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rated Green Lantern and Green Arrow #1 a 3.0.   March 13, 2011
rated Fantastic Four: Books of Doom a 4.0.   March 13, 2011
rated The Avengers: Under Siege a 2.0.   March 13, 2011
rated Shutter Island Graphic Novel a 3.0.   March 13, 2011
rated Fahrenheit 451 - Die Graphic Novel a 2.0.   March 13, 2011
rated V for Vendetta (graphic novel) a 4.0.   March 13, 2011
rated Modesty Blaise a 3.0.   March 13, 2011
rated The Flash a 5.0.   March 13, 2011
rated Fantastic Four a 5.0.   March 13, 2011
rated Dr. Doom a 5.0.   March 13, 2011
rated The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (book) a 5.0.   March 12, 2011
rated Ringworld (Known Space Series) a 4.0.   March 07, 2011
rated A Clockwork Orange (novel) a 5.0.   March 07, 2011
review of Robby the Robot, "Man & Machine: The Pinnochio Theory" was complimented.   March 05, 2011
posted a comment on list, "Top Scifi / Fantasy Movie Soundtracks".   March 05, 2011
updated Gordon R. Dickson.   March 05, 2011
added and rated Gordon R. Dickson a 4.0.   March 05, 2011
rated The Illustrated Man a 5.0 while posting the review:   March 05, 2011
Unstuck in time...Alternate Reality
Ray Bradbury's haunting tale [reminiscent of "Sailing to Byzantium] is a precursor for altered states of reality & the question of what i
review of Robby the Robot, "Man & Machine: The Pinnochio Theory" was complimented.   March 05, 2011
Quick Tip of Winesburg, Ohio, "Seminal satire that explores the grotesque in us all..." was complimented.   March 05, 2011
review of Invisibile Man, "Knock, Knock, Who's There?" was complimented.   March 05, 2011
rated Robby the Robot a 5.0 while posting the review:   March 05, 2011
Man & Machine: The Pinnochio Theory
Forbidden Planet star was the embodiment of Asimov's Laws of Robotics & the "Positronic Brain. Before Hal 9000, Star Trek's Dr. Daest
rated Invisibile Man a 4.0 while posting the review:   March 05, 2011
Knock, Knock, Who's There?
Along with "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" this seminal scifi creation not only alludes to human nature to become separated from accountability
rated Inertia Drive from E.E. Doc Smith's The Lensman a 5.0 while posting the review:   March 05, 2011
Lensmen Series
Inertia drive allowed for the space vessels to go "Free" & thereby move without speed or motion. The Lensman series created a sometimes
created a list "Greatest Discoveries/inventions in SciFi literary history".   March 05, 2011
updated Gene Roddenberry.   March 05, 2011
updated Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy.   March 05, 2011
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