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Constructive Criticism: Gil Shaw in the 25th Century

Welcome back to the Manifesto’s regular feature where I provide a builder with some feedback that is hopefully both entertaining and helpful.  The format is simple: a reader submits a model for evaluation, I come up with at least one good thing about it, at least one bad thing and one random observation that falls outside the first two categories. 2,115 more words

Model Spotlight

Rhode Island Comic Con 2016

Having attended RICC’s first three shows, missing just the fourth one, I thought I was due for a reappearance in 2016. This show is crazy, attendees run around like chickens with their heads cut off, but I f***ing love it. 614 more words

Autograph Shows

Starlog Archives: Buck Rogers

For readers of a certain age, this article from the Starlog archives is likely to be a heck of a nostalgia trip.  In October and November of 1996, the sci-fi magazine ran a two-part retrospective about the TV show  113 more words

Starlog Archives

The Nice Guys

The late 1970s were a time of moral ambiguousness in America. Symbolizing that era are the morally ambiguous protagonists of “The Nice Guys” (2016). Ryan Gosling (drunken detective but well-meaning single father) and Russell Crowe (sadistically violent goon with a heart of gold) team up to crack a murder case. 52 more words

Movie Reviews

‘Buck Rogers’ Gil Gerard and Felix Silla swap stories

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century‘ stars Gil Gerard and Felix Silla swapped stories about the life on the set. We all remember when Captain William “Buck” Rogers got lost in those cosmic forces that landed him 500 years into the future. 870 more words