Old codgers like me will remember the 1965 science fiction film “Fantastic Voyage” where a medical team in the submarine “Proteus” are shrunk to microscopic size and are injected into the vessels of a brain-damaged scientist to try and save him. 227 more words
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If the first few days of the Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage are any indication of how the entire cruise will be, then two words: Let’s Go! 174 more words
“Fantastic Voyage” is about one’s artistic journey. In Pontocho it is this young lady’s misedashi; her first day as a maiko. (Metaphorically, her obi is rather like a sail and she a glorious sailing ship setting out.) The strong diagonal lines in the composition help to suggest movement on a set course. 298 more words
Yep — We’re doing it — The Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage Cruise! The Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage is the “Ultimate Party with a Purpose®”; supporting students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). 227 more words
Let’s talk shrinkage!
As a young science fiction fan growing up in the 60’s and 70’s, most of the genre fare that came my way via the movies were either those set in space or those with creatures and monsters which included all the horror staples. 713 more words