Michael is back with a really classic game for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s The Legend of Dragoon!
In the two hour series pilot, we meet grumpy Picard, beardless Riker, be-sweatered Wesley, and Q. There might also be space-jellyfish, ineffectual governors, and minidresses. In preparation for the Picard series, Unimatrix 47 is hitting highlights and lowlights of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Michael’s back with a film for this week’s Movie Monday that he watched quite recently. It’s About Time!
The Orville ends season two with more wibbly wobbly timey wimey-ness and jumps from Star Trek to a mix of Star Wars and Firefly, but at least we know that at the end of the world, there will be Twinkies.
Michael’s back with a Dark Fantasy series for this week’s Translation Necessary Thursday. It’s Kuro no Maou by Hishi Kage Dairi!
Michael’s back with a post that is very late in being posted, but it’s better late than never, for this week’s Anime Sunday. It’s his Winners of 2018 post!
Following on from Such Sweet Sorrow Part 1, Discovery and her crew square off against Control and its armada with aid from unexpected places bringing season two to a satisfying, if frenetic, close.
Michael’s back with a series that reminded him of something he forgot for this week’s Bookish Wednesday. It’s The Gorgon Bride by Galen Surlak-Ramsey!
Michael’s back with another LitRPG Web Novel for this week’s Serial Saturday. It’s Upheaval Chapters 0-8 by Hodhandr!
In season two’s penultimate episode, we explore just how Kelly has changed over the last seven years, how the events of those years have impacted her, and see just whether Ed has also matured. Yep, the Orville goes wibbly wobbly with mixed results.