Issue 25

  • Age of Sigmar
  • Alyx: An AI’s Guide to Love and Murder
  • Black Void
  • Chivalry & Sorcery
  • Dark Alliance
  • Fading Suns
  • Ginny Di
  • Loki
  • Marvel Cinematic Universe
  • Rangers of Shadow Deep
  • the Harm Tree
  • Wildermyth’s Nate Austin

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Interview: Michael Butterworth

From the Parallel Worlds archives. Michael Butterworth is a science fiction and fantasy writer and publisher based in Manchester. He was a key contributor to New Worlds magazine, author of the Hawklords and several Space 1999 novels, cofounder of Savoy Books, and publisher and editor of Corridor, Wordworks and later…
Jean-Paul Garnier
October 12, 2021
TV and Film

The strange, beautiful worlds of Studio Ghibli

Studio Ghibli feels as much a part of my childhood as the likes of Disney and Pixar. The many worlds they have created over the years have stuck with me throughout my adult life, and I often think back on them with child-like glee. They share the same otherworldly magic.…
Sam Long
October 6, 2021

Interview: Bill Bridges

Bill Bridges is one of the big names in tabletop gaming. He’s known for his work with White Wolf on Werewolf: The Apocalypse and Mage: The Ascension, not to mention other contributions to the World of Darkness. He’s also worked with Viacom on the computer game Dracula Unleashed and Interplay…
Parallel Worlds
August 30, 2021

Review: A Hole in the Sky

Young Adult (YA) fiction frequently takes place in dystopian worlds. A Hole in the Sky takes that one stage further: the population of the generational colony ship, Daedalus, don’t realise how dystopian their world truly is, and it is this journey of realisation and the mystery of how their culture…
Chris Cunliffe
March 30, 2021

Review: Auxiliary: London 2039

The ideas of cyberpunk have been around as far back as the 1960s when the ‘new wave’ science fiction scene gained momentum. Luminaries such as Harlen Ellison, Philip K Dick, John Brunner and Roger Zelazny began experimenting with the genre in efforts to break away from its pulp traditions. It…
Ant Jones
March 9, 2021

Review: Garbage In, Gospel Out

In 1948, George Orwell horrified the English-speaking world with his dystopian novel, 1984. The book codified the dystopian genre, depicting a future human race that had been totally subjugated and had no chance of liberation. Since then, dystopian fiction has become more and more popular. In Garbage In, Gospel Out,…
Ben Potts
March 2, 2021

Review: The Crowman

The Crowman is the first in a planned series of nine novellas known collectively as ‘The Chronicles of the Fallen’. It begins following Cheveyo Santiago, a man who can sense the presence of evil following a childhood scrape with death. He is drawn to the undead like a moth to…
Ant Jones
November 1, 2020


Sun-kissed heaps of earth made up the desolate landscape. Wisps of topsoil blew about at the mercy of the wind. With every step the traveler took, the ground made a slight crunching sound. It was the only attribute of this world that penetrated the silence. There were other brownish objects…
John Tuttle
October 30, 2020

Review: Strange Ways by Gray Williams

Often, fantastical worlds are used as allegories to discuss real-world issues, from behind a shield of magic or sci-fi flavour. The book Flatland comes to mind; in a society of two-dimensional shapes, a fellow named A. Square (a hilarious pun on the author’s initials) meets a circle that… changes size!…
Ben Potts
October 28, 2020
Tabletop Games

Gamesmasterclass: they know more than me

One of the things I always dread most about acting as gamesmaster is encountering the player (or players) that know more about a subject than I do. It’s almost universal that each player will know more than me about something, so it’s, sadly, a dread I have to face frequently.…
Chris Cunliffe
October 26, 2020

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