Who was your favorite character in He-man and what made you like them ?Old guy here.
It was kinda started both by Masters of the Universe back in the mid eighties, closely followed by seeing A New Hope around the same time.
I don't believe I have read the little prince , but if that's what lead you down the path of liking Scifi/Fantasy then sure it countsDoes The Little Prince count as both sci-fi and fantasy? If so, then that was the one that started it all for me
Yeah H.G Wells was way ahead of his time , I wish he got to see what 2020 looks like now and what people can do in comparison to his time. what is your favorite H.G wells book?H.G. Wells and R.E. Howard.
Starship Troopers that is a great movie Morrowind I didn't finish because ... there was a lot to do and I kept getting distracted lolSCI-FI: Starship Troopers - that alien anatomy class was cool.
FANTASY: Morrowind - The immersion followed by a well done soundtrack. So cool. But damn those pesky Cliffracers! Reason why I never completed the game.
I'm sad most of the work LucasArts did isn't canon anymore like the old republicIt's not my favorite anymore, but it was definitely Star Wars: A New Hope. Also the Star Wars: X-Wing book series by Michael Stackpole was the first book series I was really into. Sad it's not considered part of the canon anymore.
Hhhmm, tough question tbh.Who was your favorite character in He-man and what made you like them ?
I feel like you went back to the days of your love of He-Man. and had a nostalgic moment. but I mean for a kid during that time I'm sure the bright consisting colors were super appealing.Hhhmm, tough question tbh.
Figure wise I have to say Beast-Man. The bright orange with white and blue cheeks and the aggressive face. Really liked it.
Also Faker. Light blue and bright orange. Seems I really liked the flashy ones with good contrast colors haha.
When it comes to the cartoons, radio play cassettes and comics then obvisously He-Man.
I love B movies, I'm sure that you have a good list, got any faves?I saw a lot of B-science in the late 80's and early 90's (cheap Alien, Star Wars and Terminator clones, for example) that made me love scifi.
I grew out of fantasy when I turned 20.
other than he-man, what else did you love about living in the 80's?Those were good times. Indulges in nostalgia.
The music on the radio. Synth everywhere but also discovering Michael Jackson, Queen and all the songs/albums coming out at that time which are still classics.other than he-man, what else did you love about living in the 80's?
This! ^If you have even a passing interest in fantasy and have not yet done so, be sure you read The Wheel of Time series ASAP. Tolkien gets the throne, but WoT is literally sitting on the arm of the chair.
It’s been around and over 30 years. I can’t even remember the titles of some of them.I love B movies, I'm sure that you have a good list, got any faves?