Guest Editors - Amanda Wakaruk & Olav Rokne
Conversation with Kim Stanley Robinson by Olav Rokne
The Roadmap to Drought by Victoria Paterson
The Lies They Will Tell You by Camestros Felapton
The Loaner by A. L. Yakimchuk
Where The World May Wind Up by Juan Sanmiguel
Songs of a Disposable Earth by Jason Sanford
Disco and the Rising Tide of Cli-Fi Paul Weimer
Ponderings by Victoria Carter
Parasites in Peril by Collin Horn
Massive Moment for Cli-Fi by James Bacon
Apocalyptic Radio by Nicolas Pallaris
Choosing Van Gogh by Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki
Things Fall Apart, It’s Scientific by Chris Garcia
Is Geoengineering by The New Denial? by Stephen Griffith & Marshall Boyd
Dwelling in the Anthropocene by Cora Buhlert
Blowing Up The Ministry For The Future by Gautam Bhatia
Issue 67 - Anthropocene Ruminations
Journey Planet 50 - The Battle Fanzine.
Forty-five years ago the war comic Battle Picture Weekly crashed down into the British comics scene with such an impact that the aftershocks are still being felt today.
Now, in a special double-sized issue, the award-winning fanzine Journey Planet takes a look back at this fan-favourite -- and sometimes controversial -- comic, and presents all-new in-depth interviews and features with some of its top artists, writers and editors, as well as never-before-published artwork!
Join Pat Mills, Carlos Ezquerra, Cam Kennedy, John Wagner, Alan Hebden, Mike Dorey and more -- as well as a host of today's comics creators including Maura McHugh and Garth Ennis -- as they discuss the impact and legacy of Battle and its stories, from the sublime Charley's War to the subversive Hellman of Hammer Force.
With special features on the hugely influential creators Joe Colquhoun and Mike Western, this issue of Journey Planet is a must for every Battle fan!
Editors Vince Docherty and Mark Meenan join Chris and James in looking at the history of science fiction cons in Glasgow from the beginning in 1978 to what's coming up in 2018! We feature words from James White, James Bacon, Mark Meenan, Vince Docherty, Cuddles, Jonathan Cowie, Jim Campbell, and more!
Cover composed by Vince Docherty featuring Bill Burns’ button and badge collection pieces from eFanzines.com
Team Journey Planet
An ever-evolving team of Co-Editors from around the world who work on the themed issues.