Welcome to the Week in Links, a roundup of the latest articles for fantasy, sci-fi and horror readers and writers.

Comic-Con is in town and I’m not there. *Sigh*. I needed to save my money because I’m doing something else this month. Lots of talk about trailers and cosplay from NYCC. We’ll probably have way more news next week since Comic-Con isn’t over until Sunday.

Pokemon Sword and Shield did a 24-hour live stream that apparently had long stretches of time where nothing happened. Which, inspired people to take to Twitter to share some hilarious memes. I didn’t pop in on the live stream but I enjoyed the memes.

Apparently, a new Grunge movie is coming out and I’m all for that!

Fantasy/Sci-Fi

Gemini Man Review
Gemini Man is a reason to go to an actual movie theater
Using Magic as a Way to Democratize Force? Talking Magic x Mayhem at NYCC 2019
Dark Horse and Netflix Announce New STRANGER THINGS Comic
THE WALKING DEAD Spin-Off Releases New Teaser Photos
“Who Is Rey?” Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Writer On Answering This Question And More
Netflix’s adaptation of YA fantasy series Shadow and Bone finds its leads
The Mary Sue Book Club October Edition: Season of the Witch
HUNGER GAMES Prequel Novel Gets a Title and Cover

Horror

Are You Afraid of the Dark Returns with a Creepy New Clip!

Nerdy

New York Comic Con 2019 Cosplay: Marvel, Game of Thrones and Nintendo-Inspired Outfits
Take A Look At The New Birds Of Prey Costumes At NYCC
The best memes from the 24-hour Pokémon Sword and Shield livestream
New Pokémon revealed in 24-hour Sword and Shield stream appears to be a Galarian Ponyta
Wendy’s Made a Tabletop RPG Where You Kill Ronald McDonald
Ryan Reynolds and Taika Waititi Refuse to Admit They Took Part of Green Lantern [Video]
This fall anime season is full of superheroes, fantasy, and furries
Your Fall 2019 Anime Guide [Updated]
Crunchyroll adds dub premieres and simulcasts to fall lineup
Birds of Prey trailer is all about Harley Quinn
Birds Of Prey: Everything We Know About Harley Quinn’s Return To the DC Universe
Michael B. Jordan and Coach Drop ‘Naruto’-Inspired Clothing Line


1 Comment

William Kendall · October 6, 2019 at 9:04 pm

I've been to the local comic con here, but New York surpasses that by far.

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