Blade Runner is one of the most revered science fiction classics of the 80s if not of all time. I had always had an interest in seeing it, but for whatever reason had never taken the opportunity to sit down and watch it. The recent release of the sequel Blade Runner 2049 only served to… Continue reading Short Takes: Blade Runner The Final Cut
The Nerds of Color, Black Heroes Matter, New Release Wednesday, and theblerdgurl, in association with André Robinson of Carbon-Fibre Media and Elijah Kelley of the Be A Boss App, are pleased to announce the opening of WICOMICON 2018, a one-day pop-up convention featuring comics creators, cosplayers, artists, music, and more! via Announcing the WICOMICON Pop-Up 2018… Continue reading WICOMICON pops up from the ashes of Universal Fan Con on 4/28
I always shunned to original Lost In Space as just some hokey sci-fi series from the 60s but the 90s film adaptation made me fall in love with the Space Family Robinson (and thus a love of the original series developed). The 90s version is one of the most under rated sci-fi films of the… Continue reading Lost in Space is a crown jewel in the Sci-Fi tv renaissance.
Many of us got a chance to see EA’s trailer from Star Wars Battlefront II which more than likely will release this year right around the time Episode VIII releases. As some of you may know, we didn’t go easy with EA’s last offering and we are hoping that this time around they make up for it.
In the video below, Aitch gives his 2 cents about what he hopes comes in the next one that will restore his faith in the franchise.
So what are your thoughts about the new Battlefront II game? What do you think should be included this time around?
Science fiction has often been used an allegory for the issues that face any given generation at any given time. The movies are usually just standalone snapshots in a time while TV series (if then have a significant run) are able to evolve and change over time to reflect the changing dynamics of the world… Continue reading Is Power Rangers The Doctor Who of Our Generation?