I happened to be reading Robert Hoskins book "To Escape The Stars" and you might be surprised to know that it's about stargates placed on all habitable planets by an old human race that current humans have lost knowledge about, and one of the characters is Sam'l Carter. An amazing coincidence? Or did somebody else also read this book many years ago?
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Does anyone have it? I wonder content of "Mission Report 02.15: Matter Of Time"
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I remember there was supposed to be another Universe comic called Icarus, but I haven't found anything about it except when it was mentioned back in 2017. Does anyone know if it was delayed or cancelled or anything?
Would "Alternative Timeline" seem as a specction if that was to be on the pages about Cloister?
*TEER: I was the one who sent Avrid to find you.
*SHEPPARD: You did?
*TEER: Because I knew you were coming that night, and I knew where you would be in the field; and I have known since I was a child that you would sit here with me as you do now. I've been able to close my eyes and see your face my entire life, John. You are the one.
*SHEPPARD: The one what?
*TEER: The one who will lead us to ascension.
*TEER: What is it?
*SHEPPARD: Nothin'. I just was hoping you were going in a different direction with that.
*TEER: I've seen that as well. That's why I waited for you.
Could it mean that in the Original Timeline in the episode Before I Sleep where Elizabeth was the only survivor...that the village of Cloister was brutally massacred by the Sanctuary Beast, if the Alterntive Elizabeth did not get help Janus?
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Here are two scenes that comes to my mind?
Like when Hermiod told off to Peter Kavanagh to stop talking. It never gets old.
And who can forget another great scene? Where Thor says to Kinsey to back off and Kinsey having the control of the Stargate Command is something the Asgard High Council don't see happening anytime soon.
I couldn't help to notice the Bonnie Blue Flag in the conference room of the "SGC" once future Daniel and Samantha are brought back in. Any insight as to why that would be present? Maybe it's been there all along, but this was the first time I noticed it. Regardless though, why?
Season 8 Ep 19&20.
First visible S 8 Ep 19 23:10
So I finally read all of the Atlantis comics. I liked "Wraithfall", "Singularity" and "Gateways". I wasn't a fan of "Back to Pegasus" and "Hearts and Minds" though. I mean they were okay, but the whole Janus plot was.. hard to take... At least it ended well enough.
I enjoyed Wraithfall for the interesting, thought provoking story, the sort of wraith worshiper culture/ acceptance as a way to survive the cullings and a bigger look into the wraith themselves and their technological feeding pursuits.
I liked "Singularity" for the decent enough ending and fixing a certain two characters that were wronged.
I liked "Gateways" for the detailed art and the quality improvements to characters and story that were made from Back to Pegasus.
Anyone else have any opinions on the comics?
I'm curious. Are the Atlantis comics actually confirmed canon? Just wondering, because I noticed it looks like a lot of other comics are either unconfirmed, don't even bother stating if they are or aren't, and a few are not canon. So how do we know for sure? Was there an article somewhere saying it's canon?
Does anyone know of a way to search through the discussion threads to look for a specific topic. Find it frustrating trawling through all the posts trying to find what I'm looking for. Thanks in advance.
Has anyone heard anything about an NID show in the works? I’d love to see this made. I wonder if they’ll use the books or just the shows for their cannon. BRING BACK MALCOM BARRETT!!!
After having 10 Seasons and 2 Movies and 2 Spin Offs and several Novels and Comics. There are no storylines of what did happened with Jack and Laira.
Because that seemed pretty rude to her and her people. If she got pregnant by a guy from another planet and he got away. Because he did visit her planet again to visit a planet expose the Rogue NID later named the Trust.
To make a point clear, not talking down on Jack. While come on. Not as much a mention of a woman that can be pregnant with their child.
Where I was not happy what happened with T.J's pregnancy and Vala's pregnancy that did had storylines to an end. I liked Teyla's pregnancy.
I'm curious about the "lone mountain" pictured; looks like a shot of the volcano Arenal in Costa Rica. Can anyone confirm that is the shot used? Thank you.
What do you think could be the outcome what it be if the Aschen did send stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Biogenic_weapon to Earth, but Samantha did use stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Call_forwarding_device to not dial stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Earth, and save her life. While instead the biogenic weapon targeted stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Aschen_Prime and wiped out their kind?
How would those worlds within the stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Aschen_Confederation react what Earth did to the Aschen?
Name me all the name of Stargate Atlantis wraiths episode
Let it be known he was the best Tok'ra.