Author Archives: DilDev
ORIGINALLY POSTED ON MY TUMBLR, April 2015 Reposted without edits, save navigational issues. Partner piece to First Strike review and analysis. Remember last time on Arbiter Watch how some updated canon put to rest an old theory regarding the identity of the Arbiter? … Continue reading
ORIGINALLY POSTED ON THE OLD HALO ARCHIVE, APRIL 2015 Reposted without edits, save navigational issues. Review and analysis of First Strike by Eric Nylund Alpha Halo was not the end of the war. The Covenant continue their genocidal campaign, the Master … Continue reading
ORIGINALLY POSTED ON THE OLD HALO ARCHIVE, NOVEMBER 2015 Reposted without edits. It’s through Locke’s visor, watching Locke’s feet, by which I first land on Sanghelios’ soil. The water of the river rises past our calves and suddenly everything is … Continue reading
March 5th is the anniversary of the finale of Star Wars Rebels. In celebration of that, I have a list of five superb qualities about this beloved show.
With four out of five installments running as big-budget monster B-movies, it can be easy to forget how much of a character-focused story the first Jurassic Park was (the movie that is, not Crichton’s original novel). As a kid, I enjoyed it … Continue reading
Back in 2016, when I rewatched Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek: Into Darkness in anticipation for the Blu-Ray/DVD release of Star Trek: Beyond, I began noticing parallels between scenes in the first two Kelvin timeline films and Beyond. Parallels … Continue reading
ORIGINALLY POSTED ON MY TUMBLR, MARCH 2015 Reposted without edits, save navigational issues. Partner piece to The Flood review and analysis. Welcome again to the companion series for my reading journal, where I take a look at where Thel ‘Vadam shows … Continue reading