Please no android sex

September 30, 2015 EJSHUMAK 1

Japan Times reported on a new policy at SoftBank– the telecom and robotics manufacturer. The company behind a chatty Japanese android named Pepper has felt the need to remind customers who purchase the robots not […]


The Power of Symbols

September 30, 2015 Brian Niemeier 0

Storytellers have always used symbols. Even the most ancient texts contain rich symbolism. So do tales predating the written word by millennia. At first it seems counterproductive to wrap ideas in layers of metaphor. What’s easier: saying, […]


Battlefleet Gothic comes to PC

September 30, 2015 sciphi 0

I want this game! Battle Fleet Gothic is an up and coming RTS set in the War hammer 40K universe and is based on an older Games Workshop table top game of the same name. […]

Superversive Literary Movement

Where it All Began!

September 28, 2015 L. Jagi Lamplight Wright 1

In honor of the first anniversary of the Superversive Literary Movement, on October 1st, here is the essay that started it all: The Superversive Literary Movement Good storytelling. Great ideas. Greetings, and welcome to the […]


Mars One and the legacy of Neil Armstrong

September 27, 2015 Ray Blank 0

Maybe you are like me, and in 2013 you watched the live webcast of the press conference that launched Mars One, a private not-for-profit initiative that intends to create a human settlement on Mars. But […]

Philosophy & Theology

Reply to a Comment on the Previous Post

September 26, 2015 Brian Niemeier 2

Commenter ksterlingh has kindly offered constructive criticism of my previous post. Technical difficulties prevent me from responding in Superversive’s comments section, so I’ll post my reply here. Since the original reply approaches post length itself, I’ll […]