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File: 745a720a9f37da0⋯.gif (1.61 MB, 350x242, 175:121, alienstapler.gif)

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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1f07a5 No.423

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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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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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129b0d No.727

>>696

Decent. Post 9-11 United States for world 1, feudal serfdom monarchy with Odin worshipping "Ye New Worlde" America for world 2, and steampunk New Englande with no American Revolution for world 3. As of book 6, other worlds are being discovered. It's not Tolkein, but the settings are interesting.


129b0d No.728

>>697

>any thoughts

I liked Black Company but it started heading into "the banality of evil" territory after awhile. I called it quits after the 7th or 8th book. Also, I liked the original lineup (especially Croaker) and I started resenting trudging through the journals of succeeding archivists. Basically I found a good place to stop and just stopped.


9b7fb8 No.729

>>728

Yeah changing the annalist from Croaker was a mistake. If you got that far I would've recommended reading to the end because I thought it was a nice conclusion. But the bar really was lowered for the Glittering Stone part.


129b0d No.737

>>729

Was there a conclusion? I thought he was still writing them?


9b7fb8 No.743

>>737

Well the next book coming out I think I read takes place between the first and second books of the original series (chronologically). I think it's been speculated that the book he writes after that would take place after the end of the Glittering Stone so it might not be the absolute end but it was as good a place to leave off as you could ask IMO.




56fe33 No.698[Reply]

I'd still like to see this board succeed so I'm going to post some pictures itt every so often when I think of it. Feel free to contribute anything /scifi/ please.

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56fe33 No.740

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56fe33 No.741

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56fe33 No.742

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ccc1f8 No.623[Reply]

Because I was more than a little surprised that 50 Shapes of Water beat White People Are Evil and Gary Oldman In A Fatsuit for Best Picture.

ccc1f8 No.642

Looked it up. The last /scifi/-approved winner was 2003's LotR: The Return of the King. Prior to that, the closest we got is the adaptation of Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days back in 1956. Beyond that, there's nothing.

It's appalling that it took sex with the Creature from the Black Lagoon to finally get a science-fiction Oscar. Especially when a list of nominees over the years yields films like The Matrix and Jurassic Park.


5ef9b2 No.691

>LotR: The Return of the King

>Science-Fiction

anon..


3738c3 No.695

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>>691

My bad. I should have put "/scifi/" rather than "science fiction."




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85edf6 No.329[Reply]

What are some great obscure sci-fi series?

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53229a No.651

>>539

Bain?


90bc62 No.660

>>520

It was oddly subversive, trying to make Obamacare seem evil


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?




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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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382a6b No.591

File: 5955fa2b3377a40⋯.jpg (25.64 KB, 341x268, 341:268, chimpcontinue.jpg)

>>590

How did that go?


b99b3a No.592

>>591

I brought it up as gently as possible and she literally ran away sobbing and hid in our room, petrified that I was going to throw her out for being a lesbian. I waited till she came out and told her about the studies showing that the majority of women find lesbian porn arousing.

She just didn't want to watch some random dudes sucking on tits, which is what I figured was the case the second I saw the links.

I already knew she was crazy about having her tits sucked.

Back when I first went over to her place I was waiting 2 months for my enlistment date to come up and college was out for her so we had nothing but time on our hands. We only left the bedroom to use the shower or kitchen and the only time we bothered to eat or drink was when we felt shaky from dehydration and hunger. I went round to her place to watch a movie and I didn't make it home for 8 days, which even then was only because we ran out of food. By the time I took my oath and got on the bus she was lactating. And loving it. Her previous experience had been with guys who thought 'just ram it in' was the way to do things, while I got off on women telling me their legs felt unsteady from orgasming.

That was nearly eight years ago. We've been separated for four and divorced for three and I shit you not we still can't stop. Pls send hlp.


382a6b No.594

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>>592

>and I shit you not we still can't stop. Pls send hlp.

Your plea has reached my ears, citizen. Thankfully, I enjoy breasts more than the entire infant population of Earth, so I should be able to distract her while you make a break for it.


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.




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00cc97 No.666[Reply]

Anyone have reccomendations on books/resources that teach you how to write good fantasy and sci-fi?

I'm reading some general books on writing (Elements of Style [Strunk & White], On Writing [King], On Writing Well [Zinnser]) and they're interesting and useful, but I would like to improve my ability to write F/SF specifically.

Any advice would be great, thank you!

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42febc No.680

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42febc No.681

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>>680

That's all of it. Hope it helps.


f49016 No.682

>>681

God damn, I come back to this thread expecting nothing to have changed but here you are with this amazing gift!

Thank you anon, I really appreciate the effort.


42febc No.683

>>682

Just happy to help. Let me know if there's anything specific you need. I can usually find it.


1a1e8e No.688

Why do you want to write? If it's to make a profit you're going to fail. If it's to have fun then go for it.




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b0a8c1 No.127[Reply]

>Ones you love

>Ones you hate

>Ones that ended up being far more enjoyable than a big budget Hollywood romp

>Ones that made you want to track down Neil Breen and cave his head in with a socket wrench

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b0a8c1 No.324

File: fe8c8e334914554⋯.mp4 (2.28 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Dean Koontz_ On his writin….mp4)

>>274

>Fucking stay away from the Projecting Feminist 'revision' of the book that Koontz wrote.

Who the hell authorized that hack to "revise" anyone's work?

>Check out his Bieber hair


8be45e No.684

I found a new source for B-movies, gang. The downloads are slow as hell, but the selection is unbelievable.

http://rarelust.com/


9f5da1 No.685

>>684

Probably just files from cinemageddon, if you can maintain a reasonable ratio ask for an invite on their IRC


c0189c No.686

>>685

>ratio

I don't do ratios, anymore. It's a damn pyramid scheme.

>want something from 4 weeks prior

>torrent it

>everyone else already has it so i can't reseed what I've grabbed

>forced to dl something newer to seed, putting bigger debit in ratio

>everyone grabs ot instantly, so I'm seeding to maybe 3 guys for 5 minutes

>eventually locked out

The only place I've ever bothered keeping my ratio up was demonoid before the Fall, and that was because they didn't punish you for being a leech other than some mold public shaming.


9f5da1 No.687

>>686

I think the CG minimum is .5 and for which there are a bunch of torrents that give bonus upload, so as long as you seed or answer reseed requests periodically, it's easy to maintain. Being a member is more about being a hoarder and archiver and keeping those torrents alive for one decade already, and making sure they still work in another 10 years.




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f68ddd No.659[Reply]

It's cosmic. It counts as /scifi/ related.

Infinity War. Your opinions, please, and use spoiler tags for the poor, poor bastards who haven't yet had the orgasmic pleasure of viewing it.

I loved it. I haven't enjoyed a movie that much since the first time my teenaged self got his greasy claws on some actual porno. It felt like I was watching a comic. The kind of stories I always loved were the silver age Justice League annuals (or Marvel's Transformers issue 50, or the Avengers/WCA annuals, etc.) where they'd cram all the heroes into one big adventure and split them off into seemingly random subteams in different locations. That's what this movie was, and my inner child stopped lying in the fetal position for two and a half hours and actually smiled for the first time in years. This movie made me so happy.

You may now hurl your insults.

c135a1 No.662

Meh. Disney has eroded all the fucks I have left to give for any of their franchises. Guess I'll watch it when it hits cable.


c135a1 No.664

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d9b4f7 No.665

>>664

I'm surprised how many normals don't get Hulk's terror at the thought of facing Thanos, again. The guy had taken all comers, up to and including a giant cyborg snake, but Thanos bitch-slapped the fuck out of him without breaking a sweat. Hulk's basically an incredibly strong toddler going through the terrible twos. Being spanked for the first time ever shook his faith in his own physical supremacy.

One gripe I've always had with movie Hulk is that he rarely talks. Comic Hulk babbles away all the time.




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24e77d No.203[Reply]

Prologue: I, Asshole.

I’m a geologist. This means people think I give a shit about geography.

Knowing geography is closer to winning a middle school spelling bee than being mentioned in the same breath as my profession. And even if you could recite all the names and places carved out by 21st century geopolitik, the relevance of that knowledge has been going down the shitter for the last decade. Nobody cares if some place used to be called Venezuela, or Belarus, or Egypt, before they got rolled into one of the corporate or continental protectorates. Sorry chumps, you memorized all those squiggly imaginary borders for nothing.

And fuck you, if your first impression of my work involves tapping on tiny rocks with a tiny hammer while alternately freezing or sweating my balls off in the great fucking wide open wilderness. I’ll send a teleop to do that shit. I’ll send a teleop to do any bullshit legwork that takes me away from my air conditioned field office or expat-approved luxury hotel.

If you’re still scratching the “can’t-afford-gene-therapy” pattern bald spot on your head, then let me put it this way. There’s Real Work and then there’s the leftover scraps that get filled by robots, economically disadvantaged warm bodies, and teleops with thirty thousand dollars worth of high tech neuro-actuated debt implanted in their limbs. Guess which one I do, and you don’t.

Fucking tiny hammers. I’d laugh if I wasn’t so completely terrified right now.

But I must continue for a moment, to finish driving home my size eleven Shell Cordovan leather boot up the ass of this common misconception about my current occupation. That I became a geologist to study rocks and learn the ancient epochal history of the Earth.

I don’t study rocks. I interrogate them. I want to know their value. Their worth. What fortunes and market futures they might be hiding.

A sparkling gem or a milky slab of rose quartz might be wortPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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31da85 No.614

very excited to see this continuing


821b82 No.616

File: e5872182b886086⋯.png (91.06 KB, 224x283, 224:283, Screenshot_20180225_005959.png)

She hopped into the air, sinewing sideways across the creature’s field of vision, and landing with a thud on her stocky forearms. She balanced like that for a moment, while whipping her wings, hind legs, and tail through the air like a tree in the throes of a tropical storm. The creature watched with glazed indifference.

She opened her mouth slightly, and the sounds of an attack helicopter filled the forest, the staccato melody of rotor blades slapping the humid jungle air on a napalm induced breeze. She opened her mouth again, and sang as a chorus of angry bees. And still the creature sat on its three legs, comfortably at ease.

She roared. Not a natural roar, but the freedom siren of a General Electric 30mm automatic cannon. Then she did it a second time, because you can never have enough BRRRRT.

The creature eyed her warily, slowly coming to grips with Rota’s ear-splitting case of alien Tourette’s syndrome.

The computer chimed, and Teddy’s hand flew to the screen by remote controlled volition. The BioCAD program had finished reverse engineering a creature that produced a sound similar to a long range heavy quadcopter drone.

She listened to it once, and breathed deeply. The organic thrum of the hypothetical hornet filled the forest with the demonic gravitas of the nightmarish chitinous chorus.

The creature simultaneously turned, ran, and explosively shat itself.

“Jesus. What was that, in the everloving fuck?” the Captain inquired.

“Oh that, Cap? That’d be Rota’s science experiment. Looks.. Uh.. kinda like a wasp, ‘cept it’s got four wings, super high metabolism, completely carnivorous, and.. It’s like the size of a small dog.”

“Rota. Is that what you were trying to find out? Do you suspect there are some kind of giant wasps?”

“It was an interesting observation, but it remains inconclusive. There could be oPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


dac268 No.622

>>613

>>616

Love it.


f3936c No.657

>>616

WHERE DID IT GO, OP? WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?


ad5e6d No.658

>>657

OP is kill




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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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420dc0 No.611

I… didnt actually see anything too white genocidal. And believe me, I was looking for it. No faggotry, the dindus were well behaved, and the evil white guy turned out be non-evil after all. There are many more egregious examples than Cloberfield III.


551b7f No.617

Far more annoying to me, they never DID explain the deal with the arm.


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.




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72354c No.549[Reply]

Fellas, is race-mixing still bad if you're actually upgrading your genetic stock?

80a1a0 No.551

You're just dragging down somebody else's genetic stock so do the world a favor and rope yourself.


72354c No.556

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>>551

>You're just dragging down somebody else's genetic stock

Not my problem. My kids have laser-vision and can fly. Any Kryptonians who want to bitch about it are welcome to face a hate-crime tribunal for hurting my feelings. Kryptonite ain't got shit on three social justice faggots with a modicum of power.


8f1a1e No.620

File: 18ed319e561e0cb⋯.jpg (73.1 KB, 720x960, 3:4, castreau nukes in toronto.jpg)

Fellas, if a UFO touches down in Canada and demands to speak with the leader, will humanity be obliterated after that meeting, or merely enslaved?

Follow-up: Do gray aliens actually have penises or will Castreau have to go without a final cucking?


357bf6 No.649

>atrophic grayys

>knifeear autists

>somehow an upgrade

Any alien you can actually reproduce with is inferior to a peak human. Things like kryptonians don't really count cause they're literally just Übermenschen.


8f1a1e No.654

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>>649

>Any alien you can actually reproduce with is inferior to a peak human. Things like kryptonians don't really count cause they're literally just Übermenschen.

Martians, perhaps?




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c5cd71 No.163[Reply]

I WILL SHIT IN YOUR CHIMNEY

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0e663f No.630

>>624

disturbed is not the word I would use…

aroused definitely, pre-fridge and hulklady days she was cute


9a6724 No.633

>>630

I was too busy lusting after Eva Green to notice.


f58d53 No.636

>>630

Hey, make no mistake, if I was a teenager, my hand and dick would have matching calluses. But I'm not, and I'm not sure why they (or should I say (((they)))?) were making her act like a sexpot when it didn't really add anything to the plot or the character. They should have had her doing things that telegraphed the lycanthropy instead.


4776f0 No.652

>>636

I have a lot of complaints like that with the movie. Outside of a couple parts, it gets really light in the middle compared to the beginning and then swings itself all the way back in the end, when they decide to have that big ass fight scene. And a lot of things are brought up just to be dropped.


f58d53 No.653

>>652

I wouldn't mind a sequel, to be honest, but I doubt it will happen.




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793fb1 No.330[Reply]

can we talk about the new star wars and how cucked it's going to be?

>interview on fox

>omg I'm so glad that the female to male ratio is going up

like seriously does anyone care about the storyline and quality?

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d147fc No.639

>>635

I think JJ is lying to save face. TFA was one of the most poorly thought out sequels I've ever seen. I don't believe for a second he planned ahead in any meaningful way.


6a42a1 No.640

>>639

I believe he half-assed a general idea, like with Lost, and now he's frantically trying to figure out how to put Humpty together again.

I've never seen TFA, and the only reason I saw TLJ was /tv/'s collection of webms happening on a day when I didn't have anything planned. I don't consider it canon, and if I had the time and money, I'd make a trilogy of fan films based on Zahn's Heir To The Empire. Or do an open submission for scripts and see if Mark Hamill would be willing to vindicate an older Luke.


d147fc No.644

>>640

You need to watch TFA to understand how dumb it is.

I bet in your mind Snoke was a character who's existance was actually explained in the last movie? Nope. He's just there because they needed someone to fill the role of Emperor.

I bet you think something happened to put the Empire back on top, and reduce the new republic to a resistance again? Nope. They just are. They're building super weapons with resources they're getting from somewhere, while the Resistance are still using old X-wings.


6a42a1 No.645

>>644

>I bet in your mind Snoke was a character who's existance was actually explained in the last movie?

Well, no, because I read the spoilers. But I understand what you mean.

>They're building super weapons with resources they're getting from somewhere, while the Resistance are still using old X-wings.

What the fuck happened to the New Republic, anyway? As for the X-Wings, one of the many that drove me nucking futs about the prequels was how much more advanced the tech was. For whatever reason, in canon, Emperor Palpatine decided to replace all the amazing, sleek vehicles from the Clone Wars days with clunky, vulnerable AT-ATs, TIE fighters, and Star Destroyers with exposed shield generators. It didn't make any sense. If anything, the prequel vehicles should have been complete shit. War leads to INNOVATION, not stagnation, and whatever claims Sheev had to Republic territory, he spent the next several decades expanding it.

Speaking of Star Wars, guys, issues 1 & 2 of Thrawn by Marvel have been amazing (knock on wood).


d147fc No.647

>>645

I don't see that the tech from the PT was that much more advanced. Maybe some of the attack droids, but then we never saw IG-88 in action.




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