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Doctor Who and Science. Essays on Ideas, Identities … by M. K. Harmes and L. A. Orthia (eds.) (2021)

No other TV series can boast with presenting the most exciting, thrilling and colorful adventures for decades and also featuring the most unusual protagonist, namely the Doctor(s), aka the Time Lord in the English TV program Doctor Who. It was first launched in 1963 by BBC One and, with some interruptions, is still running today. […]

Robots That Kill: Deadly Machines and Their Precursors in Myth, Folklore, Literature… by Judith A. M

In three parts, Judith Markowitz deals with the phenomenon of evil or rather, human-killing robots (and their creators) in the book at hand. In part 1, greed, revenge and furor are taken into consideration in cases why humans had to die by “the hands” of a robot, that was more or less only used as […]