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A miniseries told around the Soviet Chernobyl disaster.
A tense, decently-paced look at how communist lies spell disaster, and how communism once again cost tens of thousands and almost tens of millions of lives.
A kickass preacher is infected with a power, and for some reason there's a vampire.
Maybe it has potential, but it's scatterbrained and kept sliding into slow moody boringness.
A really shitty attempt at thieving from the La Femme Nikita - (1990 movie) character and universe.
Stuff and Julius Caesar.
Not to be mistaken for Thunderbird.
Based on a space station, a super high-tech secret organization performs rescue operations worldwide.
Wow, this is really good. Great effects.
An image hosting website and community.
This may take me quite some time to read through.
A classic work combining classic works.
I bought this because it's considered one of the great works of literature and has survived into common culture. Though I can see why this would have been popular at the time, especially thanks to the forward saying that the brief writing style was rare, I don't yet see why this would appeal to today's person. Perhaps it's just me, but so far I find the writing style rather insulting.
ISBN 0-517-43614-2 (lib. ed.)
I'll eventually add some notes.
I use roll20.net to play this.
A website to help connect roleplayers and let them play over the internet.
Tries to be everything-in-one, and includes a tabletop engine that's not too bad. Definitely needs improvements to everything everywhere, but it's all good enough.
I started using it to play AD&D 5e