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reviewed The Illustrated Man. March 05, 2011
posted in SF Signal
The Illustrated Man
Ray Bradbury's haunting tale [reminiscent of "Sailing to Byzantium] is a precursor for altered states of reality & the question of what it means to exist in muliple dimensional planes. Kurt …
reviewed Robby the Robot. March 05, 2011
posted in SF Signal
Robby the Robot
Forbidden Planet star was the embodiment of Asimov's Laws of Robotics & the "Positronic Brain. Before Hal 9000, Star Trek's Dr. Daestrom computer or sentient android Data; there was Robby...Robot …
reviewed Invisibile Man. March 05, 2011
posted in SF Signal
Invisibile Man
Along with "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" this seminal scifi creation not only alludes to human nature to become separated from accountability of actions but also addresses what happens when near …
reviewed Inertia Drive from E.E. Doc Smith's T.... March 05, 2011
posted in SF Signal
Inertia Drive from E.E. Doc Smith's The Lensman
Inertia drive allowed for the space vessels to go "Free" & thereby move without speed or motion. The Lensman series created a sometimes dated but always fascinating tale that displayed a …
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Quick Tips
posted a Quick Tip about Gordon R. Dickson. March 05, 2011
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Gordon R. Dickson
Time Storm was a remarkable book, epic in its vision of a planet ravaged by post-apocalyptic survivors of these "Time Quakes" that have fractured the Earth's space-time continuum casing geographic time …
posted a Quick Tip about Winesburg, Ohio. March 05, 2011
Winesburg, Ohio
Seminal satire that explores the grotesque in us all...
posted a Quick Tip about Dark City (1998 film). March 05, 2011
DVD front
This is the great cult classic that movies like "Inception" strives to be like...
posted a Quick Tip about Solaris. March 05, 2011
Stunning adaptation of the earlier Russian original...One of Clooney's finest efforts
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Inertia Drive from E.E. Doc Smith's The Lensman Robby the Robot The Seldon Plan Psycho-History Invisibile Man Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
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May 26, 2011
Are you still out there in cyberspace? Any new science fiction books or movies to review for The Forbidden Planet?
April 18, 2011
Again, thanks for joining our science fiction community, The Forbidden Planet, last month. We would love to see your science fiction reviews and book reviews that you write in the future on our site. To infinity and beyond!
March 13, 2011

Thanks for joining the community For The Love of Comics!  Comic books have a bad rap of being just for kids and we fans know that this is not the case.  You told me you're a Marvel fan, so I'm expecting some great reviews from you on Thor and Captain America movies coming out soon.  Drop by the site, do some polls and even drop a comment or two on some reviews!  On the community page we have an interview with Stan Lee!
March 05, 2011
Hey Jeffery, welcome to Lunch! I see that you've gotten a great start on here but, wanted to let you know that if you need any help or have any questions, feel free to let me know, that's what I'm here for! You might also have a good time checking out these reviews of Solaris. Happy Lunching :)
March 05, 2011

Thanks for joining The Forbidden Planet community, your number one spot for all things science fiction (not Fantasy or Star Trek -- those are with other communities) whether books or movies!  Send your quick tips and reviews over there including Solaris and Dark City, since I see they are lonely tips. 

And congrats on being the 180th member!  You win nothing but our admiration and good luck, LOL. 
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