Friday, April 15, 2011

Friday Quiz-Military SciFi

All answers must be in the form of a question, answer in the comments, and no cheating. First person with all the correct answers or the most correct answers by Monday will get a coveted SciFi Media "no prize" button to display on their website.


This Week's Theme- Military SciFi
Next Week's Theme- Superman

1. This novel Follows Andrew Wiggin as he saves the Earth from the Buggers.
2.  This Heinlein novel inspired a movie starring Denise Richards and Casper Van Diem.  While both were intertaining, they were vastly different. 
3.  John Steakly wrote this bit of military scifi.  One of his only two novels. 
4.  This show takes place on space station that is captained by one John Sheridan.
5.  Kurt Russell plays the perfect soldier that is deemed obsolete in this 1998 film.

Bonus:  Jack Campbell has written this series about a space fleet trying to fight their way home. 
Geek Cred Bonus:  If you want to fly for an intergallactic fleet and are in an 1984 movie, this would be how you would get the alien's attention. 

3 comments:

SteveB said...

1. What is Ender's Game?
2. What is Starship Troopers?
3. ---
4. What is Babylon 5?
5. ---

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GCB: What is through a video game of course!

C R Ward said...

1. What is Ender's Game?
2. What is Starship Troopers?
3. What is Armor?
4. What is Babylon 5?
5. What is Soldier?

Bonus 1 - What is the Stark series?
Bonus 2 - What is playing The Last Starfighter video game?

Nick said...

I'm not a fan of military sci-fi as it generally feels like an ode to military dictatorships. I know they don't always go that way it's just the vibe I get.

1. Ender's Game
2. Starship Troopers. [I liked the satirical style of the movie way more than the book]
3. no idea.
4. Babylon 5.
5. Soldier? I remember seeing this one but I don't remember the title. His replacement was Jason Scott Lee. Shoot.
Bonus: No idea.
Geek Cred: Play a video game - Last Starfighter.