Bill Silvia has been publishing content on the internet since 2006. He began as a writer of horror film-related reviews and articles for Fight-Evil.com, where he continued to publish content until the site stopped carrying articles. From 2009 through 2011 he published Star Wars and Science Fiction-related reviews and articles for NJOE.com. In 2010 Bill was one of a number of administrators involved in the founding of Man in Black Reviews (later MiBReviews), and its spin-offs, Tickled Fears and Stars’ End, where he and many contributors who posted written reviews, short form fiction, original videos, and more. The site closed in early 2013. Since 2010, Bill has published articles and reviews on Fantasy & SciFi Lovin’ Reviews.
On each of these sites, Bill has worked to experiment with various formats in order to further his capacity to create new and interesting content. It is these skills that he has taken to this blog in order to continue writing and publishing on a regular basis, pushing his abilities with higher quality content, and establishing a dialogue with the internet community. On this blog, he will post analytical articles, reviews, short and long form fiction, podcasts and original videos. Any comments or criticism of any sort are welcome, and readers are always welcome to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this article’s sister on Fantasy & SciFi Lovin Reviews, I talked a lot about the effects of a widespread national acceptance of a costume that consists largely of scraps of metal and cloth nonchalantly deflecting public decency laws and the emotional benefits for the wearer of the costume. This is an “after” view, of course; it is an analysis that could not be made before the costume became a convention staple. It has nothing to do with what came before, or what the costume meant in its original context.
The cover of Lords of the Sith features Darth Vader and the Emperor, each employing their signature form of aggression. Vader is rushing forward with his lightsaber while his Master stands off to the side, unleashing bolts of Force lightning. The blurb speaks of a dire mission the two must undertake together. Read the full review here.
In our 106th episode, the AUP crew warps into the next Doctor, as we talk about the 3rd Doctor’s first run in with the Daleks!
In our 105th episode, the AUP crew tackles David Whitaker’s second Dalek episode and the final one in the black and white era!
In our 104th episode, the AUP crew tackles the longest undisputed Doctor Who story of all time – the 12-part “Daleks’ Master Plan”!
In our 103rd episode, The Daleks are at it again as they chase after the Doctor in a new TIme Machine…. that they got some where… *shrug* Join the Unearthly crew as we talk about “The Chase”!