Happy Holidays, 21st Century Earthlings! This is Captain Blastoff, coming to you from the Galaxy Gallery in the future, talking about a great popular art form of the past: No, NOT Cheap Science Fiction Book Covers, but an internet treat that all aliens will adore.
As you may remember, in the last installment of our sizzling space serial, Space Cadet Rik Livingston was under house arrest for being AWOL, and derelict in his duty of translating my futuristic communiqués into blogosity for the citizenry of the early. early 21st century. But I, Captain Blastoff, had canceled the court-martial trial, as Livingston’s spacey art had just led me to a great Science Fiction discovery, a wondrously weird website called GeekCrafts.com, that actually collects the mad makings of gifted geeks from your own great globe!
Truly, this demonstrates my contention that 21st century Earthlings were ready for intergalactic entrepreneuristic enterprise long before the process of space trade actually reached the Sol System. Such treasures abound on Geek Crafts as Motherboard Christmas Trees, a Crocheted Spock Head and an alien iPod pouch! But, why tell you, when I can show you:
And finally, we have one of the entries by Rik Livingston, that appeared on this scintillating site. While not a Cheap, Science Fiction Paperback Book Cover, per se, I do think the boy has been influenced by the works I’ve been showing you all from the Galaxy Gallery.
Next: Back to the BOOKS! This has been Captain Blastoff, ending transmission.