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That is their tragedy"-Ishiro Honda Seabozu is an odd monster to begin with for the Vault, but I’ve chosen him because he embodies the meeting of the camp aspects of monster films and the more serious side.Appearing in an episode 35 of the original Ultraman series titled, “The Monster Graveyard,” the kaiju Seabozu is unlike any other being faced by Ultraman. The Science Patrol (the protagonists in this procedural show) stumble on the Monster Graveyard while taking a stroll through space and are informed that it is the home of all the kaiju dispatched by Ultraman. Jase’s 10 Favorite Sci-Fi Novels These are my favorites, not necessarily “the best” or anything like that. Woman on the Edge of Time (1976) by Marge Piercy This book has had more of an impact on me than perhaps any other.
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What, we scoff, only ten? After all, the century’s fourteen already – that’s enough time to compile a list twice as long as this one! However, we’re going to restrict ourselves to ten because we’re also interested in your input: which story writers have blown your mind since the big Y2K? Leave your comments below! And in the meantime, please, please, please check out these authors if you’re not already familiar with their works – they’re so good it hurts! Continue reading The Rolling Stones have probably released more iconic tracks than any other band in history.
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In contrast with the sleek, tech driven city center, the rim of Buenos Aires is still deeply industrial. It's a place where workers sell the hours in their day for a wage and spend the majority of their waking lives inside a factory answering to a boss. I was there to seek out another way to conduct business; One that provides lives and livelihoods separate from the hierarchical wage system, which for the past 12 years since the economic collapse has been growing in the rubble, inside large warehouses and dusty offices. For the past two months, I have been visiting, interviewing and working with the worker-owners of Argentina's empresasa recuperadas, or "taken factories". La Matanza worker-owned cooperative makes screws of all lengths and shapes and sizes, and was reclaimed from its owners in 2003.