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SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-09-24

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  • Cartoonist Jeffrey Brown appears at Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville, IL on Saturday October 11th at 11:00 AM to sign his Star Wars books Darth Vader and Son, Vader’s Little Princess, Jedi Academy, and Goodnight Darth Vader in celebration of Star Wars Reads Day!
  • Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin will sign and discuss their new book A Vision of Fire at the Barnes & Noble in Tribeca on Wednesday October 8, 2014 at 6:00 PM! Must purchase a book.
  • Horror fans from around the world will descend on Orlando for Spooky Empire’s Ultimate Horror Weekend at the DoubleTree by Hilton at Universal Studios October 24th -26th
  • Novelist R.A. Salvatore appears at Powell’s City of Books in Beaverton, OR on Monday, October 13th, 2014 at 7:00 pm to sign his new book, Rise of the King: Companions Codex, II!

Crowd Funding

  • Apocalypse: Galactic Arena – In the Apocalypse Universe, heroes fight for the entertainment of the crowds. Single combat or Team vs Team. Choose your champions, choose their abilities!
  • LIFECELL– an original, sci-fi short film set in a future, dystopia where everyone runs on batteries.



  • Jacob LaRocca displayed a duct tape Serenity at this year’s Maker Faire–if you’d like to learn how to make a Firefly-class ship of your own, head over to Imgur. (via io9)
  • The Storied Evolution of the Star Wars Logo: When it comes to movie logos (or franchises for that matter) there are few as iconic as the now classic Star Wars trilogy… but how well do we really know the design behind that logo?

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2 Comments on SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-09-24

  1. Back when LOST first premiered, they downplayed the fantastical aspects of the show. So my impression was that it was going to be a show about an airliner crash on an unidentified island, and the efforts of the crash survivors to stay alive until rescue or escape. “GILLIGAN’S ISLAND, played straight” was what I thought it was going to be. So I never bothered catching the premiere. It wasn’t until about halfway thru the first season I finally realized it was fantasy, but by then I didn’t feel like expending the effort to catch up. So I never watched the show.

    From what I’ve heard since the show ended, I had a narrow escape.

    • There were a lot of truly fantastic episodes of Lost. Where the series fell down was in failing to tie together all of the episodes into one cohesive narrative. By the last season, there were just too many mysteries and loose ends to tie up satisfactorily.

      If you’re ever curious enough to try a taste, I would recommend the fourteenth episode of Season 3, “Exposé.” It a good example of what Lost is all about, and you don’t need to be a fan to enjoy the ending.

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