Again, I hesitate to call myself a sci fi fan, because I don't really like Star Wars or Star Trek. That fact itself almost casts me out of nerd-dom entirely. But when I come across science fiction that I like, I really like it. I've mentioned X Minus One and Twilight Zone and such similar things before. The Aliens films I only saw at my husband's insistence, but I liked them well enough. Horror in any form is difficult for me to watch, but the Alien universe had enough legitimate tension, suspense, and interesting characters to be enjoyable despite the gore. After watching the preview for Prometheus (and getting over my immediate disappointment that it wasn't about the Greek Titan) I got interested in what seemed a moody, atmospheric science fiction experience. So in one of my rare semi-annual trips to a proper cineplex, I consented to see Prometheus. ...And I didn't like it. In fact, I didn't like it so much that I didn't even want to make a drawing making fun of it. While I was mulling over my disappoint, my mind wandered to an example of science fiction that really encapsulates everything I enjoy about the genre- the film Moon. Ah, Moon. What an excellent little film. What Moon did right is exactly what Prometheus did wrong: having believable characters acting intelligently within a story that presents profound questions, and and explores those questions through the narrative. And because Moon did that so brilliantly, I decided to draw Sam Rockwell instead.