RoAnna Sylver

Writes weird books about marginalized people surviving/rocking out (Chameleon Moon, Stake Sauce), amazing puns, and geeky articles. Lives with chronic pain/genetic weirdness. An actual mutant. Open Your Eyes, Look Up To The Skies And See!

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These Star Wars Watercolor Illustrations Are Artistic, Elegant, And Epic
19 days ago
This talented, traditional comic artist gives classic Star Wars characters the graphic novel treatment in a series of stunning watercolor illustrations. We can thank artist Aaron Minier for these trad...
Resistance Is Futile: 10 Real Psychological Reasons The Borg From 'Star Trek' Are So Scary
21 days ago
The Borg, alien hive-mind cyborg nasties from #StarTrek are among the most iconic TV bad guys ever - and for good reason. They’re terrifying. They are legion, they want to assimilate or destroy everyt...
In Space, Star Treks You: Is Gene Roddenberry's Vision For The Future Communist?
21 days ago
#GeneRoddenberry dreamed of a better world when he created Star Trek: A utopian society with no need for money, where war and disease were distant memories. Where humanity had long reconciled its dysf...
'Star Trek: Discovery' Theme Pays Tribute To The Past While Looking To The Future
24 days ago
Have you heard? The new opening theme for Star Trek: Discovery has been released – and it's great. It holds to the Trek tradition of orchestral instrumentals (we can all ignore the theme from Enterpri...
Too Cool To Live: 10 Inspirational 'Star Trek' Characters Whose Memories Will Always Live On
24 days ago
Since The Original Series' launch in 1966, Star Trek has given us an incredible universe across both the big and small screen, filled with faraway planets, fascinating aliens, and super cool character...
The Not-The-Captain's Log: The Trouble With Tribbles
24 days ago
Lt. Uhura's Personal Log, Stardate 4523.3. How does the old saying go? "May you live in interesting times?" I’m not sure whether that’s supposed to be a blessing or a curse. Well, life on the Enterpri...