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9a6f09  No.21[Reply]

Guidelines:

>png or gif

>Need to be smaller than 500kb

>300 x 100px

Let's see what you've got.

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341713  No.517




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700525  No.19[Reply]

>Board is NSFW, so don't freak out if you see elf tits

>Typical imageboard rules apply: no illegal stuff, no spam, and if the Brownpill people can control themselves, I'd appreciate it.

>No raids

More rules will be added if circumstances require them.

I'm pretty laissez-faire with moderation, so if you get a ban, understand that you've fucked up badly. I WILL read the appeals, however, instead of just ignoring them like some boards' moderation staff. For the most part, though, bans will be restricted to anyone breaking the rules.

If your thread gets derailed, don't come bitching to me about it. Instead, show some gumption and drag it back onto its rails by your teeth, if you have to. That or go with the flow.

If you have ideas on how to improve the board, I'm all ears, but all final decisions are mine.

Welcome to /scifi/, troopers.

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>>190

>mfw I checked today's standings

Does it get any better than this?

EDIT: The 42 refers to unique IPs, not our place in the top 100.

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069789  No.794[Reply]

Why don't sci-fi writers make spess weapons as monstrous as what actual scientists can conceptualize using real physics? Pic related.

e039a5  No.798

fucking soy wars did stellasers already, what are you talking about?


85e05e  No.799

It's hard to tell a good story about lasers and railguns sniping you from across space with little hope of dodging it. Making traditional weapons allows a more traditional story


ee0b3b  No.802

>>794

>that pic

explain?

also, i just read the commonwealth saga which features blowing up stars as a weapon.




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4fa397  No.271[Reply]

What does this board think of mecha? Can it be real science fiction or is it all just weaboo warrior faggotry? Is Patlabor hard scifi?

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a71086  No.788

>>271

Would be an expensive show.


cd3f50  No.795

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0bb805  No.797

civilian and industrial mecha probably, i don't know if war mecha will ever be a thing though because most modern and future warfare can just be done with lasers and missiles.


b8a909  No.800

Power armour and mechs make sense when you need human mobility and heavy armour. Like in Starship troopers where they're fighting in caves. Tanks can't fit in, air support can only bomb it. Send in some power armour to capture things and you have an use for them.

Mechs aren't an universal war machine but they're far from unusable. Especially for building things in space where you can't use traditional tools and having limbs would be useful


b8a909  No.801

Power armour and mechs make sense when you need human mobility and heavy armour. Like in Starship troopers where they're fighting in caves. Tanks can't fit in, air support can only bomb it. Send in some power armour to capture things and you have an use for them.

Mechs aren't an universal war machine but they're far from unusable. Especially for building things in space where you can't use traditional tools and having limbs would be useful>>797




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75fa34  No.782[Reply]

I've been too busy with IRL crap to properly focus on this board and /startrek/, so I'm willing to hand them over to anyone who wants them. Please take care of them. I'll still stop by when I can to shitpost and dump images, but, small as they are, the boards deserve more attention than I've been able to give them.

Send an email to startrekbo@mail.com, and I'll hand over the boards, usernames, and passwords to the first person to get there with the answer to this question: In the movie, Argo, starring Ben Affleck, what was the real-life novel that the in-movie fake Argo was based on, written by which author?

Don't use a ten-minute email, because I might not get back to you in time. Just make a fake mail.com burner account. Now that I think about it, I'll be hanging on to the startrekbo email (registered some shit with it), so you might as well make an official account for your new duties.

Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the board and to /startrek/.

EDIT: I've also apparently forgotten how to BO-post my name properly. More proof that it's time to pass things on.

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5184c5  No.796

>>782

Seriously? No takers?




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e952fc  No.68[Reply]

Trying to get into the expanse since Diversity is unwatchable garbage and I need my scifi fix. I'm a few episodes in, does it get any better?

The good:

>the whole mystery substance and the intrigue surrounding it

>Mars as space natsocs

>Visual identity/worldbuilding

>pilot is pretty cool, though a brown texan is a little weird

The bad:

>nigger-tier working class with jamaican/south african accent and room temperature IQ and protoculture to match

>cop protagonist is incredibly fucking annoying in his delivery and demeanor

>stronk indypyndynt engineer negress of color who don't need no modesty

>stronk indypyndynt jihadi of color who don't need no acting ability

>racially ambiguous faggot as captain

>muh 8 parents

>weak ineffective villain characters

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fa3935  No.284

>>227

you mean you don't have starship trooper always playing in the background?


25e764  No.308

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>>284

>playing

You'd better mean an audiobook.

I guess I should clarify what I meant: I loved Starship Troopers, but I want CY+2.9 redpill science fiction. Not this faggy "If you want a prestigious award, you need to include stronk wymyn and transsexual characters" bullshit that infests the industry.


296d1c  No.789

>>308

The only way you would ever get this is to spend millions on your own


81a158  No.790

>>789

>replying to a year old post

I too dream of /scifi/ not being a dessicated corpse of a board anon.


000000  No.793

>>120

step outside and take a breath of fresh air. there's diversity irl and nobody was born the way they were to impact shit

>>790

or it would be if the thread would actually diiiiie




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85edf6  No.329[Reply]

What are some great obscure sci-fi series?

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988500  No.661

>>520

>The remake series is probably the more obscure of the two.

Remake was boring right up to the cliff-hanger before the cancellation… every fucking time


bf2f52  No.663

>>661

I'd love to know how quadriped lizards were able to fit inside human shells.


48cc2e  No.690

No one wanting to find episodes on youtube and put together playlists of this shit?


6f88c6  No.791

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>>390

>>391

Lexx is fairly obscure at this point. Considering what was in it, Lexx would not fly today at all, and will be memory-holed in few years. Same with Farscape. It did not go as far as Lexx, but it was weird and unapologetic enough to bother some people today.


b669b3  No.792

>>791

The women are unapologetically sexy, and rape is frequently used for comic purposes. Lexx would definitely struggle today.




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be0364  No.787[Reply]

lunar high is the best fucking book in the world

prove me wrong (you cant



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c86ff8  No.785[Reply]

Do you wish to express how Novels, Comic Books, Video Games, etc. effect you? In the Remarkable Marsh Discord server you have a chance to review the things you enjoy, recommend them, or just lurk and read what others have to say. Whether it's Sci-Fi, Dark Fantasy, Paranormal, Horror, Thriller, Mystery, what ever. RM is a secluded creative outlet for people that want to be noticed and notice others in this over saturated world.

Here's the link: https://discord.gg/xaxc7EP

6929c3  No.786

Can we say "nigger" and "faggot?"




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12b9f1  No.33[Reply]

I think we all know that, sooner or later, the morally and creatively bankrupt hacks of Hollywood will turn their eyes on some untouched franchise we have loved. and will proceed to fist-fuck our childhoods while expecting us to pony up shekels for the privilege of watching.

Beat them to it with a better version than those twits could ever hope to make. Or reboot a shitty modern reboot. Maybe we'll luck out and they'll steal our versions instead of fucking up something else.

I'll go first.

Back To The Past - Part I

>In 2045, Verne Brown's son, Martin, discover the plans for the time-travelling DeLorean and locomotive in a notebook he's found in an old trunk in the attic of his parent's house in Hill Valley.

>Martin takes after his famous grandfather, Rick Sanchez Dr. Emmet Brown, and is a 24-year-old genius with several degrees in electronics, quantum theory, languages, and history. [Don't worry about the ages matching up, by the way, as Doc Brown and the family could have settled in any time period they liked the best, which can be explained to the audience via a throwaway line]

>Martin instantly grasps the concept of the flux capacitor and builds one into his 2039 hoverbike, which runs entirely on a mini Mr. Fusion, rather than relying on fossil fuels.

>With all of history open to him, Martin decides to try the later days of the Roman Empire, first, so he flies to Italy and makes his preparations.

>The night before he leaves, he goes downstairs to the hotel's bar to have a bon voyage drink.

>While at the bar, he meets an Italian woman named Felisa. Martin and Felisa hit it off, and one drink leads to another. Montage of drinking, dancing, laughing, kissing, Martin showing Felisa the bike, then darkness.

>Martin wakes up in the hotel room. Felisa is nowhere in sight. His head is pounding, so he goes to the bathroom to get some tylenol. He's surprised to find Felisa crouched in the shower, fully-clothed, and shivering.

>Martin asks her what's wrongPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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7c8dd3  No.326

File: f1b7e63bda22cf6⋯.mp4 (10.76 MB, 320x240, 4:3, Back to the Future Montage….mp4)

>>178

>-WHY- he travelled back is what I don't understand.

That's an easy one: he'd somehow sunk from the high school equivalent of a god to George McFly's sycophantic bitch-slave all the way into his old age. Biff was stupid but even he could put two and two together, 3 times out of 10: A flying DeLorean disappearing in flames + Marty McFly looking suspiciously like that "Calvin Klein" faggot = the night he lost it all.


9dd813  No.555

>>181

>"Would you like to see an all female ghostbusters reboot movie? If not, why not?"

They have focus groups for that. So basically they asked. They got the green light. Turns out focus groups are fucking bullshit.

What studios really should do, is stop giving a fuck about what people want and make stuff because they want to make it. Not for the sake of pandering, mass-appeal or profit but for the sake of making something good, something to be proud of.


d9be17  No.564

>>181

>post a vote link on their studio websites with a yes/no answer. "Would you like to see an all female ghostbusters reboot movie? If not, why not?"

This wouldn't work because it would get gamed to hell. Look at the billion articles about how important and amazing it was that they were making an all-female Ghostbusters, under your system a lot of feminists would have gone out of their way to make sure that film happened, even if it meant spamming your site with 1 billion fake "Yes, I would love to watch this film" messages. That some people really love or really hate something does not mean that most of the audience agrees. For a less politically charged example, look at Snakes on a Plane. Everybody online loved that film before it came out, but nobody went to watch it at the theatre.


26634c  No.569

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>181

>Hollywood's always been evil, but as long as we were entertained, we looked the other way. Their bullshit from the last five or six years means that they have our undivided attention, and they're quickly coming to regret it.

Saw this and thought it summed up my thoughts perfectly. The tl;dw version is this: "If they rely on bread and circuses to keep us asleep, why the hell are they jeopardizing things by serving bread with shit in it and replacing the circus with some ugly fat chick on a pedestal reading Twilight?"

>The guy is a MGTOW weeaboo, but I enjoy some of his vids


60b034  No.781

>>33

First Movie: Son cares about his parents.

Second Movie: Son cares about his children.

Third Movie: Marty has to save the weird old man that both helped and harmed him. Son cares about his god?

Anyways without relationship connections and "family" the movie will be devoid of meaning even if the shitty reboot duplicates the script of the first movie.




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0f5e7c  No.154[Reply]

Anyone reading the new Stormlight Archive? I started reading it a little bit ago, just started the second one.

Other favorites?

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397f48  No.771

>>752

There's an issue of Transmetropolitan that does it as a one off, I could storytime it if you want, anon


129b0d  No.772

>>752

>Is the element of being frozen and waking in the future in any of the other books you listed?

Yes, but the author sidesteps most of the trauma in a way similar to Fry's awakening in Futurama. The protagonist, Bob, doesn't really have a lot going for him in his former life. He's just made a lot of money by selling his software company, but he's slightly adrift and pays for the freezing more or less for shiggles. He's had a traumatic breakup, most of which is only hinted at, but it's bad enough that it causes him panic attacks every time he's reminded of his ex. He lives far away from his family, and doesn't have the closest of bonds with them, even though he loves them.

Basically, the author handwaves the worst parts of awakening as an AI 200 years later by writing our hero as a very high-functioning autistic. Due to a voracious appetite for science fiction in his former life, he's capable of adapting to the new state of being much easier than other frozen candidates, most of whom actually go mad and end up dying/breaking. He's also the perfect candidate to run a space probe, as he's fine with long periods on his own. In that way, he's a bit of a Mary Sue in some respects. His real obstacles begin on the launch pad and continue for the next hundred years as he and his copies/clones spread out and prepare the galaxy for humanity to colonize the universe.

>>771

>There's an issue of Transmetropolitan that does it as a one off, I could storytime it if you want, anon

Not him, but please do. I remember how horrific that issue was.


9b7fb8  No.774

>>771

I've heard a lot of good things about Transmetropolitan but haven't actually read it yet. I'd read it if you post it.

>>772

I see. Characters like that can be an interesting mechanism to allow the author to do some hand-holding for the reader. But it can also make for some interesting plot points. It sounds like a good concept.


3cbf15  No.777

>>156

Old fantasy and sci fi is full of social justice stuff, you just live in a world post-their influence so you consider it normal. Pay attention to a lot of stories and the era they came out in and you will notice it's full of what we would consider SJW stuff. Where do you think all the stronk womyn came from? Fantasy stories are a prime factor in that.

I've been reading Locker babies at the moment. I suspect it's going to turn weirdly fantasy but hasn't quite yet.


129b0d  No.779

Currently reading the Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn series. The author set out to tell his version of Tolkein, and it's pretty good so far.




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f42dc4  No.550[Reply]

Why is Fox Mulder the new Jack Bauer? Who the fuck edited this quick cut shit? Is the whole season destined to be this fundamentally retarded?

Fox and Scully's son is not actually Fox's kid but is in fact the smoking man's rape insemination product

Fuck you CY tv

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a9fffc  No.604

>>550

I didn't watch the last three eps, did they really cuck Fox?


2f3f04  No.689

>>585

A lot of the x-files were current year stupidity like the russian hacks thing. They would pick up the latest conspiracy theory and just run with it.

>>589

>>590

Women don't like competition. They lash out at porn not because they don't like it but because they realize porn is a serious rival to their vaginal powers. If they can't control you with sex they have no control and they can't stand it.


4cf723  No.755

>>689

Ok lets say you were a surrounded by giant bikers on average 50% bigger than you, more muscular than hulk hogan and schwartzenegger put together, who all wanted to murder and rape you….. what the fuck would be your defense except learning to suck dick really good?


f0ce8e  No.767

>>755

You find the leader, tell him his mom's pussy tasted funny, and then pray he kills you instantly due to rage. Problem solved.


2f3f04  No.778

>>755

>Doesn't understand the power dynamic between men and women




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bf5616  No.745[Reply]

What Scifi/Fantasy have you just been unable to get through and why?

I've always prided myself on persevering through everything I've picked up even if I haven't found myself enjoying to a great extent but I just couldn't get through this. The suspension of disbelief was just too far.

>projecting images of genetically altered mini-elephants living on the moon into the minds of a wild elephant herd living in Africa through neural implants.

Fucking hell I just couldn't do it…

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000000  No.769

>>745

The Revelation Space series, by the same colossal hack you disliked.

It's basically "Blue balls and cliches: the books", with that lenght it would not be tolerable even if it was ironic (it's not ironic), the dialogue is seriously below average even by fanfic standards, the plot twists are hinted at so much you get bored waiting for them to happen…

And the fucking endings, dude deserves to be slowly dismembered just for those.


be91d0  No.770

Telempath by Spider Robinson. Technically I finished it, but I wish I hadn't. Plot twists that were overturned in later chapters, and just poorly written like the author kept changing his mind about the plot but refused to go back and fix anything. Absolute shite.


be91d0  No.773

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The Dinosaur Lords by Victor Milan. I did my best, but gave up fairly early on because of the insistence on switching between actual dinosaur names and their local nicknames. Some made sense, but some really didn't. Add to that the descriptions of dinosaurs in all the colors of the rainbow and the elite knights seeming to be universally homosexual and I just said "nope" by chapter five. And I didn't like the author's flow, either.


e87420  No.775

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>>769

OP here, & I though I'd give Reynolds another chance with pic related. There's incredibly convoluted stuff in this too but not quite to the extent of Blue Remembered Earth. I feel that an alternative timeline where France fended off a German invasion only to become Fascist of it's own accord should be a lot more engaging than this.

It's one of the blandest things I've read in some time. I don't think I'll touch Reynolds again.

Also, this trend in scifi of encasing planets/stars in megastructures is starting to wear thin.


be91d0  No.776

>>775

>Also, this trend in scifi of encasing planets/stars in megastructures is starting to wear thin.

Actually, it's funny you mention that. The Bobverse books I recommended in the other thread include a bunch of aliens attempting to build a Dyson Sphere, as well.




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1dfd0b  No.607[Reply]

I don't mean fucking tuvok or mace dindu or fucking sisko.

Shitflix throws a recommendation at me, the clover field paradox. (No idea if it has anything to do with the movies a few years back). 2 minutes in and you have a frizzy haired and oh so diverse baboon lipped negress serving aboard some kind of state of the art earth orbit research installation calling her supportive buraku superdoctor husband.

The rest progresses as you would expect it to. Lots of mid-tier CG, good production values and of course lots of contrived situations to make the dindess look like a good hearted, level-headed superwoman who totally speaks like 20 languages guise. She's so smart and funny and has a British accent too!

Pretty normalfags-tier scifi apart from that, with some decent potential for disposable cheap thrills. Why in the fuck do they insist on this multikulti bullshit? Do niggers and women even watch scifi?

It's all so tiresome.

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551b7f  No.626

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>>607

>Why in the fuck do they insist on this multikulti bullshit?

I should clarify that I'm as sick and tired of it as you are, but it actually kind of makes sense for this movie. It was a global effort to solve the "energy crisis," so each country was supposed to send their best and brightest. Heaven knows why Mirror Germany was trying to sabotage it, though. There are some obvious plot-holes that a future movie might solve, but, then again, probably won't, given JewJew's history with things like Lost and Super 8. Still not sure whether or not Super 8 actually belong in the Cloverfield canon (or if there even IS a Cloverfield canon). The little monster looks suspiciously like Clover, with some cosmetic differences.

I can't help but wonder if Abrams is throwing puzzle pieces out there at random, and you need to watch the movies in the proper order for them to make sense. If I had to guess, it goes something like:

>The Cloverfield Paradox: A crew in the future rips a hole in space-time, allowing shit to go haywire in the past

>Super 8: A young Clover is found in the 80s

>10 Cloverfield Lane: Cyberorganic people-harvesters from another dimension start spraying toxic gas on what they perceive to be vermin, then collecting them in the American heartland

>Cloverfield (concurrent with 10 Cloverfield Lane): Clover, having reached his full growth, proceeds to skull-fuck New York.

>Future installments: Who the fuck knows? Presumably more weird shit, with a 10% possibility of somehow tying it all together.

The whole thing is starting to remind me of the Rifts RPG.


09af71  No.655

>>626

>Heaven knows why Mirror Germany was trying to sabotage it

I wouldn't be able to tell Jew.


551b7f  No.656

>>655

I'm ashamed to say the obvious answer didn't occur to me.


cd0e19  No.754

>>607

Because they literally think if white people die out, the various mud races will join together in perfect interracial sex harmony and start building spaceships. They're retarded.

If white people actually die out it will be Mad Max tier apocalypse/dark ages for thousands of years because no one would know basic hygiene, medicine, farming, or technology. Every mud race today is simply a user of shit that white people invent, design, build and maintain. Hell… without us providing food aid to Africa about 1/3 of them would die over night, and the other two thirds would eat each other.

You could make a scifi flick about nigger adventurers trying to discover "Ancient Wypepo" magic to stop their villages from dying of dysentery.


cbb2de  No.768

>>754

>Because they literally think if white people die out, the various mud races will join together in perfect interracial sex harmony and start building spaceships.

Confession time: I sometimes fantasize about them succeeding in wiping us out… and then realizing too late how badly they all fucked themselves by killing the only people who actually knew how everything works. It keeps me sane to know that even if they pull it off, they'll be back to the stone age within a century or less.




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cdc290  No.483[Reply]

If they had only made it from the book it would have been an awesome movie.

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afc93a  No.562

>>553

The society of the book could be called somewhat fascist, but I don't buy that the book itself is an endorsement of the system we see presented here. At most, I think it's just an impartial look at how such a society would be.


afc93a  No.602

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I just got done listening to this fan made audiobook. I was pretty impressed by the quality, for a fan project, so I thought I'd share it here.


7fdadb  No.756

>>562

>I think it's just an impartial look at

My english lit, history and even math teachers all specifically said if you aren't actively biased against all non-socdem systems you are basically Hitler.

tl;dr this book is basically Hitler.


46616c  No.765

>>756

My grade 9 teacher gave all of us copies of Animal Farm with thoughtful little messages written on one of the blank pages. This would have probably been '89 or '90. It seemed weird at the time but it's a book I've come to treasure, and when it came time to teach my son one of the most important lessons of this world, I passed it down to him.

"All animals are equal! But some are more equal than others."


46616c  No.766

>>505

It's only fascist when it's being read by communists. This is because the time prior to Rico's story was pretty close to what the globalists/commies/sjws/etc are working towards now. Children running wild with enabling instead of correction, lawlessness, permissive attitudes towards degeneracy and so on. Rico's earth managed to stop things before it was too late by brining back corporal and capital punishment. Which, of course, scares the shit out of our troublemakers.




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