Imagination Connoisseur, Julian Mushkin, boldly goes where only fans of Star Trek are willing to go. Here’s an in-depth look at the “technology” of the 23 and 24th Centuries.
Imagination Connoisseur, Luke Becket, shares that his disappointment with STAR WARS over the past twenty years hasn’t been with the movies … it’s been with the fans. Will toxic fans ruin the things we love?
Does DC even need a cinematic universe? Imagination Connoisseur, Omar 94, writes in to say “no” – not as long as there’s an animated universe that does a fine job competing the MCU as it is. So what should DC do?
Imagination Connoisseur, Dani Lane, bemoans the difficulty of finding “hard-to-get” movies on streaming services. What does this mean as physical media becomes more and more limited in availability?
Markus Ö, an Imagination Connoisseur from Germany, writes in to say “thanks” to Rob, Elysabeth and all the other members of the Post-Geek Singularity for so much good content and online friendship.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jermaine K., wonders why fans who push back on franchises who seem to be re-writing established cannon are considered “toxic” when there seems to be other fan behavior that is far worse.