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  • Writer offers sneak peek at Alien: Covenant

    Acheron Bound and Down: The Obvious and Disappointing Plot of Alien: Covenant   The wheels have slowly been turning for some time to make it easier to guess the plotline of the sequel to Ridley Scott’s 2012 Alien prequel Prometheus…. Read More ›

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  • Alien abduction might be the least of our woes

    Review: Filter Trap A.L. Lorentz, 457 pages All of us have been abducted by aliens. I know that might sound scary, or weird, or both, but that’s just the beginning of the story I’m about to share with you. A.L…. Read More ›

  • ‘Six Million Dollar Man’ reboot to be called ‘Six Billion Dollar Gender-Neutral Person’

    BURBANK – Plans to remake a popular science fiction show from the 1970s called The Six Million Dollar Man and rename it The Six Billion Dollar Gender-Neutral Person prompted public backlash this week after television viewers intended for the broadcast… Read More ›

  • Alien investigators: Earth is ‘ripe’ for invasion

    SAN FRANCISCO – A group of astronomers, academics and engineers who defied their governments by working together secretly for years announced Tuesday they have conclusive evidence that an alien invasion of Earth is imminent and that drastic steps need to… Read More ›

  • Time traveler’s ‘boring’ message about future bums sci-fi fans

    ESCONDIDO – A man claiming to be a visitor from the year 2084 addressed a crowd of curious bystanders on the footsteps of a local Buddhist retreat on Saturday to offer news about the state of the future, little of… Read More ›

  • Our computer overlords may not save us

    Review: Epic Robot Fail Illustrated short story collection Jake Anderson, 69 pages Epic Robot Fail is a collection of four tales based in Los Angeles in 2084 at a time when artificial intelligence begins to supersede human intelligence. As a… Read More ›

  • X-Wing, TIE fighter drones compete for suburban air supremacy

    BALBOA PARK – A gathering of teens with aspirations of playing out science fiction fantasies met Saturday, and with the help of drones, competed in a first-of-its-kind ‘space battle.’ The first annual Star Flight Tournament drew more than 50 participants… Read More ›

  • Witnesses say vigilante is superhero, not murderer

    LOS ANGELES – Witnesses took the stand this week in the trial of a vigilante they regard as a superhero with extraordinary abilities but law enforcement officers regard as a murder suspect who allegedly bypassed the legal system to bring… Read More ›

  • Doc’s advice to NTS patients: Get a non-virtual life

    MALIBU – A rehabilitation facility celebrating its grand opening and dedicated to helping people cope with a newly identified tech disorder is already at maximum occupancy, according to site administrators. “We currently have a six month waiting list, and while… Read More ›

  • Alleged murderer: Rift in space-time continuum makes victims ‘disappear’

    SCOTTSDALE – Authorities are scrambling to determine whether a retired restaurateur with ties to organized crime is responsible for killing countless adversaries who have shown up on his doorstep, or if his alibi is true that a multi-dimensional portal located… Read More ›

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