Episode 14 of Space Battleship Yamato 2199 takes on a high-concept Evangelion-inspired motif. It’s kind of effective.
Wherein a potentially great episode is marred by abject laziness in its writing.
Kodai and Shima hug it out, sort of, and the Gamilans take a few more steps away from being a simplistic evil empire while reaffirming their role as space Nazis of the first order.
Episode 11 of Space Battleship Yamato 2199 reveals a previously unseen narrative depth, but it also throws in some gratuitous boobs as not to alienate the teenage male demographic.
Star Drunk: Space Alien V sees a drunk cast performing a script penned by drunk writers in a Gin soaked sci-fi adventure, of sorts.
The Human Division continues the story of the Old Man’s War trilogy while serving as a great jumping on point for newcomers.
The Stranded Anthology by Bell Bridge Books offers sci-fi novellas by James Alan Gardner, Anne Bishop, and Anthony Francis.
Summary Judgement: An excellent piece of frontier science fiction.
Summary Judgement: Cancelled before its time, S:AAB offers story telling that is still relevant to a modern audience.