- We never learn the Mule’s name, but he took this title during his reign.
- What is a falan?
- Ripaway-bra queen Sybil Danning starred in this sci-fi remake of The Magnificent Seven.
- What is the name of The Star Beast in Robert A. Heinlein’s young adult novel of the same name?
- One of the most-parodied lines in Star Trek, in which episode did Dr. “I’m a doctor not a casserole” McCoy first utter the phrase, “He’s dead, Jim?”
- In this story the South has won the Civil War, and Ward Moore’s fine historical sense led him to describe some perhaps unexpected consequences: In a backlash against the prewar antislavery movement the Grand Army of the Republic, the Union veterans’ organization, becomes a terrorist outfit like the Klan. Name the novel.
- This U.S. comic strip character was first conceived by John Flint Dille for the National Newspaper Syndicate, Inc., and was written by Philip Francis Nowlan, based on his novel Armageddon 2419 AD. Who is he?
- For how long each day could “The Gemini Man” stay invisible?
- The rulers of this planet (which is also the title of the novel) have a monopoly on the creation of Azi, the artificial human beings who have featured so prominently in such earlier Cherryh novels as Downbelow Station and Forty Thousand In Gehenna and they also have the rarely used ability to clone human beings. Name the novel!
- Which Twilight Zone episode was a winner at the Cannes Film Festival in 1962?
(Answers below the fold)
Posted in Ephemera February 18th, 2010 by Chip