Necrotech by K.C. Alexander. Angry Robot Books, 2016.
Nanoshock by K.C. Alexander. Angry Robot Books, 2017.
Filthy, angry, and a lot of fun. "Profane & Proud" is written on the back of
Nanoshock, and they mean it. Reads like a great Cyberpunk 2020
campaign. That's maybe unfair - there's a lot more going on in these books than
in your average game of CP2020 - but it's the comparison that immediately comes
I'm a fan.
Posting because I've just started Nanoshock.
The TV announcer voice says: And now: Tron. Starring Jeff Bridges and
Taped off TV - Fox 49 KPDX - some time
in 1995. (There's an advertisement for the Jerky Boys
movie during one of the commercial breaks, which conveniently dates the
broadcast). The screenshots you see here are of an x264 (CRF 23) digital
recording of an EP Mode VHS tape. I wonder how many generations down the line
This is how I've always watched Tron.
Low-res, 4:3 pan & scan, edited, with commercials.
Odin: Photon Space Sailer Starlight, 1985.
Taped off the Sci-Fi channel some time in the '90s. Subsequently
copied and recopied; screenshots below are from a digital recording of a
beat up EP mode VHS tape.
An infamously bad movie with some beautiful visuals. Remembered as a boring
rehash of ideas and imagery better presented in
Space Battleship Yamato.
Features a couple of songs ("Gotta Fight", "Odin") by
Anime World Order podcast
for a great discussion of this movie (and how terrible it is).