to keep true to the genre one asteroid needs to be a potato, surely?
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Man, I wish this board had the 'Like' button, because this is pure brilliance!
So will you ho for this pose? I actually like it, very generic for a wide range of sci fi type things
OK... I have a theory.
John Hurts character in 50th special.... its the Dr....
various theories floating around... but I think its THE Doctor in ALL his regenerations combined.
If you look at the outfit its an amalgamation of lots of previous outfits.
What else do you think?
I'd back this one as long as they were completely un-armed... not tooled up adventurers.
As a helicopter techy, I am looking at the design and thinking "why have a fenistron when there doesn't appear to be any reason to counter a torque reaction generated by a rotor?"
I can see that it would be good for Yaw control but it would also be highly inefficient to have a fenistron rotating constantly with neutral pitch on the blades. It would also be ridiculous to keep stopping and starting it because it would not have an instant control effect...
Tis quite interesting looking. Hope it doesn't end up being another Prometheus
(PPPS They do still look like novelty sex toys)
It went on too long and I got bored of it. Then there was the time shifting and alternative universes and that was it...
What new series? Don't they mean the last half of last year's five episode "half season" wich was supposed to resume sometime ebfore Christmas but got replaced by some chavvy nonsense instead?
That would have made a very short lotr. The fellowship set off and promptly get burnt to a cinders by a giant dragon.
Apparently all dragons come equipped with a vulnerable underbelly and can be downed by a single arrow.
Have you watched any diz movies in the las 20 years. A muical number every ten minutes will kill any star wars movie.That may be the traditional template... But quite frankly it shows that you have not watched a Disney film in 10 years... (Pixar films count, as does Bad Santa...)
Certainly it's streets ahead of the last lot; just not up there with the classic stuff.
Series 1 and 2 were the best for me. Downhill gradually from there with each successive series although I kept watching out of loyalty. Current series has had me at least smiling all the way through each episode and a few big laughs, so far, so that's a big improvement over at least the last 4 series and the cringeworthy Back To Earth special, from my POV, at least.
Can't argue with anything there. Series 1 and 2 are by far the best.
It also made me laugh out loud in places, very rare.