Another year brings us a slew of DC animated films that skip theatres to end up on digital platforms and the ever-fading home video format.
Coming out of nowhere to the awe of cinephiles all over the Arab world, Alephia 2053 is the first animated feature film in Arabic made exclusively for adults.
From community and stewardship of the natural environment, to radical acceptance, hope, and the central theme of solutions to climate change and environmental damage, Fraggle Rock is without a doubt the most solarpunk show we currently have on television. Whether you’re a young kid or an environmental and socially conscious adult, this show will bring a big smile to your face.
Roberts debut novel kept me glued to the pages—a smart, well-crafted, and action-packed military science fiction story that deals with the horrors of war through a trauma-informed lens.
The poems aren’t in any way science fiction or speculative. But Mr. Madrigal, whether he knows it or not, is solarpunk AF with his nourishing of people to build up their communities and better their worlds.
The Matrix Resurrections creates what is—at least in my estimation—a decidedly lunarpunk world and brings the budding aesthetic and subgenre to the big screen, if not for the first time, then at least in the most high profile example to date.
A film about how hilariously absurd our collective mass climate denial has become.
Edited by Rhonda Parrish, this third installment of her “Punked Up Fairy Tales” series more than lived up to my hopes and expectations, and left me craving more cyberpunk stories.
The Solarpunk Futures card game let’s players solve problems and build utopias together through collaborative and cooperative storytelling.
The closer we run out the clock on the changes we need to make to avoid catastrophic climate change and a total collapse of ecosystems, the greater our climate anxiety spikes, paralyzing us into not taking action. You could call it a death spiral. If we let it occur, that is. Here then perhaps is the book to kick us in the kiester with enough positive thinking to get us moving.