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Graphic Artist/Designer & Screenprinter
Graphic Artist/Designer & Screenprinter

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From the 1954 film, Gojira directed by Honda Ishiro As I remember it, Houston ABC affiliate, KTRH, would show Godzilla movies with some regularity on Sunday afternoons. That memory shares the same space in my sense of nostalgia as Star Trek marathons and…
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From the 1988 film ‘Akira’ written and directed by Otomo Katsuhiro This seminal work began simply as a weekly comic serial in Japanese manga publication Young Magazine and it ran for eight years between 1982 and 1990. Today, it is regarded as one of the…
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From the novel, ‘20,000 Leagues Under The Sea’ written by Jules Verne, published in 1870 Academics refer to ‘A True Story’ as the first work of science fiction. It was written by Lucian of Samosata during the 2nd century of the Common Era. Although ‘A…
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From the 1981 production of ‘Clash Of The Titans’ I don’t have a strong connection to this film personally. There is no personal anecdote I can share about this one. It’s not one of my favorites, though I don’t dislike it. It has quite a bit going for it…
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From the 1987 film Robocop, directed by Paul Verhoeven I love those old Marvel Movie Specials. I want to bring back that format, but with a little more care in the adaptation. That’s the double-edged sword of industry, the deadline. One of my all-time…
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From the 1980, Dino DeLaurentiis production, Flash Gordon My dad picked me up from kindergarten one day. It was before lunch. I thought it must be for a doctor appointment. Strange, though. Mom typically took me to the doctor. I don’t remember him saying…
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From the 1954 film, Forbidden Planet I avoided watching this film for many years. It just looked goofy. This was primarily my issue with going back to watch Start Trek ’66. I’ve always loved science fiction over all other genres, not as a choice but more…
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Source: S is for six
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From the 1967 BBC television series, ‘The Prisoner‘ Patrick McGoohan‘s influential opus, ‘The Prisoner’ does not thrive on mainstream popularity, but it is most certainly essential to the vernacular of science fiction and fantasy as cultural idioms.…
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Originally posted on This Side of Fearadise: What a terrible thing it is to grow up without a single alien invasion or zombie apocalypse. If you’re like me, then in all the years since you were born, never has your home town been attacked by a ginormous…
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