Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Books – El Eternauta

The only valid heroe is the heroe in group, never the individual heroe, the heroe alone. El Eternauta has become a classic of Argentinian graphic novels over the years, and there are more than one reason why we should pay attention … Continue reading

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Books – The War of the Worlds

Are we such apostles of mercy as to complain if the Martians warred in the same spirit? Encouraged by the Sci-Fi reading challenge I joined this year and accompanied by a love for classics, I decided to go to the … Continue reading

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Books – Journey to the Center of the Earth

We see that science is eminently perfectible, and that each theory has constantly to give way to a fresh one. I’ve always admired Jules Verne for being so ahead of his time. Isn’t it amazing that he wrote about space … Continue reading

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Books – The Walking Dead

Things? You mean those monsters there are at the hospital? Who are you? What the hell is going on? I’ve never been that into zombie stories, but I happen to love the TV series The Walking Dead. I could watch … Continue reading

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Movies – Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

He is the chosen one. He will bring balance. Train him. Sixteen years after the end of the original Star Wars trilogy (1977-1983), a prequel of it was released. Avid fans all over the world were awaiting it full of … Continue reading

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