Even a toyline can become a classic work of science fiction

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Original photo by D1_TheOne on Pixabay.

Toys Before Fiction


I’m not saying these are the best, but they are

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Illustration by author.
  1. Mourning Beloveth / The Ruins of Beverast, Please Don’t Walk on the Mass Graves (Ván Records)


When the going gets weird, the weird get metal

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Illustration by author.


After battle come unsettling visitors.

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Schonchin Butte cinder cone, Medicine Lake Volcano, California. By Beej Jorgensen, Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.


To one unholy victor go the spoils.

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Witches’ Sabbath (1821–1823) by Francisco Goya. Public domain. Source: Wikipedia.


People thought the Beatles were back

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Exoplanet GJ 504b. Courtesy of NASA Goddard.

Klaatu Lands


Jazz-rocker Donald Fagen’s futurescape is only utopian on the outside

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Image by Computerizer from Pixabay.

The Future Is Bright


A Heavy Metal Inquiry: “Wicked Witch” by Demons & Wizards.

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Momba in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910). Public domain.

Who Is Demons & Wizards?


Fantasy fiction has given each one a sword of her own

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Illustration by author.


Sheena Easton’s hi-NRG cover album — fierce or fumbling?

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Photo by Alexander Popov on Unsplash.

About

J.P. Williams

I write about the intersection of arts and ideas, my small contribution to the #ThinGraphiteLine between civilization and its collapse.

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