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Steven Brust’s The Khaavren Romances Can Be Your New Fantasy Obsession

Swash-buckling action, romance, and political intrigue, Steven Brust’s The Khaavren Romances offers an epic spin to the d’Artagnan Romances by Alexandre Dumas, reimagining the French classic in the fictional world of Dragaera. The Khaavren Romances has been compared to Game of Thrones in terms of complexity, but in our opinion, …

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Science and Reason: Why is Hard Science Fiction More Believable?

One of the most beloved works of science fiction is the original “Star Trek.” The show follows the crew of the Enterprise as they explore new worlds. Aside from “Star Trek” memes, it also sometimes predicted future technologies like flip phones and teleconferencing. However, for all of the scientific concepts …

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Screaming in the Void: What’s So Scary About Space Horror Movies?

“In space, no one can hear you scream.” These were the words emblazoned on the posters and billboards of the first movie of the “Alien” franchise. First released in 1979, the movie was an instant success, launching a franchise that would go on to earn more than 1.6 billion dollars. …

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Star Trek’s Starfleet Ranks and Character Survivability Explained

There are plenty of reasons for Trekkies, the hardcore fans of vintage sci-fi series “Star Trek,” to get excited. CBS has announced a new series, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,  which will feature the return of episodic adventures rather than serialized stories. The internet can expect a flurry of new …

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Live Long and Prosper: Why are Star Trek Memes and Concepts So Enduring?

It has been over 50 years since the first time Captain James Kirk proclaimed the mission of the Enterprise and its goal to “boldly go where no man has gone before.” Despite being a niche television show by that era’s standards, “Star Trek” has managed not only to endure but …

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