vocals from Paul Shapera 48 minutes and 27 seconds As to genre, your guess is as good as mine Released on 09/06/2022 Decades after interdimensional fairy creatures spilled into the human world, two students attend the world famous Phoenix Medical School. But will Diana and LucContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Refugees from the Otherworld, by Psyche Corporation”

AUDIO REVIEW: Terminal Overkill, by Justin D Hill

Narrated by Emma Noakes A Standalone Novel Focuses on Necromunda Published by Black Library in 2019 A Grimdark Coming-of-Age 9hrs 5mins When her mother is murdered during a brutal gang war, young Brielle finds herself lost in the Underhive. But if there’s one thing her mother taught her, it’s how to survive. And if there’sContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Terminal Overkill, by Justin D Hill”

AUDIO REVIEW: The Clone Masters

A Big Finish production Full cast, including Jan Chappell, Sally Knyvette, Stephen Grief, and Brian Croucher Written by Tim Foley Approximately 3 hours Released in December 2021 In all the galaxy, there are few groups as enigmatic as the Clone Masters. When these mysterious genetic engineers need to elect a new leader, it comes toContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: The Clone Masters”

AUDIO REVIEW: Bayban the Butcher

A Big Finish production Full cast, including Michael Keating, Sally Knyvette, Stephen Grief, and Colin Baker Approximately 3 hours Released in December 2021 Bayban the Butcher. Bayban the Berserker. Bayban the Bad. His is a name that will long live in infamy. For not all who resist the Federation fight for freedom, and Bayban willContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Bayban the Butcher”

AUDIO REVIEW: Army of Dreamers, by Poison Garden

Click here for more music-related content The 2nd full-length album from Poison Garden 40 minutes and 34 seconds Steampunk Rock Released on 21/04/2022 I don’t think there’s a literary genre that has taken to music quite so well as steampunk. Yes, there is a lot of crossover between epic fantasy and power metal,, but steampunk’sContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Army of Dreamers, by Poison Garden”

AUDIO REVIEW: Blake’s 7: Avalon, Volumes 1&2

Takes place during Series A Full cast, including Olivia Poulet, Sally Knyvette, Stephen Grief, and Colin Baker Approximately 3 hours each Volume 1 released May 2021 Volume 2 released June 2021 On Earth, revolutionary leader Roj Blake is about to be put on trial. But the resistance against the Federation is far larger than anyContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Blake’s 7: Avalon, Volumes 1&2”

AUDIO REVIEWS: Blake’s 7: Liberator Chronicles & Classic Adventures

Take place between Series 1&3 Full cast, including Gareth Thomas, Paul Darrow, Michael Keating, Sally Knyvette, Jan Chappell, Jacqueline Pearce, Stephen Grief, and Steven Pacey Approximately one hour in length A ragtag band of criminals hopping around space causing problems for a corrupt government, outrunning vicious military patrols with the help of a sarcastic andContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEWS: Blake’s 7: Liberator Chronicles & Classic Adventures”

AUDIO REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard: No Man’s Land

Takes place between Seasons 1&2 Full cast, including Michelle Hurd and Jeri Ryan 1 hour 39 minutes Released 22/02/2022 Raffi Musiker. Seven of Nine. Both women have messy histories when it comes to Starfleet, but both are determined to uphold the principles once embodied by that organisation. And as chaos spreads in the ruins ofContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Star Trek: Picard: No Man’s Land”

AUDO REVIEW: Muscle Bound for Glory, by Grailknights

For all my music reviews, click on this link. The 3rd full-length album from Grailknights Features collaborations with Feurschwanz and Angus McFife 49 minutes and 2 seconds Heavy metal with a sense of humour Released in 2022 One of the allegations often thrown at metal music is that it takes itself too seriously. I admit,Continue reading “AUDO REVIEW: Muscle Bound for Glory, by Grailknights”

BOUNDY AWARDS 2021

2021 is almost at an end, and it’s the third anniversary of At Boundary’s Edge, which can mean only one thing. That’s right, it’s time for the third annual Boundy Awards, in which I select the year’s best science fiction. Attentive readers will note that the awards for best interactive media and best non-fiction haveContinue reading “BOUNDY AWARDS 2021”