Category: Gee Whiz!

A 1950’s style science fiction franchise [albeit “Kill Command” and Continuum are adult post-modern] based upon the 1965 novel Dune by Frank Herbert. Dune is frequently cited as the best-selling science fiction novel in history.

In other words. With a few notable exceptions, a 1950’s Science Fiction Anthology eBook series.

Continuum, Chapter 2

The Dreams

Most of the girl’s things are now in base storage, in boxes. She doesn’t wear them anymore. What’s mostly in her closet and dresser, are the things that Babb has picked out and purchased for her. The same severe frumpy unattractive things that severe frumpy unattractive Judith wears.… Read Full Article

Continuum, Chapter 1

And So It Begins

The English Kate. A modern-day anachronism. Beautiful tailoring on this otherwise drab vintage 1940s ladies suit. Medium weight 100% wool in a nice flecked gray tweed. No accents, whatsoever. Severe. Form fitting and figure flattering. Jacket features a nipped waist with princess seaming, oversized pockets at front, three-quarter-length sleeves, and a severe English cut [i.e., no daring plunging cleavage-baring neckline, in a word, no deep V-neck].… Read Full Article

Continuum, Chapter 0


In a world where Borg are the Mount Everett of Thinking Machines. And thus prohibitively expensive to use for those troublesome insurgencies plaguing your third-world regime.

The relatively cheap, disposable SAR [study analyze reprogram] is the Predator meets Terminator solution for your battlefield needs.… Read Full Article

Kill Command [Cheat Day] – EP 1 (Season 2)

Split Second—the killer’s genetic fingerprints have come back from the lab. They contain multiple restriction polymorphic DNA sequencers. There’s more. They indicate that the killer has the DNA structures of all of its victims … and rat DNA. It rips out the hearts of its victims.… Read Full Article

Kill Command [We [Borg] are Legion] – EP 12 (Season 1)

LATEX, EXO, Rubberware, PVC, etc, a Borg queen’s severe form-fitting body-molding black reticulated snakeskin body suit [complete with matching opera gloves and riding boots] embracing her trim waist, flat ass, fantastic legs, and the full swells of her bosom in the course of hugging her curves, and by doing so in a very suggestive and therefore implicitly revealing manner.… Read Full Article

Kill Command [Stargate (device)] – EP 9 (Season 1)

A Stargate is an Einstein–Rosen bridge portal device within the Stargate fictional universe that allows practical, rapid travel between two distant locations. The devices first appear in the 1994 Roland Emmerich film Stargate, and thereafter in the television series Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, and Stargate Universe.… Read Full Article

Kill Command [the “God” word] – EP 8 (Season 1)

Mindwarp (1992)—In this science fiction horror, life in the future is far from any kind of utopia. The year is 2037 and Earth’s remaining inhabitants live in an enclosed biosphere, Inworld, where life itself is a computer induced dream. When a rebellious young beauty named Judy (Marta Alicia) demands a taste of reality, she gives Inworld’s system operator no choice but to exile her to the outside world.… Read Full Article