While we’re no closer to settling on a name for Dark Matter fandom, we’ve got some pretty terrific candidates for the individual character fan groups.
#FANDROIDS = Fans of The Raza’s whimsically endearing Android.
#SIXPACK/#6PACK = Fans of The Raza’s principled shuttle pilot.
#FIVEHIVE/#5HIVE = Fans of The Raza’s quirky tech monkey.
#FOURCLAN/#4CLAN = Fans of The Raza’s detached but deadly royal.
#THREESCOMPANY/#3sCOMPANY = Fans of The Raza’s resident rogue.
#TWOCREW/#2CREW = Fans of The Raza’s kick-ass commander.
#ONESIES/#1SIES = Fans of The Raza’s principled warrior.
Artist Jon Hrubesch, whose artwork was just featured in Episode 108’s Transfer Transit sequence –
– left a comment on yesterday’s entry. I followed up and had him send me links to the gorgeous works on display –
Mighty spectacular, no? You can check out more of Jon’s art here:
And, while we’re on the subject of eye candy, check out the work of our VFX team on Episode 108’s Vega5:
Finally, here a few more Dark Matter Episode 108 reviews for your perusal:
“Each episode moves the story forward while simultaneously shedding more light on each character and generating still more questions. This formula ensures attention levels do not wane and keeps the viewer guessing. Dark Matter is part of SyFy Friday and is great television that should not be missed.”
” And what’s more, how will this revelation affect the group dynamic going forward since they’re trying the whole no-secrets-and-lies thing? This should be good.”
“First up let me just say that I love everything about the cloning transporter system, it’s such a brilliant idea and one that is so wonderfully SciFi, just the concept of it is awesome enough so it’s brilliant to see it used to such an effect here. Also great was the strong focus on Six who for me is easily the most easy to connect with of the bunch which is largely down to him having the clearest and most compelling back story, at least so far.”