Tag Archives: Leonard Nimoy

The Art of Morality

Recently I’ve been re-watching my least favorite Star Trek show, Voyager. In part because it’s the last of the series’ that I haven’t watched again and in part I’m a glutton for punishment. I’ve realized what it is about the … Continue reading

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Comic-Con Previews

I wrote a while ago about not watching TV or movie previews. Generally I don’t.  Not because they’re not interesting, but often because I have other things I’d rather watch. Or that I don’t want to get overly excited (or … Continue reading

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The Decline and Fall of Space Science Fiction

The 2000’s have been dominated by superhero action films and, recently, TV shows. Ever since the first X-Men film with Hugh Jackman was released, superheroes have been more popular than ever. Yes, there have been superhero movies and TV shows based … Continue reading

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Scotty, Beam Him Up

Growing up I was a Star Wars fan. If you were a kid in the late-80s/early-90s and liked sci-fi/fantasy, you were either a Star Wars adherent or a Star Trek fan; there was none of this modern nerdy ‘coexist’ stuff. … Continue reading

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