I don't know about you, but I enjoy good Sci-Fi. The type that explores an issue, rather than the black box solution. I think Star Trek Voyager was the perfect example of this. The episode was either fantastic or a complete let-down. When the writers had an off day, a 'magic' piece of technology would save the day. Argh!
But then there's fantasy. What if you could have your fantasy belt? What little piece of technological magic would make your dreams come true? Good Sci-Fi is also based on reality, otherwise it's Fantasy. (Which again falls into two categories: a challenging exploration of issues or pixie droppings.) Anyway, enjoy my issues!
2 days ago