Please bare with me as I enter some kind of reviewer's existential crisis.
This article is the first in a series of articles that will be picking apart each and every episode. Let's get straight into it then with "The Vulcan Hello".
Fans have eagerly awaited the day when The Tower, The Man in Black and The Gunslinger would finally step onto our screens, and now it's here.
Futurequake is an anthology series, but I hadn’t actually read any of it yet. I really should have – look at that cover!
"The crew of a colonist ship that stumbles across a strange signal and goes to investigate. There’s no way that could go wrong. Needless to say, it goes wrong."
This one had an interesting enough cover and art for me to come back to it a week after I first saw it. That high sci-fi look is a real draw, and even better that it reflects
‘Several prisoners work together to escape a high-security, outer space debtors' prison when the A.I perversely instantiates a new routine that turns robot guards against the prisoners.’
‘Iris follows the story of a young woman who is assaulted, kills her assaulter in self-defence, and is rescued by a vigilante. Once safe, Iris is smuggled into the prosperous city of Andris, where she witnesses abuse