Past, Present and Future Sense
NEWS: June 07/2007!
This zine will be going out of print once our current stock is exhausted.
An AU zine with ten stories set in the past, present or future. Zine includes Sentinel-themed puzzles/games and a cartoon story.
Price: $22.93 U.S. shipping included.
- "Pre-Civlized" by Bog
During the Stone Age, the language of love is eloquent even before words are invented.
- "Behind the Legend" by Jenny Saypaw
Blair's research into a Stó:lo legend draws him into reliving a past life at the end of the Ice Age.
- "A Magnificent Obsession" by Lianne Burwell
The Sentinel / Magnificent Seven crossover. In the old West, Garrett Kincaid uses rancher Jim Ellison and his new protegé tenderfoot Blair Sandburg to lure Vin Tanner and his six friends into a trap.
- "For Every Thing There is a Season" by Bog
Only a few years ago, "The Sentinel" was still in production. What might have happened if the characters had found out that their lives were dictated by TV writers?
- "Stoned Love" by Stormy
In the present day, but in a very different universe, a gay cop, a stoned hooker and a faulty condom spell disaster.
- "Toonish AUs" by Bog
Cartoon story. Blair has a few objections to Jim's choice of toonish fantasies.
- "We Are One" by DragonGuide
Why is a Shaman stalking Jim, Blair and Jim's daughter?
- "Journey Onto Tomorrow" by Eagle Eye
How do you survive the end of everything you've ever known? Where do you find the hope to begin again? (Slash version of the gen story in Sentinel in Space.)
- "Space Ranger" by Toshua
During reconstruction of the International Space Station, Ranger Jim Ellison must deal with a different kind of class project.
- "Full Circle" by Forest Green
In the not-too-far future, the science of gene-slicing has been used to create the perfect soldier. When this artificially produced man is damaged, the army gives him to the Cascade Police. (Slash version of a previously web-published gen story; permission granted by original author.)
- "Passage" by Bog
Natural talent made obsolete by technology is now the only hope of ships stranded in subspace by terrorist sabotage.
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