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Not a Llama - Happy April Fools Day!

Go fsck yourself

@Cosoca
I love it, too. I’d call it “space-age futuristic,” because I think it needs to be differentiated from “modern futuristic,” where sci-fi seems to think spacecraft are going to be designed by Apple. [shudders in fear] Yes, blood does shoot out my eyes whenever I see the bridge of the Enterprise in Star Trek 2009.

Along that line, and even though MST3k riffed a couple of episodes of it, I honestly like the Rocky Jones, Space Ranger serials. I’d say it’s fairly representative of the style and aesthetic we’re thinking of. If nothing else, we can thank that series for giving us the forward-facing viewscreen common on Star Trek space ships. Check out Robert A. Heinlein’s other work if you’re really into the sci-fi stuff of yore – the man is known as the Dean of Science Fiction. :)

Winky, the ‘comic relief’ of Rocky Jones, on the other hand … well … the actor who played that character lived a fairly miserable, often criminal life during and after that show, and died under suspicious circumstances at the age of 38. There is a bit of “Karmic congruence” there, but I digress.

Cosoca
Not a Llama - Happy April Fools Day!

*Blocks Your Path*

What is this style called, someone told me once, it’s that Jetsons old timey futuristic interpretation aesthetic.

I’ve always liked it.