Based on the novel of the same name by Caleb Carr, this ten-episode Netflix original brings you the story of the early days of profiling and CSI as we now know it.
Like many other period pieces, The Alienist makes use of a combination of fictional and real people, including Theodore Roosevelt and J.P. Morgan.
The story itself is not something I will go into too much, as we have a longstanding tradition of spoiler-free reviews here at Never Was.
What I can say is that this is not just a period crime drama, nor just another crimi where they try to find a particularly atrocious serial killer, nor your typical SteamGoth show. Continue reading “The Alienist”
Night Fall, the final installment of several of Simon R. Green’s iconic series, but especially the Nightside and Secret Histories ones, is probably one of the most anticipated urban fantasy and neo-noir (or should that be neon-noir?) novels of 2018.
Lady Mechanika is a title to look forward to every year when Free Comic Book Day arrives and this year’s edition was no different.
Although in theory these free comics are only available for free on the first Saturday of May, the reality is that many, especially online, stores have stock of Free Comic Book Day issues left and will allow you to include them for free with an order. So it’s still possible to get your hands on a copy. Continue reading “Free Comic Book Day 2018: Lady Mechanika”
The Petri 7s is a 35 mm analog camera from the 1960s. I’m not sure how common it is in Europe at this point. I am far from an expert on how easy it is to find a certain camera as I seem to acquire mine mostly through circumstance, friends, family and sheer luck.
There wasn’t a lot of steampunk at this year’s Made in Asia, the tenth edition of Belgium’s annual Asiamania convention, however, we didn’t want to keep the little steampunk we did find from you. Here is a small gallery. Continue reading “Steampunk at Made in Asia”