Man of Steel Six Years Later Is Krypton That Backward?

If I say the name, Superman, we all recall the man from Krypton flying and lifting cars. Eighty-one years old and to this day, the Kryptonian still captivates our imagination. After numerous incarnation, Henry Cavill hit the big screen with the CGI cape. Here we are, six years later.

Man of Steel Summary

With the imminent destruction of Krypton, their home planet, Jor-El and his wife seek to preserve their race by sending their infant son to Earth. The child’s spacecraft lands at the farm of Jonathan and Martha Kent, who name him Clark and raise him as their son. Though his extraordinary abilities have led to the adult Clark living on the fringe of society, he finds he must become a hero to save those he loves from a dire threat. — Google

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Frankenstein Book Cover Reveal from the Supra Project

Would you like to know what happens when a sci-fi books nerdy girl who likes horror decides to write a novel series about multidimensional war? Come read about Aliens, Androids, starships and battles, torture and gore: FRANKENSTEIN is arriving soon!

The SUPRA PROJECT Series

The Slicer was built to map the multidimensional wormholes and black holes in the universe. The crew would and went where no one else dared, as there was no guarantee of ever returning home.

Commanded by a rather strange captain, its crew faced the darkest demons that the universe had to offer. The Slicer crew was continually on high alert.

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The Underrated Event Horizon

When the Event Horizon, a spacecraft that vanished years earlier, suddenly reappears, a team is dispatched to investigate the ship. Accompanied by the Event Horizon’s creator, William Weir, the crew of the Lewis and Clark, led by Capt. Miller, begins to explore the seemingly abandoned vessel. However, it soon becomes evident that something sinister resides in its corridors, and that the horrors that befell the Event Horizon’s previous journey are still present. — IMDB

1997 People Had Hope!

When my mother went to Blockbusters, we were members with our cards and all where six movies would cost only like $10.00 for rentals. Good times! Well, I was a fan of the Alien franchise, Ripley being a role model to me. I wanted to watch Alien III because it was the one I didn’t watch, but the movie wasn’t there.

The guy behind the counter suggested Event Horizon. He said that the movie was science-fiction and horror mixed together. He said I’d like it. So, my mother rented it, and when coming home, we put pushed play on the VHS and the movie that changed my perception of time and space started.

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A New Sci-Fi

“Universal law is for lackeys. Context is for Kings,” is a quote from Star Trek Discovery. It was said by one of my favorite Star Trek characters of all time despite its short live glory in the show, Captain Gabriel Lorca. It is an understatement to say it inspired my entire sci-fi series.

One Quote Is One Series

When the news of Star Trek Discovery hitting the small screen spread, I jumped on the occasion to be its reviewer for The Geek Initiative. Glued to my television every Thursday, I needed to see what would happen next. Of course, many thought the show to be too different than its predecessors and violated what it represented.

I watched it with an opened mind. I do understand why many trekkers disliked it just as well as I understood why it attracted newer and younger viewers. The look in itself was above and beyond any other Star Trek before and pushed the boundaries of what is used to be. The bold moves they made with the look of Klingons, and they dared stain Starfleet.

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