Monthly Archives: September 2011

Movie review: Space Battleship Yamato (2010 live action)

I imprinted on Leiji Matsumoto’s works at a very early age. I was about 5 (we only had HBO for a year), and I was watching the cartoons they showed one day. There was a kid, a space train, and this woman with long blonde hair, which was all I could rem… Continue reading

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Movie review: Space Battleship Yamato (2010 live action)

I imprinted on Leiji Matsumoto’s works at a very early age. I was about 5 (we only had HBO for a year), and I was watching the cartoons they showed one day. There was a kid, a space train, and … Continue reading

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Back from Dragon*Con

I’ve actually been back since Monday evening, but Tuesday my lack of sleep caught up with me in the form of a low-grade migraine (sinus pressure, headache, no appetite, mild sensitivity to light), and yesterday I had to get back into my normal routine…. Continue reading

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Back from Dragon*Con

I’ve actually been back since Monday evening, but Tuesday my lack of sleep caught up with me in the form of a low-grade migraine (sinus pressure, headache, no appetite, mild sensitivity to light), and yesterday I had to get back … Continue reading

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Book review: When the Tide Rises

When the Tide Rises, David Drake. 2008, Baen Books.

This is the sixth novel in Drake’s RCN series. I haven’t read any of the previous books, but that didn’t make much difference, as far as I can tell. Perhaps I missed some of the in-jokes or reference… Continue reading

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Book review: When the Tide Rises

When the Tide Rises, David Drake. 2008, Baen Books. This is the sixth novel in Drake’s RCN series. I haven’t read any of the previous books, but that didn’t make much difference, as far as I can tell. Perhaps I … Continue reading

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Book review: 1632

1632, by Eric Flint. 2000, Baen. Available in print and at the Baen Free Library

The premise behind 1632 and its sequels is that a mining town in West Virginia from the year 2000 is magically swapped with an equal-sized piece of land in Thuringia in 1… Continue reading

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Book review: 1632

1632, by Eric Flint. 2000, Baen. Available in print and at the Baen Free Library The premise behind 1632 and its sequels is that a mining town in West Virginia from the year 2000 is magically swapped with an equal-sized … Continue reading

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