Comics · Queer · Sci-Fi

Review: O Human Star by Blue Delliquanti

Today I bring you the shortest of reviews. I won’t waste your time — you could be spending it reading this book, after all: O Human Star is a comic which the creator, Blue Delliquanti, identifies as a “science fiction family drama.” It’s full of queer characters and robots. Some of the queer characters ARE robots. All…… Continue reading Review: O Human Star by Blue Delliquanti

Sci-Fi · TV & Movies

Doctor Who Review: “In the Forest of the Night” (with finale predictions)

I didn’t dislike this episode as much as the ones I hated… But I didn’t like it as much as even “Mummy on the Orient Express,” a good episode just brought down by Clara Oswald’s existence. It was basically on par with last week’s “Flatline” for me — just meh. It didn’t hang together. It…… Continue reading Doctor Who Review: “In the Forest of the Night” (with finale predictions)

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Doctor Who Review: “The Caretaker”

I enjoyed “Time Heist,” but as the week wore on, I was less and less satisfied with it. “The Caretaker” just left me unimpressed from the start. (I did have extremely vivid dreams about being Twelve’s companion after watching it last night, though, for whatever that’s worth!) For starters, why did the Doctor appear just to tell Clara “no…… Continue reading Doctor Who Review: “The Caretaker”

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Doctor Who Review: “Robot of Sherwood”

Contains spoilers. Well, this episode was a bit silly. It kind of felt like the crazy adventures Eleven might have had in between episodes, and I’m not sure that’s entirely a compliment. It’s just so over-the-top and ridiculous, like one big bombastic joke. Robin Hood is a flashy uber-Robin Hood with uber-Merry Men in the…… Continue reading Doctor Who Review: “Robot of Sherwood”