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Ferdinand

A mostly pleasant surprise in a year that has produced a lack of stellar animated outings.

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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The Thinking Molecules of Titan: Table of Contents

In honor of World UFO Day we are reprinting a Table of Contents featuring a series of alternate endings submitted by fans to complete Roger's unfinished sci-fi tale, "The Thinking Molecules of Titan." Click on each author's name to be directed to the full article. All illustrations are by Krishna Bala Shenoi. As I sat and re-read each submission, I was again impressed by the work they put into writing the endings, and I hope that somehow, somewhere, Roger, in his vast infinity of bliss, will connect with them as well.  

Vivienne Béla

Andreas Belgun

Gary Bowers

Tallman Boyd

Jeffrey Burton

Ellen Chen

Dylan Dougherty

Diane Friedman

Jeremy Gable

Ariel Gonzalez

Brett Grayson

Kimberly Ikemori

Matt Kolakowski

Davin K. Kubota

Paul Marasa

Guy McLimore

Jackie Meyers

Caden Murdoch

Rick Norwood

Dawn Oshiro

Sid P

Josh Pierce

Martin Pitt-Bradley

Jason Pulley

Mike Renn

Greg Salvatore

Berk Torun

Christopher Williams

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