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Dedicated to the exploration of Science, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Gaming, Movies (discussions & viewing), Comic Books, Anime, Manga, Suspense/Mystery/Thrillers, Creative Writing, guest speakers, special activity outings and all things genre. The Science Fiction Society of Northern NJ (SFSNNJ) sponsors discussion groups, book groups, a movie viewing group & movie discussion group, a comic book/anime/manga group, hosts guest speakers & special activity events (i.e. Meet & Greet Dinners) and gaming events. Join our online forum on Yahoo or join us at one of the many local area bookstores, libraries, museums/historical sites, and other private locations for many great events.

Each month we explore a different theme, and each of our moderators work hard to select the best works that will entertain and challenge attendees. The different meetings offered are:

* That's Science Fiction! presents movie classics, new releases, animated films, B&W films and some surprises.
* Face the Fiction spotlights various guests from Charlaine Harris to local authors, as well as special events/outings (Meet & Greet at restaurants, Gaming Day)
* Suspense Central discusses mysteries, suspense, thrillers from classic to current.
* Drawing A Crowd explores the comic book universe Golden Age to today.
* Modern Masters discusses the works of today's literary masters, as well as some classics authors.
* Films to Come tackles the world of cinema and all things entertainment - movies, TV and media tie-ins.
* Heroes and Rogues is our monthly gaming event.

Imagination lives at the SFSNNJ, and we welcome one and all to join us for one of the most social Genre clubs in the region!

No membership or meeting fees, no obligations or demands, our events are always free & always fun.

Upcoming events (4+)

Drawing A Crowd: The Devil Made Me Do It! - online

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This group meets on the second Wednesday of each month to discuss all things related to comic books, anime, and manga. Whether its Golden Age, Silver Age, Manga, or Anime, this group tackles the ins and outs of art, story, and the graphic media. Join our moderators as they explore the comic book universe.

This month the Devil Made Us Do It! The devil in the comic book universe. From Lucifer to Hades to demons and all of the underworld.

Suspense Central: Capturing the Devil by Kerri Maniscalco

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This month's book selection is Capturing the Devil by Kerri Maniscalco. This is book four, and final book, of the series:

In this shocking finale to the bestselling series that began with Stalking Jack the Ripper, Audrey Rose and Thomas are on the hunt for the depraved, elusive killer known as the White City Devil.

A deadly game of cat-and-mouse has them fighting to stay one step ahead of the brilliant serial killer -- or see their fateful romance cut short by unspeakable tragedy

Films to Come Movie Discussion Group - online

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Please note the new location for this meetup group!

Films to Come: 4 Star Movie Discussion Group
This group discusses the world of cinema and entertainment. Classic, current and upcoming genre and genre-related films, TV, books and media happenings are discussed. If it deals with entertainment, our Master of Entertainment Moderator will cover it.

This discussion group, led by a moderator, covers all aspects of entertainment: classic movies, current movies, TV, plays, animation and more.

Drawing A Crowd: Terror! Terror! Terror! What's Most Terrifying to You? - online

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This group meets on the second Wednesday of each month to discuss all things related to comic books, anime, and manga. Whether its Golden Age, Silver Age, Manga, or Anime, this group tackles the ins and outs of art, story, and the graphic media. Join our moderators as they explore the comic book universe.

This month's theme is Terror! Terror! Terror! What's Most Terrifying to You? For some it's the dark...the unknown. For others it might be bugs or creepy crawlies. What's your hide under the covers trigger?

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Suspense Central: Title Round-Up!

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