The Fantastic Four meet The Uncannies! Join us for the premiere of the latest Marvel movie starring Miles Teller, Kate Mara and others when they discover that travelling to other dimensions is not as harmless as it sounds. We’ll go see the movie on August 15th, 2015 at around 8pm. Find all the details here. Please RSVP on our Facebook page or in an E-Mail!
The other night, Marvel’s latest movie opened. The first after Avengers: Age of Ultron and it deals with the publisher’s smallest hero: Ant-Man. Can this hero who is relatively obscure hold his water against the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?
DC Comics has been playing it safe lately. This time seems to be over. Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman all have had radical changes. And there’s one book flying under the radar that is satire at its finest. That book is Prez.
Today, the first issue of the new ongoing comic bookseries starring Victor Stone alias Cyborg hits shelves. As far as first issues go, there’s much left to be desired.
Margo Roth Spiegelman is the enigma at the center of the novel Paper Towns that is now a major motion picture. Everyone seems to see her in a different way. Time to figure out who she really is according to author John Green. Character analysis is easier if we apply…
I finished Paper Towns by John Green a good twelve hours after I’d started reading it late one night. I was still deeply immersed in the story. Margo had just utterly shattered the image I’d built up of her over the course of a night of reading, and I was devastated.…
I’m going to have to start this review with a confession. I picked up Paper Towns by John Green close to midnight one evening because I couldn’t fall asleep, and I was convinced this would put me to sleep faster than any other books available. I have seldom been so…
On July 30th, the latest movie based on a book by John Green hits Swiss cinemas. But you can go see the movie early, because Twentieth Century Fox and the Uncanny Book-Club have teamed up and organised an exclusive fan screening. All you need to do to get in, apart…
To many people, their fandom is something very close to their heart. They stay with their favourite intellectual property for years and somehow grew up with it. But what is it like to get into a fandom that has been around for ages. Let’s find out!
Digital Publishing is the bane of existence in the world of bookshops. However, they do have one distinct advantage. They’re opening up the world of publishing to anyone. And with that, seemingly lost genres resurface. Among them: Pulp Fiction.
This week, something amazing happened. John McCrea and Garth Ennis returned to their classic comic book Hitman and brought us All-Star Section 8. It’s hands down the best super hero comic ever.
Everything these days is Orwellian. Government surveillance, the stuff on TV, the fact that basically all the apps on your iPhone or Android device aim to track you. These things are rarely actually Orwellian. Memory of Water by Emmi Itäranta, however, is.
This week, DC Comics‘ latest crossover event concluded with the release of Convergence #8 and the last of 40 tie-in series. We’ve read them all and here’s the order in which you should read them to avoid being spoiled by DC Comics.
On the third and final day of Fantasy Basel, it’s time to talk about cosplay. Two Uncannies, have built their own costumes and they share their experience, from awesome to awkward.