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Cincinnati Comic Expo 2018

DAY 1, Sept. 14

5 p.m. –Stealing a moment of quiet in a secluded part of the convention center, sweating in the heat of the third floor, I reflect on the first few hours of Day 1 of the Cincinnati Comic Expo. 1,549 more words

Books

The Beauty of Strength

When I first sat down and began my preliminary prognostications for the story that would ultimately become the Desolation Trilogy, I had pretty strong ideas about the type of story I wanted it to be and the people who would populate the universe I was assembling. 751 more words

Desolation Trilogy

Firefly Fridays: The Final Rankings

Alright, so, since most of them are pretty close, I’ve divided the show into 5 tiers, rather than ranking them individually. From the bottom to the top: 543 more words

Reviews

Firefly Fridays – Episode 14: “Objects in Space”

Already wrote this one once, because I consider this one of the ten best episodes of television. Some of my impressions are taken from that review, so, if it seems like I’m re-using stuff, that’s why. 3,346 more words

Reviews

Exclusive Interview with Summer Glau!

Supanova Perth has been and gone for another year, and this one was heaps of fun! We love seeing the cosplayers and enthusiasm of the local geek community, and we love meeting the stars of our favourite shows and movies! 1,117 more words

Legends Of Geekdom

2018 Sydney Supanova Guests

Sydney Supanova could be considered the premiere event for the year. Hosted over 3 days at the wonderful facilities at Sydney Olympic Park, this year we were blessed with some fantastic guest stars. 359 more words

Cosplay

Firefly Fridays – Episode 11: “Trash”

Hey, I don’t have to say anything about this episode’s airing order, because it didn’t ever air during the original run. Yay?

SUMMARY

The episode opens with a naked Mal sitting on a rock in the desert saying “yeah, that went well.” It then flashes back to three days earlier where Mal is meeting up with a former comrade-in-arms and current smuggling buddy Monty (Franc Ross). 2,897 more words

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