Tag: science fiction

Mantis Fratricide?

It appears someone found the giant mantis mentioned earlier this week. The description sounds like classic cold war stuff: “Dilke had been miniaturized, first man in a daring experiment to solve Earth’s hideous overcrowding. He […]

Book Review: The War against the Chtorr

Bug Rating: Synopsis: Long-winded Libertarians lead the fight against an extra-terrestrial insectish species in this 1983 sci-fi novel. I had such high hopes for this book. Its cover promised all sorts of awesome. And then, […]

MST3K rides again!

There are no words to convey how totally GEEKED I am about this. You can buy your copy (or one for me, if you want major brownie points!) at EZtakes. You can also read a […]

Vampire haiku, etc.

These made me laugh, and I’m in favor of laughing on a Sunday, which is almost Monday. Which means I have to get back to work and quit goofing off. Should have worked out more […]