Noah and Daren are huge comic book fans and have been looking forward to this film for a long time, despite not being familiar with the original comic. But the lack of chemistry between the main characters and the dialogue falling flat adversely affected the enjoyment of the visually stunning parts of the film. [Read more...]
More information has emerged at the San Diego Comic-Con revealing character and story details from Star Trek: Discovery. Michael Burnham is revealed...
Those attending the San Diego Comic-Con’s Meet Starfleet Star Trek: Discovery panel were the first to see the new trailer for the...
Let’s answer some questions… Georgia G.: “Just a small question… now that the episode descriptions have been revealed, does this mean we will finally see which doggie pics match up with what episodes, soon?” Answer: Sure, once the finale has aired I’ll post them. Ponytail: “You’ve gone quiet in your house hunting. Did you find […]
Mary Wiseman spoke exclusively to TrekMovie about her role in the new Star Trek series and her character's place on the ship.
The cast and crew also talked about the captain's chair, Star Trek's legacy, and explained production delays at the Comic-Con press conference.
This week, indie musician Marian Call dropped by San Diego Comic-Con, and Summer was able to sit down during her busy schedule and chat with her about creating music for her favorite fandoms, the appeal of doing house concerts on her...Show More Summary
“That fight scene. There’s no denying when they concentrate on action, they can do a good job and here it was a rambunctious one-on-one with a nice steady camera angle that let the fight breathe on its own, something I have great respect for in the world of cinematography. Two and Ishida are the most […]
A full report from front row center at San Diego Comic-Con's 'Star Trek: Discovery' panel, covering Klingons, diversity, character arcs, and more.
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As part of my continuing effort to justify the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription I have, I’ve been playing with my Audition audio software and learning how to use it. Today I learned how to make a multitrack file! Go me. I also played with the various filters in the software to distort and shape sounds. […]
Quantum Mechanix was the licensee with the most new Star Trek stuff to show off at San Diego Comic-Con.
Because sometimes it’s fun to play with Photoshop’s sliders and see what you come up with. This is what happens (in part) when you push the “dehaze” slider all the way to the right. The real sunset didn’t look like this (it looked like this), but I think it might be cool to live on […]
The 'Torchbearer' is just the latest clue that these new Klingons are playing with fire.
Panel reveals out why the Discovery comics will 'really matter' and how the Boldly Go series is headed alternative universes.
Hmmm. When last we checked in with our intrepid crew, the Android was doing some late night skulking – and lining up headshots – before turning in for a much-needed nap. What does it all mean? Is, as some of you have surmised, Sarah behind our Android’s strange actions? Is it the hand of Ryo […]
As we ease on into another summer weekend, here are the new books and ARCs that have come to the Scalzi Compound this week. What do you like here? Share your feelings in the comments!
Here’s Sugar curling up with a good book, in this case the ARC of Don’t Live For Your Obituary, my upcoming collection of essays about writing and the writing life, which comes out in December from Subterranean Press. And you can win it! Here’s how: Tell me in the comments which Beatles song I am […]
So, on July 21, 1997, which was a Monday, I posted the following on the alt.society.generation-x newsgroup: Thought y’all might like to know. I’m happy, pleased, tired. 96,098 words, cranked out in a little under three months, working mostly on weekends, grinding out 5,000 words at a sitting. Learned two things: a) I can carry […]