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  • scifiseries
    25.10.2021 - 8 minutes ago

    Honestly think it looks like jar jar

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  • ghosta-r
    25.10.2021 - 25 minutes ago

    Starlight Brigade: the Series

    Episode 8: Flowers and Famine

    (2/7)

    #my art#starlight brigade #starlight brigade the series #slb #slb the series #fancomic#twrp#nsp#kotlt #knights of the light table #fanart#ghostar's fancomics#space fantasy#sci fi
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  • roswell-rp
    25.10.2021 - 25 minutes ago
    #semi plotless rp #town rp #sci fi rp #mature rp#appless rp
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  • lesbian-of-nine
    25.10.2021 - 38 minutes ago

    I think the ds9 finale was the one that fucked me up the most

    All Good Things? Had a warm ending and I was only sad that I finished the show

    Turnabout Intruder? Hated every fucking second of it

    Endgame? Badass and had a very happy ending

    What You Leave Behind? Damn heart wrenching and I legit cried and the whole flashback to diff characters bit

    #I’m so attached to this gay little sci fi franchise #star trek tng #star trek tos #star trek ds9 #star trek voy
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  • harley-quinns-riddler
    25.10.2021 - 39 minutes ago

    #BookReview Mack Maloney's Haunted Universe by Mack Maloney

    #BookReview Mack Maloney’s Haunted Universe by Mack Maloney

    Mack Maloney’s Haunted Universe is an incredible collection of stories about strange occurrences and conspiracies across the United States. If you’re looking for a unique, niche book that will give you lots of facts to share with the world, this book is for you. It’s a great collection that is amusing, insightful and truly intriguing. I love a book that can share something new, and this book…

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  • screenhub
    25.10.2021 - 56 minutes ago

    'Dune' Spoiler Review - ScreenHub Entertainment

    ‘Dune’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

    Frank Herbert’s Dune was considered by many purists, fans and critics over the years to be unadaptable thanks to its philosophical text and rich lore. But Denis Villeneuve has succeeded where David Lynch didn’t: he’s made a thoroughly enjoyable adaptation of the source material that really needs a conclusion. We have a spoiler-free review up already, so if you haven’t seen the movie, go check…

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  • drink-n-watch
    25.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Dai Dark - Manga First Impression

    Dai Dark – Manga First Impression

    I really like Q Hayashida. Admittedly I’ve only really seen/read two of her works but I clicked with both of them. I guess this is sort of a spoiler about what my first impression of Dai Dark was. I’m sorry, I’m probably going to make a whole bunch of comparisons to Dorohedoro. I can’t help it. If you have read or watched it on Netflix, this post may get a bit confusing. I’m still going to try to…

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  • ayhamjabr
    25.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Sailing Far.

    Surreal mixed media motion art by Ayham Jabr

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  • coutelier
    25.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Name: Jennifer Willow Airhart

    Nicknames/Aliases: Tech-Witch, Lighthouse Keeper

    Physical Description: 21 years old, 5ft 4inches, blue irises, blonde hair.

    Personality: Intelligent and creative, intensely curious, but isolated – she’s never comfortable around people she doesn’t know.

    Skills/Abilities: Engineering and science. Loves puzzles and mysteries.

    Quotes:

    Jennifer: “Well life is change; she changed, I’ve changed, even you change. Every second you’re acquiring new data to incorporate into your algorithms, so you’re never the same computer you were yesterday or even a moment ago.”

    Jennifer: “Oh – I’m a scientist. I always assume I know nothing. However, I have made observations of you and have a hypothesis that I am about to test.”

    Kaya: “Oh. So it’s like that old video game, Spore?”

    Jennifer: “It is a very complex, highly technical piece of machinery that must have taken the greatest minds years to put to… it’s like Spore.”

    Biography:

    Jennifer’s mother, Ada, was a historian and archaeologist. Her father, Jonathan, a scientist and geneticist who worked for Stag Corp and its parent company – Meridiem.

    They always encouraged Jennifer’s curiosity and creativity, although as she got older this would cause them much worry as she would spend more and more time outside of the house in search of fairies, Bigfoot, or whatever other cryptid she had read about that day. At home wasn’t much safer – when she was eight she made herself mechanical wings and had to be stopped before she could test them by jumping off the roof.

    At school Jennifer had few friends – most of the other children thought she was weird and a bit scary and sometimes bullied her because of it.  But one girl did stand up for her – Kaya Cade. The two became almost as close as sisters, with Kaya always assisting Jennifer in her explorations and experiments.

    But at the age of thirteen Jennifer’s life changed dramatically. It began with her parents being hired by Meridiem for some sort of expedition – an expedition from which they would never return. The company never divulged full details of what happened – only that they had disappeared. Jennifer – now in the care of her aunt and uncle – waited for days and then months then years for them to return, but they never have. Her aunt and uncle had a very different world view from, consulting psychics and mediums for clues, but all they ever offered was false leads and promises (and sometimes the claims they seriously made were completely outrageous – like they had been kidnapped by Icelandic slave traders…)

    At school Jennifer became increasingly withdrawn, even from Kaya who would ultimately seek out other company. Unfortunately Kaya chose her new friends poorly – Angela Greif seemed to have a very clear idea of who she was and that drew less certain people to her. But who she was, was a very nasty bully, and a frequent target of hers was Jennifer. Angela and Jennifer came to blows many times, but in a physical fight Jenn was simply no match for Angela’s cruelty. Indeed, Jenn’s repeated failures likely only encouraged Angela to pick on her more.

    When school ended, Jennifer didn’t pursue a higher education as many would have expected from her. She continued to live with her aunt and uncle for a short time. Her uncle then purchased a lighthouse – a monument built by Irongate University decades ago but had been all but forgotten. A student had also built in it a large computer – the HeUristic anaLysis and Learning machine – HULL. Restoring it to working condition became a project of Jennifer’s, and she soon moved into the lighthouse on her own, becoming its keeper.

    She would embark on many other projects, supporting herself with both her inheritance and by licensing some of her inventions and code to various companies. She might have lived out the rest of her days alone in the lighthouse, her dreams of exploring and unravelling all the world’s mysteries forgotten. But then she had an unexpected visit from an old friend…

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  • fandompariah
    25.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Was gonna save some money for a couple weeks....Instead I get to see the Vimes Boots Theory of economics in practice.

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  • thelatetothegameblog
    25.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Retro TV Review: Star Trek Enterprise Season Four: Episode Five: Cold Station 12

    Retro TV Review: Star Trek Enterprise Season Four: Episode Five: Cold Station 12

    With Soong on the run, Enterprise must stop him from using thousands of embryos to bring about a race of Augments.  Originally broadcast on November 5, 2004 this is Cold Station 12. The Episode: Captain’s Starlog date undetermined: Soong and the Augments head toward Cold Station 12 as enterprise attempts to determine where they are headed.  Arriving at Trialas IV, Archer finds one remaining…

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  • cluboftigerghost
    25.10.2021 - 2 hours ago

    Chris Moore cover art, 1985 https://ift.tt/3jyL8bH

    #IFTTT #70s Sci-Fi Art
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  • cyberpunk-soul
    25.10.2021 - 2 hours ago

    “ Downtown Patrol “

    Full credits go to the artist.

    ArtStation: https://www.artstation.com/redwoodjedi

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  • ingmar-albizu
    25.10.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Techno-Thrillers: Contemporary Speculative Fiction

    Techno-Thrillers: Contemporary Speculative Fiction

    Literature Faster than a Speeding Petaflop techno-thriller wallpaper from WallpaperAccess Techno-thrillers are a subgenre of speculative fiction where the plot revolves around advanced technology. Whether it is descriptions of software, computers, military weapons and vehicles, and other types of machinery. Wait? Does that sound a lot like science fiction and cyberpunk? No, do not call a…

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  • tdasko
    25.10.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Review #43: (Big one) Ranking Star Wars From Worst to Best.#07

    Review #43: (Big one) Ranking Star Wars From Worst to Best.#07: Rogue one is filled with great moments and even greater characters this would have been perfect but they killed everything for the sake of filling a plot hole.

    07 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Fast readers: filled with great moments and even greater characters this would have been perfect but they killed everything for the sake of filling a plot hole. After watching a lot of Star Wars in a row it begins to feel a tiny bit claustrophobic, but when I turned on Rogue One something strange happened, this film spends a hell of a lot of time jumping around…

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    #Ranking Star Wars #Review challenge#Sci-fi
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  • frosty-6
    25.10.2021 - 4 hours ago

    I've mentioned before that urban fantasy makes more sense as your normal pseudo-medieval fantasy setting hitting the industrial and eventually space and information ages, rather than just "earth, but Sauron arose during the Roman Empire but somehow history deviated so little everything developed the exact same way", like some particularly shitty works have done, but that got me thinking that sci-fi in general is weirdly shackled to being the future of our world and timeline. Alt-history is common, but it's incredibly rare for sci-fi to have a markedly different history in its backstory than real life (and even then, its deviation point is almost always within a few decades of present day) and all but unheard of to see a sci-fi setting that arose from a completely different world and culture than real life.

    You could have a pretty interesting setting if humanity arose from a tide-locked world where night and day are alien concepts they're surprised to find are the default, or where 19th-century-esque fascination with eugenics took off to the point that humans are tailored for planets rather than technologically protecting themselves from them, travelling in ships crewed by humans adapted to microgravity and hard vacuum, that sort of thing

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  • haaaaaaaaaaaave-you-met-ted
    25.10.2021 - 4 hours ago

    Children of Dune Cover Art by Bruce Pennington

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  • melanieroussel
    25.10.2021 - 5 hours ago

    5 Creepy facts you thought were fiction

    5# Creepy facts you thought were fiction #MondayBlogs #Horror #Halloween

    It’s the week of Halloween so bring on the creepy posts. In honour of this years All Hallows’ Eve, here are five creepy facts which are so prevalent in fantasy and horror that we’ve forgotten their real-world origins. (more…)

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