on 23 May 2013
In the spirit of 'Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex', this sets out to explore some of the implications of being sexual with assorted SF creatures.
For some reason, it wimps out of naming most of the sources, but we have things from Alien ('Xenomorphs'), Predator ('Pred'z'), Avatar ('Big Blue Smurfs'), Star Wars ('Gangster Space Slugs') and many more... but sadly not the aliens from They Live (even though it does have Republicans). Or indeed superheroes who wear their underpants on the outside of their trousers.
The section on each is too short and while there are some nice jokes - if the god-like being that's interested in you has a name ending in THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS, "it's probably best to do whatever they want" - the best one is the confession that he did it so that he could say that he "literally wrote the book on having sex with aliens". You know, in case it ever comes up, as it were.
So it's a lovely idea, but it has neither the detail of its inspiration or the humour necessary to be a great laugh.