Hunh. Interesting. It’s like that sequence in Game of Thrones where Bran, seemingly losing all sense of reason, enters a vision without the three-eyed raven and unwittingly ends up dooming a bunch of people to the wrath of the Night King including that poor bastard in the tree. Now replace Game of Thrones with real life and replace the Night King with me and you have a pretty fair approximation of how things unfolded this late afternoon. That guy in the tree? He is SCREWED.
Today’s Dark Matter season 2 sneak peek screen shot of the day! Check it out. Yes, that’s The Raza. And, yes, that does appear to be a Mikkei destroyer. Hmmmm.
Holy crap! Only three days to the season 2 premiere! To prepare you, here’s an advance preview from Aimee Hicks at SpoilerTV.com:
And another little preview c/o Dark Matter’s THREE, Anthony Lemke. Or Lemon Key as Akemi calls him. Or, occasionally, Le Monkey.
Small consolation to the many fans of the late great Defiance (Hey, Julie Benz – Mayor Rosewater – used to live in my building. We used to talk dogs all the time), but there’ll be a double shout-out premiere night when both Killjoys and Dark Matter feature a Defiance alum. Read about it below:
3 days to the Syfy/Space Channel premieres – and, coincidentally, you also have three days to enter for a chance to win a cast-signed, annotated copy of the premiere script! All you have to do is match doggy pictures to episode titles. How easy is that?
Well, apparently not that easy. Of the 50+ brave entrants to date, 2 are tied atop the leader board. And, trust me, they can be beat!
Here’s a little something via VFX Supervisor Lawren Bancroft-Wilson via Craig Van Den Biggelaar and Brendon Morfitt at Darkroom Digital Effects based on an original design by John Hrubesch. Now that is a sweet, sweet ride!
Hey, Stargate fans, I’ve got you covered. Check out the Atlantean DHD from the Stargate: Atlantis pilot, designed and drawn by the amazing James Robbins.
Finally, I conclude today’s blog entry with this memorable exchange last night…
Akemi: Knock knock.
Me: Who’s there?
Me: Apple who?
Akemi: Okay, what do I say now?
— Akemi discovering the cultural-based challenges of knock-knock humor.