I hope that some sort of failure isn’t the set-up for Picard. One, it’s a bit of a cliche. How many sequels were set up after the hero retired following a major failure? That premise feels below the talent at work in this series. Two, I’m not sure if an event like that would send Picard into early retirement anyways.…
Maybe they’re COMmunity badges rather than COMmunication badges?
the Discovery crew uniform signifies rank on the combadge
Great news: No spoilers in the article for any of the series mentioned!
It’s good to see you, Charlie.
Always nice to see High King Margot The Destroyer getting the praise she deserves.
Catra is objectively the best character on She-Ra. She has such a great arc, and I’m legitimately curious to see how her relationship with Adora develops. Those two have a lot to unpack.
Yay! New article from CJA!
In fairness, although I love Grant Morrison, much of his output is, well.. a bit shit as well.
I never would have Gethed that...
Garrus and I are in love. Well, me and Garrus and Liara and Kaidan. It’s a whole big group thing.
I remember being indifferent to the secondary cast through most of ME1. They were just there. Especially Garrus whom I just disliked. But when I got Garrus back in ME2 it was great, after having a crew of unfamiliar faces. And by the end of ME3 Garrus, Tali, and others felt like real friends.
I’m replaying ME3 right now and Legion just... you know... and my heart is full of feelings.
Lost in Space is in the Mass Effect universe. The Robinson family was the first to use the mass relay, but were not fully capable of controlling it. The robot is a rogue, early version of a Geth.
I would love to see a well-made adaptation of this series, but the logic of this rumored deal seems a little bit opaque to me. They are talking about purchasing this series of novels for a quarter of what Star Wars cost Disney. By the standards of book rights, that is astronomical.
it launched in 210 BC. you gotta keep playing until it gets there (which it did in 90 AD).
Uh, no, I grew up in the ‘80s (graduated high school in 1990), and I was, if not a nerd — back then, that word was associated with doing well in math and science, not knowing the names of Hugo winners — definitely a dork. Not a geek, though — back then, that was reserved for the paste-eaters and the…