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Tag Archives: science fiction
Disney’s next animated feature draws inspiration from a Marvel comic book — “Big Hero 6.” Set in a futuristic San Fransokyo, the movie features a robotic prodigy named Hiro Hamada and his companion robot named Baymax. We did get to … Continue reading
With the Academy Awards in the books, I bet you thought awards season was over. But you’d be wrong. The 40th annual Saturn Awards nominations have just been released, and several Disney Pixar, and Marvel projects have received nods. The … Continue reading
A murder at a science fiction convention. Anyone not expecting a Firefly reference or two? I certainly was, yet they still made me laugh. The fictional show that our murder revolves around is Nebula 9. This cheesy show only lasted … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Please welcome Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley who will be reviewing ABC’s thrilling new drama The River. The River is a found-footage style genre mashup of science fiction, horror, drama and suspense, and its first hour is just as … Continue reading