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The noble dogs keep away even the potentates.
In November of 1966, two months after the first Star Trek series premièred in the U.S., science fiction author Isaac Asimov wrote an article for TV Guide in which he complained about the numerous scientific inaccuracies found in science fiction TV shows of the day — Star Trek included. That show's creator, Gene Roddenberry, didn't take kindly to the jab, and immediately wrote to Asimov with a polite but stern response that also went some way to explaining the difficulties of bringing such a show to the screen.Asimov apologised, and in fact became a good friend of Roddenberry's and an advisor to the show.... a fascinating exchange of theirs took place some months later, just as a problem arose relating to the relationship between Captain Kirk and Spock — a potentially damaging problem that Asimov helped to solve.
Spider Jerusalem LEGO Cube DudeSpider Jerusalem rendered in the Cube Dude style.(Created by Warren Ellis & Darick Robertsonfrom the DC/Vertigo series TRANSMETROPOLITAN)I think there's something troubling about seeing anything Warren Ellis had a hand in creating presented in a standard developed by a man from Disney/Pixar.But I just had to build him anyway.