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Mania Holiday Gift Guide 2014 - Part 1 by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(December 15, 2014)


Mania Thanksgiving Survival Guide by Chuck Francisco, Columist and Critic
(November 25, 2014)


The Geek Life: Ender’s Game by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(February 19, 2014)


The Geek Life: Star Wars Expanded Universe by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Critic
(January 13, 2014)


Mania Terrors: Halloween 35th Anniversary & Curse of Chucky Blu-ray Reviews by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(November 11, 2013)
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to start in Seal Team 666. Dwayne Johnson is set to headline MGM's upcoming adaptation of Weston Ochse's tale of the military versus the supernatural, SEAL Team 666. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Evan Spiliotopoulo

From the Vault: Classic Monster Magazines Part 2! by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(March 24, 2013)
This week in From the Vault we begin a look at the great monster magazines of the 1960s and 1970s. If you grew up in the era of the late 1950s to the early 1980s chances are you COULD be a “Monster Kid”. So what’s a Monster Kid? Well if I can stea

Tuesday Terrors: The Sinister Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(March 19, 2013)
Welcome back to Tuesday Terrors your regular Mania fix of all things horror!

From the Vault: Classic Monster Magazines! by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(March 17, 2013)
This week in From the Vault we begin a look at the great monster magazines of the 1960s and 1970s. If you grew up in the era of the late 1950s to the early 1980s chances are you COULD be a “Monster Kid”. So what’s a Monster Kid? Well if I can stea

Top 5 Conan Stories for King Conan by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(November 02, 2012)
When it was announced recently that Arnold Schwarzeneggar would be returning to play Conan the Barbarian, the role that made him a star thirty years ago, it was met with a fair amount of derision and outrage from film fans.  “He’s too old to play Cona

Shock-O-Rama: A Legendary Pedigree by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(August 25, 2012)
We live in a world of lists. "Top ten" or "best of" whatever, as humans we instinctually expend effort in quantifying the chaotic world around us. We've been doing it for our whole existence, in various forms. So the natural evolution of this should not ca

Tuesday Terrors: Walking Dead: The Magazine coming in October by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(July 03, 2012)
Time again for another Tuesday Terrors and I have my own horror story to share. Finally got my Toshiba laptop back after it crashed just 40 days after buying it.

Legend Ray Bradbury Passes by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(June 06, 2012)
Ray Bradbury, the science fiction-fantasy master who transformed his childhood dreams and Cold War fears into telepathic Martians, lovesick sea monsters, and, in uncanny detail, the high-tech, book-burning future of Fahrenheit 451, has died. He was 91.

In Search of the Real Men in Black by Nick Redfern, Columnist and Monster Hunter
(May 23, 2012)
Men in Black 3 is finally among us, and the exploits of those black-garbed secret agents of an equally secret agency - whose job it is to hide the truth about an alien presence on our world - are set to entertain cinema-goers just about here, there and eve

Lair of the Beasts: British Mermaids by Nick Redfern, Columnist and Author
(April 21, 2012)
While the controversial notion that the United Kingdom might actually be the home of living, breathing, flesh and blood mermaids will inevitably, and quite justifiably, be greeted by many with the rolling of eyes and loud hoots of derision, it is an undeni

From the Vault: Classic Monster Magazines! by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 07, 2012)
This week in From the Vault we take one more look at classic monster magazines as we spotlight some of the oldest and rarest magazines ever produced. These are all highly collectible so should you ever find one, definitely snatch it up quickly.

Resurrection by Arwen Elys Dayton by Arwen Elys Dayton, Author
(February 16, 2012)
Arwen Elys Dayton's Sci-Fi novel Resurrection was released in January and since them has spent weeks at #1 on Amazon's Sci—Fi lists in both the US and the UK. Here the author talks about her research trip to Egypt and how real life and the novel's plot b

Tuesday Terrors! by Tim Janson, Critic
(January 03, 2012)
Welcome to the first 2012 installment of Tuesday Terrors. First I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year…and hopefully it’s not our LAST new year what with all the Mayan calendar paranoia. This week’s Tuesday Terrors features several new reviews and

Lair of the Beasts: The Ape-Man of Sumatra by Nick Redfern, Monster Expert
(November 19, 2011)
Just published by Britain’s CFZ Press is a brand new book from Richard Freeman, of the Center for Fortean Zoology, one of the very few full time groups in the world dedicated to uncovering the truth behind Bigfoot, the Yeti, sea-serpents, the Chupacabra,

Harry Potter: Book Vs. Film, Part I by Alexandria Kaplan, Author
(November 17, 2010)
Harry Potter is a literary masterpiece; with prose that is simple and easy to read, and descriptions that fill your mind with elaborate sensory experiences. There are few books I can recommend as highly as the J.K Rowling novels (start from the beginning).

Who are The Greatest Comic Writers of All-Time? by Tim Janson, Contributing Writer
(May 09, 2009)
Mania.com contributor Tim Janson wants to name the top 20 greatest comic writers of all time, but he needs your help!

The Top 20 Greatest Fantasy Writers of All-Time by Tim Janson, Columnist
(April 10, 2009)
Well after laboring on the Greatest Sci-Fi and Horror writers, I’ve finally turned my attention to my favorite genre, Fantasy! This was the most difficult list of all to do because fantasy’s lineage is so long and there are so many different sub-genre

The Top 20 Greatest Horror Writers of All-time by Tim Janson, Columnist
(February 20, 2009)
With Sci-Fi, you have a starting point that most people can agree on, namely the publication of Amazing Stories in 1926, the first magazine devoted to science fiction. On the other hand, horror’s legacy is far older. One can trace the telling of ghost

Top 15 Greatest Science Fiction Writers of All-Time by Tim Janson, Columnist
(January 30, 2009)
One of the things that makes science fiction so popular is that it means many things to many people. Some people will insist that they are not even reading science fiction when they read a Star Wars novel or a novel dealing with alternate history. That i

The Manic Maniac: Crichton's Legacy by Joe Crosby, Columnist
(November 07, 2008)


Lord of the Rings Animated Legolas Maquette by News Editor
(May 31, 2007)