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Robots and Humans Face Off in Mark Freiburger’s EXILE

There’s something about androids, isn’t there? Their metallic bodies, cybernetic components and humanoid appearance capture the attention of sci-fi fans, filling screens with the question of what it means to be human, alive, sentient. There’s a rich tradition of androids in sci-fi, from I ROBOT to BLADE RUNNER to EX MACHINA to WESTWORLD. And now the short film EXILE by ...

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Red Velvet Revolution: The Making of a Dystopian Sci-Fi Web Series

Red Velvet Revolution by Vivien Rosewood on The Fantasy News Network

Creating indie sci-fi is a labor of love—even more so when the budget is near zero. That’s the case with RED VELVET REVOLUTION, which creates a dystopian future in which people’s lives are directed like reality shows without their knowledge. The characters in RED VELVET REVOLUTION don’t realize their lives are being scripted. And not everyone behind the scenes approves of ...

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Remembering Stan Lee and His Legacy in Comics

Stan Lee

The comics community lost a legend. Stan Lee, co-creator of many of Marvel’s established comic book characters, passed away at age 95 at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. His death was confirmed by Kirk Schenk, attorney for Lee’s daughter, J.C. Lee. “Stan Lee was as extraordinary as the characters he created,” said Disney CEO Bob Iger. “A super ...

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Faith and Fandom: One Man’s Quest to Take the Gospel to the Geeks

  Hector Miray is a man on a quest. As a pastor, his life’s mission is to spread the message of Jesus Christ. But Hector is no ordinary preacher. He writes devotionals that illustrate biblical themes using characters from DC Comics and popular shows like “Doctor Who.” Then he takes his work to a venue that few ministries have tapped ...

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The Way of the Warrior: Jason David Frank’s Disciplines for Success (Part 1)

A young man walked into an acting agency. Confident and competitive, he’d already proven himself as a successful entrepreneur owning his very own karate school. Now he chased another dream. An agent told him he’d be happy to represent him. There was just one problem: the aspiring actor’s hair. “I had a ponytail … I had long hair,” he recalled ...

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First Impressions of The Last Jedi through other Sci-Fi

The Legendarium team is excited about Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s success! Then again, most people predicted it would go beyond our expectations. Here’s what Legendarium contributor Dom Nardi has to say about the latest installment from a galaxy far, far away: One of my biggest critiques of Star Wars: The Force Awakens was that it relied too much on nostalgia. At times, ...

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Jason David Frank on Faith and How to Make Comic Cons Safer

  Jason David Frank doesn’t just play superheroes on TV. He lives it. Jason is most famous for playing Tommy Oliver, the Green and (later) White Ranger in Saban’s “The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers” TV show. Soon, fans will see him play the character Bloodshot in the upcoming “Ninjak vs. the Valiant Universe” which is based on the revived Valiant ...

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Zombie Orpheus launches Fan Supported and Creator Distributed Streaming Network

Zombie Orpheus Entertainment has created a platform for storytelling. It includes streaming of unique content that is created by fans of the same things that we love. It’s called ZOE Premium. They invite people like you to contribute to the stories that are being told there, to help shape content created by the community there. This is a big idea, ...

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The Talking Dead: Exclusive Interviews with Barbara and Johnny from Game-Changing Zombie Classic “Night of the Living Dead”

    Two of the cast members from “Night of the Living Dead” attended the “Mad Monster Party 2017” event. Judith O’Dea, who played the role of Barbara and will reprise that role in the upcoming “Night of the Living Dead: Genesis,” draws her fans into relaxed conversation with her winsome smile and polished speech. Russ Streiner, who both produced ...

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