This diorama by Satoshi Araki proves the versatility of the Star Wars mythos. Welcome to the dark streets of Gotham City.
The adventurous Jedha City, painted by Andrée Wallin. Click on the picture for a much larger version.
Perhaps a Slavic Steampunk Jedi, by Polish illustrator Jakub Różalski (link >>> )
A cool lady has left us too early.
When a year approaches its end, it is tempting to summarize it in a few bullet points. So here are my significant SF/fantasy/RPG experiences in 2016, listed in chronological order.
- Collaboration of the year: Gustaf Gadd and I wrote Skymningshavets gåtor, a seafaring fantasy campaign book for Drakar och Demoner, during the spring.
- Boost of the year: I received the Swedish RPG Dragon Award at Gothcon in April.
- Book of the year: I read and re-read Agent of the Imperium, an complex and enjoyable science fiction novel in the Traveller universe by Marc Miller.
- RPG campaign of the year: We were Pinkerton agents investigating a murder in New Orleans in early 1870.
- Boardgame of the year: Terraforming Mars by Fryx Games — wow!
- Tragedy of the year: Evert Johansson, one of my old Traveller buddies, suddenly passed away in November at age 58.
- Movie of the year: Rogue One.
- TV-series of the year: Agent Carter S1 — yes, I know it is not new, but I did not have a chance to watch it until a few weeks ago.