Da Dominion – like other esteemed institutions of learning and science – holds that alien life on other worlds is statistically likely. Have they arrived? We offer a guide to IDing E.T.s (extra-terrestials):
#1. We don’t think this is an alien because it was killed by teenagers with sticks and rocks!
While waiting for the Christmas-time release of Assassin’s Creed 2, I’ve become a belateded fan of KotOR. Specifically, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords is the middle series PC game I’ve been sucked into like a frog through a Hutt’s lips.
Recently I’ve introduced a friend to the epic wonder of the Star Wars story. What kind of friend of mine – Dominus Digg, Dark Lord of the Geek – would not be intimately familiar with the classic trilogy nor the … pretty prequels?
A chick! (mock surpise)
While re-watching the six-part story for the umpteenth time, I considered which have the best story. Which communicate themes that explain why the series has resonated so broadly over thirty plus years. “Awesomeness” is not a good criterion because its subjective and unclear. A few of the prequels had awesome CG effects but also equally awesomely stupid writing. Judging them on special effects and action has been done to death and is like judging a woman only on boob size.
Who the hell is writer Bryan Fuller? And why do we care about this quote from sffmedia.com?:
“I told my agent and told the people of J.J. Abrams’ team I want to create another Star Trek series and have an idea that I’m kicking around. I would love to return to the spirit of the old series with the colours and attitude. I loved Voyager and Deep Space Nine, but they seem to have lost the ‘60s fun and I would love to take it back to its origin.”
– New Star Trek TV show by John Howell
Dominion Cast 35 is postponed until next week. Yeah, we just brought it back but an announcement of bigger import is required – no, another obscure celebrity hasn’t died. Actually, a long-standing geek favorite series may have just been resurrected.
More than a year ago I wrote on Star Trek XI being a chance to breath new life into the Star Trek franchise, which had been mortally wounded by the Voyager series and had a live grenade shoved in the injury by Enterprise then had it’s corpse defiled by the Nemesis movie. I’ve now seen Trek XI and am ready to redress my past thoughts.