7 Gender Benders in SciFi and Gaming
7 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on March 28, 2011 under Featured, Lists
There you are, at the local Con’s dance night, sitting alone at the Ramada Inn’s bar. You’ve had one too many Cardassian Sunrises. Out of the corner of your eye you see a cosplayer dressed as Miss Faye Valentine. The two of you hit it off, and just as things get good you notice…an Adam’s apple on your favorite female bounty hunter. Don’t feel too bad, champ. Gender bendin... more.
7 Questionable, Yet Widely Accepted Devices in SciFi
15 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on March 25, 2011 under Featured, Lists
The great thing about science fiction is that you can come up with a cool device, and it can work without any explanation what so ever. The bad thing about these tools is that sometimes additional uses are seen or talked about, only to rarely or never be used that way again. Or, on the other side, there are things which are given very little explanation, and thus, leave the viewer or read... more.
4 Franchises That Need the “Rockstar” Treatment
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on March 24, 2011 under Featured, Gaming, Lists
The ever controversial Rockstar Games does one thing very well; open world gameplay. While most of their franchises aren't for everyone, they really do have dark story driven sandbox games down to an art. And ever since they took on the spirtual sequel to Red Dead Revolver, it's got me thinking;... more.
Earth’s Own Binary Sunset
5 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on March 23, 2011 under Space
We all know living on a planet with "two suns and no women" would totally suck. But the fanboy in us all would love to see that Binary Sunset that is so iconic, to get to have that dramatic moment Luke had in A New Hope. According to the U.K.'s mail online, Earth may just have a more.
The 5 Dangers of Pokemon
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on March 19, 2011 under Featured, Lists
Every epic adventure is not without its dangers. Frodo knew he’d be carrying a ring that would possess him, and that eventually he’d have to deal with a lake of fire. Luke knew he’d have to fight the space equivalent of Hitler. Kirk knew there’d be a chance of catching something from that green chick. But what if the adventure is for a fifteen-year-old nature enthusiast? With... more.
TRON Soundtrack gets R3C0NF1GUR3D
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on March 3, 2011 under News
What is possibly the world's greatest soundtrack ever, the musc of TRON: Legacy is getting the remix treatment. At the official site, a list of the artists and what tracks they are remixing are featured, as well as everything available for preorder. The downside: everything available to order is crazy expensive. But since... more.
- ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ to Get New Writer 0 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on February 17, 2011 under Comics, News
5 Sci Fi Films That Everyone Loves (Except for Me)
11 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on February 16, 2011 under Featured, Lists
Writing this, I know I'm going to catch more flak than a guy juggling grenades, but that's part of what makes the "Furious" part stick in the title of this website. The upside is that, in theory, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Below are five films that the sci fi community loves, but I really did not enjoy at all. Avatar I did not, in any way, care for this film. In fact,... more.
5 Plot Holes We Just Don’t Discuss
103 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on February 14, 2011 under Comics, Featured, Lists, Star Wars
Plot holes are inevitable. To err is human, and as such, no work of fiction will ever be without plot holes. Heck, there are plot holes in religious texts, so what makes us think a comic book or film about space travel will fair any better? That said, there are a few that are glaring, with little to no explanation, and it seems we just accept them as they are. Kryptoniansmore.
- 3D Gaming, without the Glasses 6 CommentsPosted by Chris Wojcek on January 22, 2011 under Gaming, News