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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Greg discusses the entirety of the cult favorite 90s cartoon, Cybersix. What about it works so well, and what might have prevented it from being successful? Advertisements
We finally get a proper look at Hexadecimal as she turns Mainframe into stone. Meanwhile, Bob and friends have a picnic!
Greg enters SFDebris’ playing field with a look at a Star Trek Voyager two-parter, in which the show is shown it’s own potential and picks a fight with it.
A look at an important episode of Doctor Who and it’s impact on the characters of Amy Pond and Rory Williams, the Weeping Angels and Doctor Who as a whole.
Greg takes a look at a young adult book from 2007, and it’s robotic author Brandon Sanderson.
My Father’s Day present/A look at a South Korean film about isolation.
Bob messes things up and puts Dot into serious danger, giving me excuse to talk about symbolism and structure.