Chewbacca Dying Was A Good Story Idea (If it wasn’t clear from that title, this article contains basically nothing but spoilers for The Rise of Skywalker, The Last Jedi, and The Force Awakens.) Chewbacca needed to die. Leia needed to not save herself with Force flying in The Last Jedi. They needed to be ended….
(NOTE BEFORE READING: Use the links. They’re your friends.) We begin our Week of Chaos (READ THIS) with a piece that requires little introduction. Among our oldest Friday Fiction pieces, “Garbage Man” was requested by the Editor-in-Chief of Sci-Fi Bloggers to be prepared and ready for the upcoming segment in one night. And so it was that Brandon Scott became…
Tuning in… Ladies and gentlemen… …may I have your attention, please? *Cue music.* You’ve been patient. You’ve been diligent. You’ve been loyal. Now… …for demonstrating such tremendous qualities… …such incredible attributes… …you… …shall… …be… …rewarded. Friends… …bloggers… …Earthlings… …lend me your ears. The time has come, yet again, for you to get your proper dose……
Count Spatula unbinds the Editor-in-Chief. The man falls to the floor, clutching his wrists. The count tells him that he has done all he’s needed to. Now, with a weapon pressed against his back, the Fictionmonger will announce Dylan Alexander’s latest work. …I understand but—GAH! Okay! You don’t have to be so—just let me do…
Guess what? It’s spoiler free! —The Editor Captain America: The Winter Soldier has a lot of responsibilities to balance for a superhero action film. It’s a Captain America sequel, an Avengers sequel, and an important building block in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) Phase Two. With fiery car chases, martial arts duels, and more S.H.I.E.L.D….
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! We’ve all contemplated it at one point or another, tossed the idea back and forth in our minds. You know the one, the concept that this beautiful world in which we’re living is, in actuality, an elaborate fabrication. It’s that eerie suspicion that something this complex, this intricate, couldn’t possibly be real….
Orson Scott Card’s philosophical sci-fi thriller, Ender’s Game, is one of the most riveting, exciting, thought-provoking, powerful books I’ve ever read. Tears flowed as the ending came, revealing that this story wasn’t just about fighting aliens and saving the world, but about love, communication, and understanding. I’ve ranked it up there with Ray Bradbury’s…
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