Tag Archives: Space Travel

Hamlet and Ashley

As provided by Leland Neville Art by Luke Spooner Dewey Glass, a freelance space monitor, shares the following intercepted communications from the starship Preemptive Strike:     Greetings Supreme Commander: Observing your meticulous torturing of the hapless reactionaries was both an … Continue reading

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Accelerating Universe

A log by cryotechnician Coadyl Rassin. Here, transcribed by Dennis Staples Art by Justine McGreevy My shift begins an hour after I wake up, whatever time that is. I don’t really know. I haven’t gotten used to reading the ship’s … Continue reading

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Spaceship Repair Man Inc.

Essay by Yesbot, as provided by Roger Pattison Graphic work by Katie Nyborg Setting up my business hinged on one pivotal piece of equipment that didn’t exist at the time. Having gone into the marketing strategy in some depth, it … Continue reading

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Notes From A Recent Polar Expedition

Essay by Ludwig Wergenergener, Ph.D. (Oxon.), Dip. Ed.(Utrecht), D.Sc. (Knutsford); as provided by Darren Goossens Illustration by Justine McGreevy The Discovery: In the year 34.6 (2207 by the old calendar), the planet of Bruce was discovered. It was named after … Continue reading

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It Lives!

After some delay, I finally present to you Mad Scientist Journal: Spring 2012.

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The Ghosts of Ganymede

An essay by Dr. Krista Solaris, presented by Suzanne van Rooyen Illustration by Katie Nyborg For six months we hurtled through the solar system towards that bright rock so dwarfed by the shadow of its planet, Jupiter. At last we … Continue reading

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The Barrier

Essay by Logan Merritt, presented by James Ford Illustration by Katie Nyborg There is, in the universe, a constant flux of destiny, luck and happenstance which creates the very fabric of reality. A system, for want of a better word, … Continue reading

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