>7) Force of Life, Space:1999~~ Meredith
>Who would have thunk ice?Oh, of course, you JKM.The Cult TV Faces of Ice.Inspired stuff.Honestly, I never really considered just how important ice has been in the world of science fiction.In fact, you could add episodes of Stargate SG-1 and many more I'm sure.WOW. Nicely done my friend.SFF
>Tough one!#s 2 & 3 have an original Trek vibe to me but beyond that – Not sure.#4 would be Adam West's Batman in his weekly peril, this time icy.#8 is a flash-frozen Buck Rogers.#9 … Trek. Next Gen. Maybe a freeze-dried Tasha Yar? Not positive.
>Hi everyone,Thanks so much for checking out these "cool" ice images. :)Meredith: Yes, absolutely. You recognized the imag from Space:1999's "Force of Life." Ever notice how the name Zoref is an anagram for the word "froze?"SFF: Than you for the kind words, my friend. For some reason, I can't post your second comment that you submitted — I don't know what I did!:) But you mentioned in that message Battlestar Galactica and "Gun on Ice Planet Zero." That one certainly would have been good to include (slipped my mind!)And woodchuckgod: You correctly id'd all of those. The Star Trek frames are from "the Naked Time" and "The Enemy Within," respectively. You also accurately saw Batman as a giant tastyfreeze, and Buck Rogers, from the first episode. And # 9 is Next Gen and Tasha Yar (from the opening of "Encounter at Farpoint.")Great job all!best,JKM
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