Wild Cards Series | Wild Card Books by George R.R. Martin & Others
US Release


Adapted by the talented Paul Cornell

On JUNE 15th the first edition of Marvels Wild Cards monthly comic officially hits the stands. From the beginning to the end in stunning detail this comic book universe finally gets a real comic!

Short Stories

Wild Cards Short Fiction

By Emma Watson

Kerry —a.k.a Stonemaiden— is a monster. Or at least… she thinks she is. Ever since she turned her parents into granite statues, she lives in constant fear of hurting other people.

Wild Cards Short Fiction
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Some Entertaining Bullshit about Echoes Echoes Echoes

by Bradley Denton

by Bradley Denton          The aphorism “I’ve suffered for my art – now it’s your turn,” when applied to science fiction writers, usually means that the writers have done so much research on the scientific or technical aspects of their stories … Continue reading "Some Entertaining Bullshit about Echoes Echoes Echoes"

Some Entertaining Bullshit about Echoes Echoes Echoes
Talking with Ti

Mary Anne Mohanraj

TI:  Hello Mary Anne! Thanks for taking the time to talk today. I want to jump right into WILD CARDS—specifically threesomes. *clutches pearls* You’ve said before that you knew immediately that your first story would center on the aforementioned. There … Continue reading "Mary Anne Mohanraj"

Mary Anne Mohanraj

John Jos. Miller (1954-2022)

One of the original WildCards he will be missed.

One hell of a Trip!

When strongest power doesn’t mean strongest mind by Matteo Barbagallo Part 1 With the beginning of 2023, many of us must have heard or seen somewhere that sentence concentrated in the words “new year, new me”. It’s a powerful statement, … Continue reading "One hell of a Trip!" Continue Reading

Xavier Desmond High

by Max Gladstone Situated near the border of Jokertown, on Forsyth St across from the Houston Street Playground, Xavier Desmond High offers the finest in well-meaning (and under-resourced) public education to the youth of Jokertown and New York City at … Continue reading "Xavier Desmond High" Continue Reading

Sometimes even monsters mean well: a meditation on the profitability of Takis-A

by Charles Stross “They were careless people, Tom and Daisy—they smashed up things and . . . then retreated back into their money . . . and let other people clean up the mess they had made.” — F. Scott … Continue reading "Sometimes even monsters mean well: a meditation on the profitability of Takis-A" Continue Reading