Okay, so it’s not due out for almost a year, and I’m not actually sure how it’ll work (unless it focuses on events after Series 8, when there are more than a dozen people in the universe), but Deep 7’s Red Dwarf RPG oughta be good for a laugh.
This week’s episode had more in common with last
week’s that the lackluster season premiers. Read
One of the producers of Smallville has
announced that some stylistic changes are in
store for the second half of the season. With
any luck, that means no more (or fewer) formulaic
freak of the week episodes. Read about it here.
With the holiday’s closing in upon us, I thought a fun bit of conjecture and discussion would be a group-assembled Sci-Fi Wish list (i.e. What you want).
The only restrictions I’m laying down is that the suggestion can’t be a Movie or Book. Those are the easy answers, I want something with a little more imagination.
You men (and women) have your marching orders, now hop to it!
Anonymous Coward writes, Here’s
a first review from a Tolkien-free
viewer. This one comes from David Ansen of
Read on or not, I don’t care. I have the Temporal Police and I’m not afraid to use them!
The next Dune miniseries, which is an adaptation
of Dune Messiah and Children of
Dune has been given the green light to begin
production. More details can be found here.
Another week, another new episode. It looks like
we’ll get new episodes of X-Files throughout the
rerun period on the WB and UPN. Read more to see
what’s happening with the next generation of
Robotech website is announcing
the release of the sixth Robotech DVD box set on
February 5, 2002. For those keeping tally, there
will be seven sets. The first three were the
Macross Saga, reviewed here,
the fourth and fifth are the Southern Cross
portion of the series (which I’ll review when I
watch them all), and the last two are the New
Generation episodes, which use the animation from
Mosspaeda (which I probably spelled wrong.) The
first four sets are already for sale, while the
fifth starts selling on Dec. 11 and the sixth in
February. No word on the seventh set, but I’ll
keep you posted.
TNN is giving Trekkers an early holiday treat, mini-marathons of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Each one will have a theme, from celebrity guest stars (hosted by Patrick Stewart no less), to "Strange Effects" where bizarre things happen to the crew.
They all seem to be on weekends and should be a lot of fun to watch. I’m setting my VCR!