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Ice Cream by Yohann Schepacz

Ice Cream by Yohann Schepacz

Earth is in the galactic boondocks, pigeonholed smack dab between the Sagittarius Arm and the Orion Spur way out on the Rim.  There’s no real good reason to go there.  It isn’t particularly known for producing anything of galactic significance except for …

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Robot in the Mist by Jakub Rozalski

Robot in the Mist by Jakub Rozalski

War only stops for two reasons.  A piss and a smoke . . . I don’t smoke, but I had to take a raging piss.  Ramirov stood watch under the lights of our mech, stretching his legs and exercising his …

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Babiru 02 by Nivanh Chanthara

Babiru 02 by Nivanh Chanthara

Vertical, horizontal, fucking diagonal . . . Xian didn’t care.  Turf was turf.  No one was going to muscle in on Yellow Cricket turf when Xian was on watch.  He hefted the Mark IV railgun to his shoulder and slowly …

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Walking on the Street by Darek Zabrocki

Walking on the Street by Darek Zabrocki

Her prey was close.  She’d been tracking her tag for almost twenty four sleepless hours and had finally brought him to ground, literally, in Street City.  This lowest part of Freehaven was a melange of old and new tech.  Spewing …

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Red Moon by Yongsub Noh

Red Moon by Yongsub Noh

  Master Siim stood on the monastery’s topmost balcony.  The snow white beard hid his arms that were folded patiently across his chest in reflection.  He cast the gaze of his ancient, foggy eyes on the initiate next to him. …

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A Tale of Momentum & Inertia

A Tale of Momentum & Inertia

This cute little short, A Tale of Momentum & Inertia, teaches us that unlooked for help should never go unappreciated.  On the negative side it says that we shouldn’t turn the other face when challenged with adversity.  Then again, it’s …

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Glaurung & Niënor by Vargasni

Glaurung & Niënor by Randy Vargas Gómez

“Hail, Niënor, daughter of Húrin.  We meet again ere we end.  I give you joy that you have found your brother at last.  And now you shall know him:  stabber in the dark, treacherous to foes, faithless to friends, and …

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Shiva by Thom Tenery

Shiva by Thom Tenery

The stream of indoctrination slaves never ends.  They arrive on Shiva from all corners of the galaxy, most of them human . . . for humans were the only galactic race to continue to embrace the antiquated tradition of religion. …

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Hounds by Jiwon Pang

Hounds by Jiwon Pang

Prisoners of war can be a tricky thing.  Sometimes you’ve got your docile, broken, ready to piss their pants types . . . if they wear pants.  Other times you’ve got your defiant, screw you, you can’t touch me, antiquated …

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Mars Station by Konstantin Mashkarin

Mars Station by Konstantin Mashkarin

Saito hesitated . . . then stopped.  He stood and stared at the barely visible entrance to the station.  Would they believe what he was about to tell them?  Would they accept as evidence the thing he was carrying in …

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Black Skull Recon Squad by Darek Zabrocki

Black Skull Recon Squad by Darek Zabrocki

  Some believe dead men tell no tales.  Others believe undead men take no prisoners.  The commanders of the Black Skull Recon Squad believe they’re having their cake and eating it too.   Concept art of the day:  Black Skull …

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