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Welcome to the first installment of our Space Cases recap series at the Intergalactic Academy! For an introduction, please see this post, and feel free to watch along with us on youtube! Our series begins with a cold cut to a bad CGI space station spinning through space to some EPIC MUSIC (which is all wonky […] More »


Welcome  to the first stop on the official Cinder Blog Tour, and thanks so much to the phenomenal Intergalactic Academy for getting it started off right! Today’s topic was Phoebe’s idea—she asked if I could write a bit about a sci-fi work that inspired Cinder, and it took about half a second for me to […] More »


I spent this weekend doing something I can honestly say I never thought I would–painting a bright blue tote bag to look like a time machine. I’ve been hanging around a lot on reddit’s /r/doctorwho lately, and I suppose you could say that the community’s been rubbing off on me. While I haven’t quite descended […] More »

Terra Nova TV Series

We’re almost halfway into the first (and possibly only) season of the FOX television series Terra Nova. Critical and viewer reactions have been mixed, but one thing is clear–this big-budget show about time travel and dinosaurs is reaching for an intergenerational audience. It’s one of the hallmarks of a Spielberg production, of course–to explore societal […] More »


Star Trek: The Original Series celebrated its 45th anniversary earlier this month. The groundbreaking ’60s series, created by Gene Roddenberry and originally produced by Lucille Ball’s Desilu Studios, laid the groundwork for many science fiction media franchises to follow, from Star Wars to Firefly. Later Star Trek series were a bit more transparent in their bids for younger […] More »

Author Nick James

 Trigun – Anime with Just the Right Blend of Humor and Drama I’m a huge fan of so many diverse things, and because of that my writing can sometimes be a hodge-podge of different influences. The Skyship Academy series, in particular, borrows elements from so many of my favorite books, comics, movies, anime, television. You […] More »

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