Steampunk is the worst.
L. Rhodes spills the beans on the next Unwinnable periodical and Stu Horvath introduces the stories in the latest issue of the Weekly.
L. Rhodes chides the scientists who chide science fiction authors for not being scientific enough.
In which Stu Horvath calls out Boba Fett for the chump that he is.
In this Unwinnable Weekly reprint, Stu Horvath talks to Stoker Award-winning horror author Laird Barron about his life and work.
The scene takes place in a dimly lit chamber whose narrow stained glass windows cast a feeble light on the body of a dead boy: the former King Joffrey. But the scene’s first shot is not of Joffrey. It’s of Cersei and Tommen, Joffrey’s mother and younger brother. Cersei Lannister stands in the exact center of the shot, but it’s Tommen the camera favors, putting him in focus while a blurry Cersei stands in the background. Within seconds, Tywin Lannister, Cersei’s father and Tommen and Joffrey’s grandfather, appears. The camera switches to an angle behind him as he enters, his