The Stargate SG-1 Season Five Minicaps really got screwed investing in the Tollan stock market. Kind of happens when a civilization’s economy is eradicated.
If there’s a theme to this round of Minicaps, its revisiting old allies and haunts. We certainly did that last time with Cassandra’s puberty problems and Daniel’s Unas buddy, Chaka, leading a revolution to free his enslaved brethren. But we get to see some familiar faces (in one case, for the last time) this time, so let’s jump into it… Continue reading
Real life is about to get a lot more boring for a little while- i.e. as I wait for my new RL job to start, I don’t have anything to do.
So I’m putting it out there to all of you… What should I do to fill up my days?
Are there shows I need to watch? Webseries?
What about books- any that you’d recommend?
Are there adventures I should look into having?
It’s been a while since I’ve had this kind of freedom and while I look forward to a few days of nothing but sleep, I’d like to keep busy.
I’m not going to go on and give a full review because there are lots of those out there and my honest review of this is ‘Go see it, go see it now’. I want to talk more on about the effect this film has on the MCU, which is a lot. Continue reading
The Stargate SG-1 Season Five Minicaps is not sure what alien puberty is called, but someone needs to warn others about it in advance.
SG-1 just scored a major victory by finally killing Apophis permanently, as well as surviving another Replicator infested ship along the way. But as always, there were complications, like having to take Teal’c to the brink of death to cure him of Apophis’ brainwashing. Not that everything’s all wine and roses, with the System Lords still running around and those durn Replicators as well. Let’s find out how this next round of minicaps treats out intrepid team… Continue reading
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You’ve heard about the Captain Marvel movie coming out; heck, we’ve all heard about it, and with fresh news come fresh rumors. Debates about how the film will fit into the Marvel Universe Franchise, who the prospected (and possibly female) directors are, and even what exactly the movie will be about has got the Internet twittering, but my mind is focused on one critical thing: who is going to play the first ever live-action Carol Danvers?
The Stargate SG-1 Season Five Minicaps is considering hitching a ride with the USS Voyager to get back home.
Last season, our heroes had to deal with the growing threat of Apophis, and his growing army. This led to a deadly gambit where SG-1 would destroy a sun as Apophis’ fleet was lured into that sun’s solar system. But, Teal’c was wounded and taken onto Apophis’ ship, and then the team’s escape from the supernova ended up putting them in another galaxy. As if things weren’t bad enough, Apophis’ flagship arrives with them as well! So how does SG-1 get out of this pickle? Continue reading
So if you’ve been following the teases for the next season of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, you might have heard the phrase “Secret Warriors” come up. What does that mean to this show? Clearly its a link to something related to Marvel comics, but what exactly? Hopefully this brief article will help explain that comic book connection. Continue reading
While I absolutely love attending San Diego Comic Con, this year real life has kept me at home and watching the news online for all the latest nerd tidbits.
With the release of another Terminator movie this month, one of the better versions of this franchise came in 2008, just not on the big screen. The Fox TV show,Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, seemed like an odd choice for a franchise that had entered blockbuster territory after Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Being the original Terminator was a low budget affair that maximized its budget to become a influential Sci-Fi movie, could a weekly TV show do justice to that? In a word: Continue reading
The Stargate SG-1 Season Four Minicaps is not advocating destroying stars. Just to be clear about that to star destroyers. Hah! Got you with that joke, huh?
Despite their attempts to sabotage Apophis’ rise to power, their efforts have inadvertently led to him gaining more power than ever before. Well, we’re at the end of season four, so all of this has to come to a head, right? Oh, does it ever in this round of minicaps… Continue reading