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Jean, 39, lover of sci-fi, horror and fantasy, reader of comic books, conqueror of genre fiction.

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The most unattainable and romantic hero imaginable

Reblogged from Reflections:

A paragraph from the NY Times that captures exactly how I felt about Spock back in the day:

 

Spock was mostly impervious to love, but his mother (played by Jane Wyatt) was human, which meant that he couldn’t always suppress his feelings. And that made him the most unattainable and romantic hero imaginable — Hippolytus, Euripides’ chaste and scornful warrior, or a Mr. Rochester for the sci-fi age. Naturally, some of the more memorable episodes revolve around Mr. Spock’s extraterrestrial love life.

 

 

 

Leonard Nimoy 1931 - 2015

 

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