Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The shirt every science fiction fan should own!

What more is there to say?

22 comments:

JenMo said...

Yeah I'm going to need one of those!

Steven L. Kent said...

JenMo, I thought that would catch your discerning eye.

JenMo said...

For some reason seeing the ol' Enterprise D has put the theme song from ST:TNG In my head. Replacing "We Saw Your Boobs" by Seth Macfarland. That one has been running on repeat since Sunday.

Steven L. Kent said...

JenMo, you are definitely unique.

naens said...

that shirt would get you killed at a sci-fi convention. :P

Joshua Tamasovich said...

I can't wait for Disney's Star Wars on Ice, I would wear this shirt to that!

naens said...

i just hope they dont ruin the entire saga xD

Steven L. Kent said...

You don't think Lucas beat them to the punch?

JenMo said...

I dunno. Have you watched any of The Clone Wars cartoon series? It's really pretty good, and adds quite a bit to the world of Star Wars.

Steven L. Kent said...

Only saw the movie... wasn't dazzled.

JenMo said...

The series is really done well, and it doesn't focus solely on Anaken Skywalker. There was a 3 episode arc about R2D2 and a squad of droids sent on a undercover mission that was great.

Steven L. Kent said...

In truth, I have heard good things.

naens said...

i didnt like the dorid ark, but i love episodes that focus on the clones. in truth ive missed most of season 5 though. its pretty good series with only a few dull or bad episodes.

Joshua Tamasovich said...

JenMo...the cartoon series is no more then Star Wars with a Aesop’s Fables ending...

I want to see Darth Maul lob off a candle stick from the candle guy from Beauty and the Beast on ice...I would not pay money to see it...unless it was an Olympic event... but I think it would be a justice to the industry...maybe?

JenMo said...

Josh, when cartoons are done well, they teach kids (and remind adults) about right and wrong, and to believe in heroes and good causes. I'm not sure what kind of person I'd be without Thundercats, GI Joe, He-Man and She-Ra. Of course in the 80s we were beat over the head with a synopsis of the moral of the story after each episode, cause "knowing is half the battle."

If kids are getting those lessons in Star Wars form, I'm all for it. Beats Spongebob.

Joshua Tamasovich said...

I have no idea what someone could ever learn from Sponge Bob.

Steven L. Kent said...

You know, when my kids were younger I put a good block of time into trying to master that laugh.

JenMo said...

Ok now that's just adorable Steven.

Steven L. Kent said...

Of course you have already been redshirted. A few of you have appeared in previous books and survived--notably Chris Nobles, and Hunter Ritz... and that wisecracking engineer, Aaron Spuler, is alive somewhere as well.

JenMo said...

I think threads are getting mixed up. Though despite a spectacular violent death, I still wish Dr jennifer would have survived. She was fun.

Steven L. Kent said...

You are right, I got confused. Baaaaaaaaaaaaaa Baaaaaaaaaaaa Baaaaaaaa Baaaaaaaaaaaaaa Baaaaaaaaaa Baaaaaaaaa

Good one JenMo.

naens said...

in the case of good causes, dont forget the republic was corrupt and the war, and indeed the saga, was comepletly engineered by palpatine. we need a palpatine for harris. :P