“With the lethargy of the first chapter reaching its conclusion in the first tranche of episodes, Picard was off into the frontier, arriving into an overwhelming atmosphere of hostility and resentment. The series is ostensibly framed around the premise of the legacy of this particular character, the trajectory of his life after the events of the last motion picture. ” Continue reading Picard – Part Two Review
“I had a conflicting sensation of dread and optimism when Picard was announced in 2018 at Comic Con, the prospect of the continuation of one of my most cherished franchises and series framed against the legacy of the recent movie trilogy and Discovery series” Continue reading Picard – Part One Review
“Where Science Meets Imagination was an exhibit created by the Museum of Science in Boston in collaboration with Lucas Arts with the support from the National Science Foundation, showcasing a range of props and vehicles from the franchise at that time but focusing primarily on the science and technology behind George Lucas revered science fiction series” Continue reading Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination – Retrospective
“For me, Ghostbusters was never a perfect film, it always felt a little rough around the edges and somewhat stitched together to create a functional, memorable movie of the ages. We might not remember this game with the same level of enthusiasm and appreciation but in that regard, it captures the spirit of The Ghostbusters perfectly.” Continue reading Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Remastered) – PS4 Review
“Star Trek: The Adventure opened on the 18th December 2002 to coincide with the release of the last Next Generation era film, Nemesis. An interactive temporary exhibit constructed and situated in London’s Hyde Park over the festive period and running for over six months into the following Spring, the exhibition was modelled on the Star Trek Experience in Las Vegas and was a showcase of interactive exhibits, props and sets from the various series and iterations of the series to date and of course a wealth of merchandise to buy” Continue reading Star Trek: The Adventure – Review
“Situated in the small shopping precinct of Abbey Mews, this refuge for those looking for answers and inspiration beyond the mystical arts, or even including those, is a nivana for comic book and popular culture fans with a wealth of treasures from across the broad spectrum of the so called geek culture that exists today” Continue reading A Visit to The Comic Store
“It feels very much like a homage to the work of Bethesda and Bioware, taking the best elements of each studio to create a new franchise that whilst not pushing the bar creatively to far outside its comfort zone is still an accomplishment in itself” Continue reading The Outer Worlds Review
“That said, without doubt the most talked about fandom I have covered from different angles and for different perspectives is of course my love for Star Trek” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Thirty: Most obsessed-over fandom?
“Greater minds and authors have been debating and formulating the definition of the ‘Superhero’ ever since the terminology entered the modern lexicon of our language. What defines a superhero is largely an objective list of characteristics to consider and appraise of a fictional persona.” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Twenty Seven: Favourite Superhero?
“However, in recent years through a capitalist push to become one of the largest media corporations in modern history, to answer this question is a lot more complex to tackle.” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Twenty Six: Favourite Disney Movie?