This is the second episode of the anime reviewed last week (Demon Lord, Retry! – Review – Episode 1) and I still don’t hate it but the next show will have to be special to give a thumbs up recommendation to you. This weeks episode is called “Golden Luna.”
The first episode is called, Lost Ones from Another World and once you got the hang of it, the show was ok. This is a show which I will definitely apply the three watch rule before deciding if it’s worth viewing to the end of the series.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Shows to Watch in 2019. TV shows you will really need to see if you don’t want to miss out.
The first show was really good, a little slow moving (as voiced numerous times by members of the family as we watched) and some of the acting was a pretty poor and hammed up, but it was definitely watchable and I am definitely watching more.
Before watching I was frightened that it could be a silly fan-service, crime flirtation full of girly blushes and macho stupidity – all knickers and guns. I was pleasantly surprised. The two main leads were equals in every respect, both with clear personalities and motivations and completely different cultures. It was over in what seemed like 5 minutes.
We weren’t allowed to see anything other than their two dimensional personas which seemed flat and shallow. I found myself not caring of any of them managed to accomplish the levelling exercise or not. I guess the over the top nice dude with the allergies was just about tolerable, but …. naa not really, he was a just a limp dick where as all the others were just dickheads.
The much anticipated Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMO RPG) story that was so very popular as a Chinese Anime, is airing on Chinese television from 31st July 2019.
Alas, the news is, that despite my searches, I have still yet to confirm any production or development of a movie or TV series for God Emperor of Dune.
Amy Pascal (Producer) was interviewed by Fandango, she confirmed that Venom 2 was in development and would be produced (according to Wikipedia, the release date is October 2nd 2020).
The show was great, it it hadn’t been for the stoopid whiny, overly dramatic bit from the middle to the end, the show would have been much better and appealed to older fans and not just teens.
This first episode was really good. Well produced, I’m not impressed by the style of animation but it was ok I guess, voice acting excellent and story was good too. Overall cool/fun/sexy factor was high too. I’m probably going to watch each episode of this series judging from the first episode (I know it’s too early to tell yet, but this is that good).
I thought it would be really useful to recommend a couple of shows that you should see when your wish-list begins to look alarmingly low. These two shows are both foreign language and both fun/cool/sexy and at the same time have a great story. I commend them for your viewing pleasure.
Pretty good. opening to the season. The writers, Matt and Ross Duffer have done a great job of developing the characters of the main cast and bringing in a couple of others. I’m keen to see how these will interact with the ‘gang’.
The show was watchable and personally I like OP (over-the-top-powerful-and-almost-freakin’-indestructible) game player stories where they get sucked into their own game (jeez, hasn’t anyone dreamed of that!)
This is a great show, the graphics are great, it’s set in space and space sure feels vast and intimidating. The character design is good with clear personalities capable of displaying a broad range of emotions and reactions all acted by excellent voice actors. There are elements of drama, comedy and suspense.
One of a series of posts to recommend some science fiction TV shows to you. Maybe you have seen them and maybe you haven’t. Hopefully the list will give you pause for thought.
The third series of Stranger Things is on it’s way to us and will get here on July 4th 2019. It looks really good and a little bleak and crazy (just the way we like it)! Sure the guys are a little more grown up but they also still remain full on geeky.
It was all very rushed to be honest, the opening seemed pretty well paced but the end was all over the place.
Are you excited about the Anime summer season for 2019? in this section we take a look at some of the Sci Fi related shows that will be coming our way.
1999 The Halifax Herald article. Lexx Convention: It’s no Trekkie convention and George Lucas won’t be the keynote
speaker. But 25 diehard fans of the Halifax-based science fiction series Lexx have arrived in the city over the past couple of days from other parts of the globe to revel in their own intergalactic fixation.
Just as we started to get back into The Tick, Ben Edlund, the show creator and (awesome writer of other cool shows) tweeted that Amazon had decided not to fund a third season of The Tick.
Talkie Toaster is a monstrously cool mechanical devise used for making toast. Innocent enough, you might think, but the Red Dwarf Toaster will drive you completely bonkers by continually asking, “Would you like some toast?”
Kochanski was Red Dwarf’s navigation officer but, to Lister’s dismay, he learns that she died in the first episode.
What would you say if Quentin directed the next Star Trek? Would it be a good thing or would it detract too much from the original Roddenberry vision?