Causes of death include but are not limited to: pushed down a cliff, suffocated, vaporized by weapons, killed by various aliens, poisoned by exotic plant thorns, struck by lightning, stepped on an exploding rock, beaten by sticks, loss of erythrocytes, turned into a cuboctehedron and then crushed, beamed into open space, and rapid cellular decay.
I’ve been slowly, cautiously getting into Defiance. At first blush, it comes across as a hodgepodge of other shows and concepts:
But there’s something that works about it for me, despite the above and the fact that most of the aliens are basically white humans with prosthetic makeup (Star Trek). So, I’m sticking with it…for now.
Other thoughts or opinions?
It was 10 years ago today that the series finale of Buffy the Vampire Slayer aired (Season 7, Episode 22 “Chosen”).
Sending a Sunday-kind-of-love shout-out to some of the blogs I follow:
fuck yeah, science fiction!
So, what are your thoughts on fractals?
REMEMBER WHAT THE DOORMOUSE SAID
CRUISE OR BE CRUISED
Hand Chop! Drop Kick! Batarang!
Hailing Frequencies Open
QUEERING THE GAME OF LIFE
THE K IS SILENT
“Unfortunately I didn’t have enough people to make the manga or the anime storyline come to life,” he adds. “I wanted 36 people to do the video game version and I was only able to get 23, so there was alot of mixing and matching of genders between people. And after all was says and done, I just couldn’t get any more guys.”
Magnus, Robot Fighter #7, August 1964. “The Power of the One Thousand” Cover art by Russ Manning. Insanity is spreading through the robots and throwing the city into chaos. All part of Xyrkol’s evil plan… Added to that are the gophs, “petty criminals and anti-socials … gopher-like people who never leave the lowest levels except to cause trouble.” Do they wear all black?