Mission: Possible — Barbara Bain & The Hollywood Walk of Fame

Barbara Bain as Cinnamon Carter goes undercover as “The Widow” in CBS Entertainment’s iconic series “Mission: Impossible.”Photo © CBS Entertainment. All rights reserved. Used with Permission.

Groundbreaking television series are rare in Hollywood. Sure, there are dozens if not hundreds of memorable programs, but the ones that defined their genre, innovated it or became burned into the public psyche are few and far between indeed. Twilight Zone did it, defining dark anthologies for decades to come. So did Star Trek and… Continue reading Mission: Possible — Barbara Bain & The Hollywood Walk of Fame

Review: ‘Aftershock and Awe’ — SPACE: 1999 Graphic Novel

Aftershock and Awe By Andrew E.C. Gaska, Gray Morrow and Miki (Awe) and Gaska, Miki and David Hueso (Aftershock) Creative Director and Letterer: Andrew E.C. Gaska Art Director: Chandra Free Cover Art: Gray Morrow and Miki (Awe) and David Hueso (Aftershock) Co-Writer: Erik Matthews (Aftershock prologue) Designer: Anna Shausmanova Cover Designer (Aftershock): Yumi Nakamura Editor:… Continue reading Review: ‘Aftershock and Awe’ — SPACE: 1999 Graphic Novel

ISSUE #2 (Fall/Winter) Preview: “Dark Side of the Moon: The Quiet Horror of SPACE: 1999”

    It’s 1975 and British Producer Gerry Anderson, best known for his Supermarionation television series Thunderbirds, has just launched his newest project, Space: 1999, a live-action science fiction spectacular that would become the most expensive series of its time. Taking its cue more from 2001: A Space Odyssey than the then cult favorite Star… Continue reading ISSUE #2 (Fall/Winter) Preview: “Dark Side of the Moon: The Quiet Horror of SPACE: 1999”