Sunday, June 26, 2011

Sunday Movie, Fantasy eZines, Audio Fiction, and Gaming Freebies

Today there are two cool eZines for your reading pleasure, some good audio fiction, useful gaming items, including two new gaming 'zines. And Lt. Bob has another episode of "MOOOOOOOVIIIIIIIEEEE" or "It Came from the Internet Archive!!!"

Prisoners Of The Lost Universe (1983). Sci-Fi.
"A scientist, a reporter and a repairman are accidentally transported to a prehistoric world in a parallel universe when they fall into the beam of the experiment during an earthquake aftershock."

Or download it from the Internet Archive.

Now Posted: New Myths Issue 15. Speculative Fiction
Includes speculative fiction, flash, and poetry by Russ Colson, Swapna Kishore, Darren Latta, Tony Peak, Mel Obedoza, and T.C. Powell.

Now Posted: Sorcerous Signals May - Jul '11 Issue. Fantasy.
Featuring fantasy fiction and poetry by Gabrielle Bryden, Alva J Roberts, Richard H Fay, K S Dearsley, Aspen deLainey, Sylvia Hiven, Kathryn Sullivan, Edward W. Robertson, and Ray Yanek.

@LibriVox: "Operation: Outer Space" by Murray Leinster, read by Mark Nelson. 6 and 3/4 hours. Science Fiction.
"Jed Cochrane is about to take off on man's first interstellar voyage. His mission: Make sure it's good television! "

@Craphound: "Knights of the Rainbow Table" by Cory Doctorow, complete in seven parts. Part One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, and Seven.
"a story commissioned by Intel's Chief Futurist, Brian David Johnson. Brian oversees Intel's Tomorrow project, which uses science fiction to spark conversations about product design and use among Intel's engineers, and he was kind enough to invite me to write a story of my choosing for the project."

Serial Audio
@Beam Me Up: Episode #267 "Luna Voices: on the Solar Winds. Part 2 of 2" by Nick Wood, read by Paul Cole.
"In part 2, a painful and gruesome death awaits. He is already seeing things . . . because what he does see can not possibly be there under ANY circumstances! Let alone the the raw radiation environment of the airless moon!"

@DriveThruRPG: Savage Insider #1
Very nice looking inside. "Welcome to the inaugural issue of Savage Insider - a new electronic magazine dedicated to Savage Worlds. This first issue is filled with new Savage Worlds content, fiction, licensee information, and an introduction to several Savage Worlds licensees."

@DriveThruRPG: Tattlebox #1
A small, nice looking new Pathfinder/3.5E eZine with "Falling Leaves: a comic of fey proportions, Let's Split the Party!: an essay on why you should split the party 14 new weapons, 6 new weapon special features, a new artifact, and more"

@RPG Creatures: [Monster] "Gendrohka" for most Fantasy RPG.
"As the mystics and wizards of the old desert cultures invoked the powers of rain and water, something vile and hideous stumbled out of the sea in answer to their rituals. A strange species, made by the deities of the ocean, sat foot upon the dry lands, and brought a new kind of magic with them."

@The Land of NOD: [Villain] "Meat" for Mystery Men.
@Ancient Vaults & Eldritch Secrets: [Magic Item] "Shell of Calming"
@Ancient Vaults & Eldritch Secrets: [Spells] "Borrow from Plane,""Conjure Herald," and "Weaponshield"
@A Field Guide to Doomsday: [Monsters] "Thotter" "Briarbear"and "Narl" for Mutant Future.
@WotC: [Monster Update] "Wights and Ghosts" 4E.
@WotC: [Cartoons] Misfit Monsters #1 and Epic Campaign #6.

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