Asimov already played with that concept, having people in his stories be suspicious of robot workers while behind the scenes supercomputers have already covertly taken the society over — and made it better for everybody. Read more
So what you’re saying is that instead of an enclosed device like this we should have a pair of robot arms prepare our drinks using the traditional bartending tools.
Funnily enough, Berserk manga also started back in the 80's.
There’s a good chance that the mob of prisoners tore them to pieces as they flooded through the area.
That hasn’t prevented Cain (or Caine?) himself from showing up repeatedly in various stories set in V:tM universe.
Might as well throw Lemuria in the mix, then.
Isn’t that from the 1979 version? Or did they use the same kind of framing in both?
The show’s written by the author of the Revolutionary Girl Utena light novels and has been peppered with references to that property, which ought to give hope. Personally, I’m assuming that the show will leave the queer relationship somewhat ambivalent and open-ended, as commonly happens in anime, but that the writer… Read more
All Quiet on the Western Film sounds like a document about Clint Eastwood’s career.
As it happens, finding new dragonriders out of the blue is an important plot point in the book, and probably in the second season of the show. As it happens, the Targaryens have more bastards than they can count lying around...
Near the end of the episode, Daemon descends into Dragonmont singing a song in what’s presumably High Valyrian, summoning a wild dragon from the dark that’s so big that it looks like it could be a match for Vhagar. Read more
You sure did. I still consider it a poor decision on the showrunners’ part.