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“Here we have an near-omnipotent, near-invulnerable, time-traveling walking knife drawer that - if it doesn't turn you into sushi while dodging every weapon that you throw at it - takes you home so it can impale you alive in its front yard where you get to writhe in agony forever while it looks on like the silent mega-badass it is.”
“And speaking of time-traveling robots from the future, there's one robot cooler than the Terminator by at least five levels of Chuck Norris badassery (and please note that's a logarithmic scale):”
“It's a magical dress of rose-colored silk that transports Louise on her first time-traveling trip.”
“This amazing new series promises to keep young fashionistas spellbound as they join seventh-grader Louise Lambert on her time-traveling adventures, which will continue with the release of the second book of the series in April 2012.”
“Our time-traveling visitor would be shocked at the absence of routine space travel and the general scarcity of helicopters in civilian life.”
“After a grim year, networks are offering up dinosaurs, time-traveling criminals and visits from the dead.”
“He was, after all, the most famous time-traveling captain of the Federation Starfleet, in command of their starships for more than three decades.”
“Kage Baker, who is best known for her Company series of books about time-traveling cyborgs, has a new juvenile fantasy book called The Hotel Under the Sand which features neither cyborgs nor time-traveling, though it does feature many colorful characters and a temporal delay field.”
“Where has that guy been? cameos, Swayze ends up stealing scenes in this twisty, time-traveling cult fav.”
“Cos, dude, guy with a time-traveling police box shows up in front of me?”
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