History Literature / TheSpaceOdysseySeries

3rd Nov '17 8:18:21 AM nightkiller
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* KillAllHumans: [[spoiler: In 3001, it turns out the monoliths have decided that humanity is no longer worthy of existence, due to how we behaved during the 21st century, and blocks out the Sun (and Lucifer) in an effort to kill us all.]]

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* KillAllHumans: [[spoiler: In 3001, it turns out the monoliths have decided that humanity is no longer worthy of existence, due to how we behaved during the 21st 20th century, and blocks out the Sun (and Lucifer) in an effort to kill us all.]]
17th Sep '17 6:08:13 PM nombretomado
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''The Space Odyssey Series'' is a series of novels written by ArthurCClarke, which takes a philosophical look at many SpeculativeFictionTropes, such as {{Precursors}}, [[AIIsACrapshoot Intelligent Computers]], space travel and the humankind's place in the universe.

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''The Space Odyssey Series'' is a series of novels written by ArthurCClarke, Creator/ArthurCClarke, which takes a philosophical look at many SpeculativeFictionTropes, such as {{Precursors}}, [[AIIsACrapshoot Intelligent Computers]], space travel and the humankind's place in the universe.
13th May '17 12:14:30 PM Xtifr
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'''''The Space Odyssey Series''''' is a series of novels written by ArthurCClarke, which takes a philosophical look at many SpeculativeFictionTropes, such as {{Precursors}}, [[AIIsACrapshoot Intelligent Computers]], space travel and the humankind's place in the universe.

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'''''The ''The Space Odyssey Series''''' Series'' is a series of novels written by ArthurCClarke, which takes a philosophical look at many SpeculativeFictionTropes, such as {{Precursors}}, [[AIIsACrapshoot Intelligent Computers]], space travel and the humankind's place in the universe.
12th May '17 11:31:01 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* BroadStrokes[=/=]NegativeContinuity: While all of the novels seems to take all of the events of the previous ones in account, each installment seems to ignore the ending of the previous one. WordOfGod is that each novel takes place in its own [[AlternateUniverse parallel universe]].

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* BroadStrokes[=/=]NegativeContinuity: While all of the novels seems to take takes pretty much all of the events of the previous ones in account, each installment also seems to ignore the ending of the previous one. WordOfGod is that each novel takes place in its own [[AlternateUniverse parallel universe]].
12th May '17 11:28:24 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' (1968): A interesting case since the novel is actually the byproduct to a collaboration between Clarke and Creator/StanleyKubrick, which resulted in [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey the film of the same name]] that came out the same year, which makes the book the {{Novelization}} (Clarke himself said the book should have been credited to "Clarke and Kubrick", just like the movie was credited to "Kubrick and Clarke"). The book and the film are both based on some of Clarke's earlier short stories, most prominently ''The Sentinel'', and they largely follows the same plot, but with some small differences.\\

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* ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' (1968): A interesting case since the novel is actually the byproduct to a collaboration between Clarke and Creator/StanleyKubrick, which resulted in [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey the film of the same name]] that came out the same year, which makes the book the {{Novelization}} (Clarke himself said the book should have been credited to "Clarke and Kubrick", just like the movie was credited to "Kubrick and Clarke"). The book and the film are both based on some of Clarke's earlier short stories, most prominently ''The Sentinel'', and they largely follows follow the same plot, but with some small differences.\\
27th Feb '17 9:24:07 AM kensu
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* YouKeepUsingThatWord: In-Universe, mixed with NonindicativeName. The monolith near Jupiter is designated TMA-2. This is in spite of the fact that TMA stands for Tycho Magnetic Anomaly, referring to the original monolith on the moon (which stopped being magnetic after it realized it had been dug up). The crew of the Leonov snarkily refuse to use the term. Happens later on when Moonwatcher's monolith is dug up and termed TMA-0.
17th Feb '17 1:48:27 PM Fighteer
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* AdamAndEvePlot: Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' issue 7 has a Star Child ('New Seed' in the comics) taking two lovers from their doomed planet to repopulate on another.
* AllCavemenWereNeanderthals: The first two issues of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series involves them.

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* %%* AdamAndEvePlot: Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' issue 7 has a Star Child ('New Seed' in the comics) taking two lovers from their doomed planet to repopulate on another.
* %%* AllCavemenWereNeanderthals: The first two issues of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series involves them.



* BarbarianHero: Marak in issue 3 and 4 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series.

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* %%* BarbarianHero: Marak in issue 3 and 4 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series.



* InvisibleAliens: The creators of the Monolith, but averted in the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series which features different aliens.

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* %%* InvisibleAliens: The creators of the Monolith, but averted in the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series which features different aliens.



* MatchCut: With two panels in Issue 1 and 2 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series. The first panel has a caveperson, and the second one has a modern human astronaut in the same position. Likely to invoke the famous match cut from the movie.

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* %%* MatchCut: With two panels in Issue 1 and 2 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series. The first panel has a caveperson, and the second one has a modern human astronaut in the same position. Likely to invoke the famous match cut from the movie.



* OutOfFocus: The Monolith appears in all but the final issue (#10) in the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series.

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* %%* OutOfFocus: The Monolith appears in all but the final issue (#10) in the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series.



* StrictlyFormula: Issues 1-6 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series replays the same idea with different characters in different situations, both prehistoric and futuristic.

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* %%* StrictlyFormula: Issues 1-6 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series replays the same idea with different characters in different situations, both prehistoric and futuristic.
14th Feb '17 2:40:59 AM TitoMosquito
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* CanonImmigrant: Mister Machine (now Machine Man in the MarvelUniverse).

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* CanonImmigrant: Mister Machine (now Machine Man in the MarvelUniverse).Franchise/MarvelUniverse).



* TheDayOfReckoning: The last page makes a statement that the Monolith's makers will not determine humanity's fate until "the Last Days".

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* TheDayOfReckoning: The last page of ''3001'' makes a statement that the Monolith's makers will not determine humanity's fate until "the Last Days".
18th Dec '16 6:31:14 PM TitoMosquito
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* TheDayOfReckoning: The last page makes a statement that the Monolith's makers will not determine humanity's fate until "the Last Days".



* HalfwayPlotSwitch: ''3001'' Is about a man brought back to life 1000 years in the future and [[AuthorTract Clarke's thoughts]] on what it will be like, then only the last third returns to the ongoing plot of the series.

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* HalfwayPlotSwitch: ''3001'' Is is about a man brought back to life 1000 1,000 years in the future and [[AuthorTract Clarke's thoughts]] on what it will be like, then only the last third returns to the ongoing plot of the series.
19th Oct '16 10:29:05 PM TitoMosquito
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* AdamAndEvePlot: Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' issue 7 has a Star Child taking two lovers from their doomed planet to repopulate on another.

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* AdamAndEvePlot: Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' issue 7 has a Star Child ('New Seed' in the comics) taking two lovers from their doomed planet to repopulate on another.another.
* AllCavemenWereNeanderthals: The first two issues of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series involves them.


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* BarbarianHero: Marak in issue 3 and 4 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series.


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* InvisibleAliens: The creators of the Monolith, but averted in the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series which features different aliens.


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* MatchCut: With two panels in Issue 1 and 2 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series. The first panel has a caveperson, and the second one has a modern human astronaut in the same position. Likely to invoke the famous match cut from the movie.


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* StrictlyFormula: Issues 1-6 of the Marvel Comics' ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' series replays the same idea with different characters in different situations, both prehistoric and futuristic.
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