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reviewed Blakes 7. July 21, 2012
Blakes 7
   So thorough is my space-themed science fiction obsession that factors such as decade of release or the regional games the studios like to play with their DVD releases matter not. Such was …
reviewed Save Stargate Universe. July 21, 2012
Save Stargate Universe
   I'll come right out with it: I've typically considered the Stargate franchise a cut below the rest. Now before you immediately close out my review and vote it "unhelpful", …
reviewed Battlestar Galactica. July 21, 2012
Battlestar Galactica
Science fiction television is an interesting bag; one where all it takes a brief look at the multitude of space-centric serials and films throughout the years to realize that almost any genre of entertainment …
reviewed Batman: The Brave and the Bold. September 01, 2011
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Batman: The Brave and the Bold
There are many comic fans, a group that includes yours truly, who feel as though Bruce Timm’s 1992 Batman The Animated Series Batman: TAS) so thoroughly covered (and accurately portrayed) the franchise …
reviewed Iron Man: Armored Adventures. August 25, 2011
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Iron Man: Armored Adventures
   If ever there was a series I planned to go into with anticipated disappointment, it would be Iron Man: Armored Adventures.  After all, the idea of taking a mature, long-standing comic …
reviewed Space Precinct: 2040. May 09, 2011
Space Precinct: 2040
If the name Gerry Anderson means anything to you at all, it’s likely the first science fiction work of his to spring to mind would be Space: 1999; a series credited as a cornerstone in setting …
reviewed Alien Nation. May 09, 2011
Alien Nation
   In the history of cinema, there are probably fewer than a dozen examples of television series that actually surpass the motion picture source material on which they are based.  Alien …
reviewed Invasion. May 09, 2011
   Conclusion: My love for science fiction television leads me to some strange places.  What’s that you say? Reports are supposed to start with a hypothesis and end with a conclusion?  …
reviewed FLAG. May 07, 2011
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   They are few and far between to be sure, but once in a great while an anime series comes along that combines excellent storytelling with just enough fantastical technology to make animation …
reviewed Gravion. April 27, 2011
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   Gravion follows the exploits of Eiji Shigure; a parentless teen that receives a letter apparently sent from his missing older sister Ayaka Shigure in the year 2041. His search for her leads …
reviewed ReBoot. April 06, 2011
Ya know each time millions of fans the world over swoon to theaters to absorb the latest Pixar or DreamWorks CG animated film, do you ever stop to wonder just how many of them bother to ponder the slow …
reviewed The Robinsons: Lost in Space. June 30, 2010
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The Robinsons: Lost in Space
   Sometimes being a science fiction fan demands the locating and viewing of programs that, save for the individuals involved in the show’s production, almost nobody knows exist!  …
reviewed The Triangle. June 17, 2010
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The Triangle
   It wasn’t overly apparent at the time, but 2005 is quickly becoming a year known for its primetime science fiction television.  Don’t take my words for it- you could …
reviewed Surface. June 10, 2010
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   Love it or hate it, Lost was responsible for inspiring a whole host of science fiction laced network television dramas throughout most of the 2000’s.  The fall of 2005 saw a surge …
reviewed Earth: Final Conflict. June 04, 2010
Earth: Final Conflict
To glance at Earth: Final Conflict, you would likely be overcome with the sensation of “been there, done that” either through earlier shows Alien Nation or V, all of which sound remarkably …
reviewed Space: 1999. May 14, 2010
Space: 1999
As far as I can tell, there are two specific types of individuals likely reading this review right now; those who remember Space: 1999 in some capacity during it’s initial 1975 television broadest …
reviewed Defying Gravity. April 26, 2010
Defying Gravity
   Prime time space science fiction is a very rare occurrence on major network television these days.  Sure we’ve got our "Stargate" shows and the recent "Battlestar …
reviewed Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. April 22, 2010
Buck Rogers
I’ll be honest; Buck Rogers reaches the very furthest reaches of my childhood.  Until having purchased this DVD collection last week, about the only associations the title conjured up for me …
reviewed Children of Dune. April 19, 2010
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Children of Dune
While only 3-years separate the original Dune miniseries from this, the follow-up effort, there is little question that the production team involved came away with many lessons learned.  This coupled …
reviewed Earth Star Voyager. April 10, 2010
Earth Star Voyager
When you think of epic space opera science fiction motion pictures, it’s unlikely the company perhaps best known for their theme parks and an icon named Mickey Mouse will be the first to come to …
reviewed Stargate Infinity. April 10, 2010
Stargate Infinity
As near as I can tell, never in the rich and illustrious history of domestic animation has there been a series that’s managed to do nearly everything well yet remain as unpopular as Stargate Infinity. …
reviewed Farscape. April 03, 2010
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I’m of the opinion that the word “epic” is fairly overused when attempting to describe most science fiction space operas.  Yet here in retrospection, I find myself quite unable …
reviewed RIN Daughters of Mnemosyne. January 20, 2010
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RIN Daughters of Mnemosyne
I like to consider myself an anime connoisseur and shy away from paying too much attention to specific genres (despite a penchant for mecha) figuring there’s almost something enduring in anime regardless …
reviewed Noein. December 28, 2009
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Well I better clear the air right from the get-go; this review isn’t going to be very positive.  And don’t for a minute think that it’s due to the property’s lack of potential.  …
reviewed El Cazador De La Bruja Part One. December 19, 2009
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If you were to glance at El Cazador De La Bruja, you might find yourself wondering how in the world the wide-open desert, a couple gun slinging babes, slight supernatural themes, and a lot of behind-kicking …
reviewed Birds of Prey: The Complete Series. November 09, 2009
Birds of Prey
You can almost visualize the board meetings where Warner Brothers and DC discussed the possibility of making Birds of Prey a broadcast television reality:  “We need a project to appeal to the …
Fantastic Four - The Complete Animated Series
This is one of those rare boxed sets that I had been savoring for quite some time. It turns out that I somehow managed to completely overlook this series when it was originally syndicated for broadcast …
reviewed Black Lagoon Complete Box Set. September 16, 2009
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Black Lagoon Complete Box Set
For many fans of the franchise, it is incredible news that Funimation has decided to assemble the full previously Geneon-exclusive property and release it as a complete series box set. Black Lagoon is …
reviewed Heroic Age: The Complete Series Part Two. July 20, 2009
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Regular readers of my anime reviews may well remember Heroic Age The Complete Series Part One as one of very few titles to rate a perfect “5 Star” score.  This feat was especially noteworthy …
reviewed Rozen Maiden: Traumend. July 17, 2009
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Rozen Maiden: Traumend
I don’t know about you, but I find it pretty difficult to relax with the glassy eyes of a creepy doll seemingly following me around the room.  Well take that inherent creepiness and couple …
reviewed Blue Gender. June 24, 2009
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Blue Gender
Big Guns, Big Bugs, and Even Bigger Ambitions If there's one thing that drives me mad, it's the idea that I've somehow missed out on something great.  For the past couple of years, the hype surrounding …
reviewed Heroic Age. May 20, 2009
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Heroic Age
To begin this review, allow me to first come clean with the fact that I'm a bit partial toward any and all mecha (robotic-based) anime titles.  Some may fear that my opinion is thus tainted by this …
reviewed Last Exile. May 11, 2009
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Last Exile
Last Exile is one of those anime series that's been floating around for a few years now that I repeatedly made mental notes of considering while shopping.  With commercials and trailers that hinted …
reviewed The Legend of Prince Valiant: The Com.... May 05, 2008
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The Legend of Prince Valiant: The Complete Series,
The second and final volume of Prince Valiant The Complete Series picks up literally where the first volume ends and continues in the tradition of excellence both in terms of character development and …
She-Ra - Princess of Power - Season Two
Seemingly no sooner than my sad goodbye to the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series, I've concluded my tour of the She-Ra Princess of Power DVDs last night. The second season of She-Ra represents …
She-Ra - Princess of Power - Season One, Vol. 2
In continuing with my reviews of the BCI Eclipse She-Ra DVD sets, today we will be taking a look at the second volume of the first season of Filmation's fantastic She Ra: Princess of Power.    To …
reviewed She-Ra - Princess of Power - Season O.... May 05, 2008
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She-Ra - Princess of Power - Season One, Vol. 1
Time for a confession: As an animation-loving kid in the 1980s, I didn't care much for She-Ra. Don't get me wrong, I gave her obligatory respect for being He-Man's twin-sister and all but I would be lying …
reviewed Hero High - The Complete Series. January 28, 2008
Hero High - The Complete Series
I should begin this review with a confession: I remember very little about Hero High when it ran on broadcast television on Saturday mornings back in 1981. Presumably my attention was simply devoted to …
reviewed Challenge of the Super Friends, Volum.... January 27, 2008
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Challenge of the Super Friends, Volumes 1-2
Red Box:    Well I finally completed my tour of the two Superfriends box sets (which are coupled together here) and can honestly state that the first volume is seriously the equivalent …
reviewed Super Friends, Volume Two. January 27, 2008
Super Friends, Volume Two
Despite how it might appear, the Super Friends, Volume Two (DC Comics Classic Collection) is the second part of the 1978 season (red box set) that featured the Wondertwins and Gleek (in addition to 5 …
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