Science Fiction

Binary Storm

Binary Storm finally has a cover! Christopher Hinz is (finally) returning to the Paratwa universe. I am super stoked. Barnes and Noble revealed the cover and first chapter this morning. As a cover, eh, I’m not a huge fan of using real people over painting/illustration. That said, it’s miles better than most of the other covers that have come out over the years for the original trilogy. Nothing will ever

The Music, The Machine

I always browse the records when I go to Down in the Valley (pop culture record store). I don’t really buy a lot of new vinyl these days. Most of it way more expensive than I want to pay for something I’ll only play sparingly. Anyway, I was flipping through the soundtracks when I stopped on this beauty. I knew this Robocop OST was out, but I didn’t expect it


I’ll go ahead and say it: Oblivion is one of my new favorite films. I watched it for the first time last week and have been hooked on it ever since. I even went out Friday night and bought it on Blu-ray. I watched it for a second time Saturday evening. I may just watch it again tonight. Summary: Jack Harper is one of the last few drone repairmen stationed

Babylon 5

I’ve been having an itch to watch Babylon 5 again. The only thing that’s stopped me so far has been the length. The show ran for five seasons and each season had something like 22 episodes. So it’s a major time investment to delve back into that world. Well, I finally succumbed last weekend. I decided to start with season two this time. The first season is important for establishing

It’s About Time

I’ve been waiting upwards of 20 years for this day to come. In those 20 years, I would dig for any sort of scrap I could find to let me know he was still writing, or even still alive. He was extremely elusive, very private. This morning my literary world changed. Christopher Hinz has finally written a new novel. I’ve written about my love affair with Hinz’s work with the