Overall, while “Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time” gets off to a slow start, it ultimately delivers the humor, spectacular visuals, variety of weapons and gadgets, and lively action that fans of this series have come to expect.
- Single Origin
by A.Z. Louise
- The Woman With No Face
by Alice Goldfuss (available on 4/13)
- So. Fucking. Metal.
by Shane Halbach (available on 4/20)
- Appeal to the Doppelgänger
by Terese Mason Pierre (available on 4/20)
- The Knitting Bowl
by Tristan Beiter (available on 4/23)
- How I Became MegaPunch, Or, Why I Stayed with Dylan
by Y.M. Pang (available on 4/27)
- Editorial, April 2021
by Christie Yant and Arley Sorg
- The Fiction of Peace, the Fantasy of War
by C.L. Clark (available on 4/27)
This issue's cover art by MoVille/Adobe Stock Image.