Stuck in Repetition – Review of “Reminiscence”

Movie Poster for "Reminiscence". Source If you enjoy this review, consider clicking the Buy Me A Coffee link to the right. Supporters and Members get early access to posts like this, as well as exclusives only available through Buy Me A Coffee. I really wanted to enjoy this film. It’s not often that a film … Continue reading Stuck in Repetition – Review of “Reminiscence”

Broken Messiah – Review of Frank Herbert’s “Dune Messiah”

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Review of Robert Heinlein’s “Stranger in a Strange Land”

Book Cover for "Stranger in a Strange Land" Religion and sexuality are two of the most difficult subjects to engage as a writer. Regardless of the writer’s intentions, someone is going to be deeply offended or challenged, probably both. Robert Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land seeks to both offend and challenge. Heinlein uses the … Continue reading Review of Robert Heinlein’s “Stranger in a Strange Land”

“Love, Death and Robots” Vol. Two Review

Poster Art for Volume 2 of "Love, Death and Robots". Source If you enjoy my content and would like to show support, check out my page on buymeacoffee.com As should be abundantly clear on this page, I’m a science-fiction geek. My first exposure to science fiction was Star Trek, back in the 80s when the … Continue reading “Love, Death and Robots” Vol. Two Review

Out from the Badlands – Nomads in Cyberpunk Red

Cyberpunk Red Core Rulebook. Available on Amazon When people think of dystopian futures, one of the most prevalent ideas comes from the Mad Max films. Devastated towns, open roads, armored vehicles, leather outfits that wouldn’t be amiss at a BDSM convention, and guns. Lots of guns. In the Dark Future of Cyberpunk Red, the Nomad … Continue reading Out from the Badlands – Nomads in Cyberpunk Red

Episode 5 – Bad Comic Book Movies

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ehuv4-fce124 Based on a conversation I had with a friend of mine, here are my thoughts on some of the worst comic book movies ever made.    My links-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thekingscriersquareTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheKingSquareLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicholas-king-80315b9b/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thekingscrierssquare/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdwgMDDHTLnOBjgWWREBU8wTiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thekingssquare

Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season Two “The Coming of Shadows” (Part 3)

Fan Art for Season Two of “Babylon 5”. Source In the final part of Season Two of Babylon 5, the series enters arguable it’s darkest moments (up to this point). Throughout the season, we’ve seen the descent of Londo Mollari in the darkness of his own ambitions, regardless of the consequences. We’ve seen EarthGov slipping further … Continue reading Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season Two “The Coming of Shadows” (Part 3)

A Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season 1 “Signs and Portents” (Part 2)

Box Cover Art for Season One of "Babylon 5". Source In the first article in this series, I covered the first half of Season 1 for Babylon 5. The subtitle for the entire first season is Signs and Portents. This is significant because the first season lays the groundwork for storylines and character arcs that … Continue reading A Retrospective on “Babylon 5” Season 1 “Signs and Portents” (Part 2)

Reality Bends – A Review of Philip K. Dick’s “A Scanner Darkly”

First Edition Cover for "A Scanner Darkly". Source      When one reads any story written by Philip K. Dick, one expects certain themes and situations to appear. An example would be the question: What constitutes reality? In A Scanner Darkly, Dick uses drug culture and the often-debilitating effects of drug abuse to take the reader … Continue reading Reality Bends – A Review of Philip K. Dick’s “A Scanner Darkly”

Mother May I – A Poem

Smoothed over like fresh asphalt, there are no more blemishes or birth marks. For that matter infant mortality is at an all-time low. We are the model of mortal efficiency, the capable arms of Mother, the machine mind and director of Allgood. Allgood be Mother! Allgood be Mother! There will be birth, growth, and death … Continue reading Mother May I – A Poem