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  • I seldom mention their name because it's a pain to remember to spell, but I figured I'd use their name in at least one of the 26 reviews for this one-season series

    • by Orrymain
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      This piece of animated drama, Stargate: Infinity: Feet of Clay, once again involves Major Gus Bonner’s number one nemesis, the Tlak’kahns. I seldom mention their name because it’s a pain to remember to spell, but I figured I’d use their name in at least one of the 26 reviews for this

      one-season series.

      In this episode, Bonner, Stacey, Seattle, Ec’co, and Drago are first seen trying to reach the Stargate, fleeing from a group of this enemy, only before they get there, they figure out that the beings chasing them are not actually Tlak’kahns. It takes a bit to get to the truth,


      • but they finally do it.

        As it turns out, it’s a village of the Mardan, and these beings are choosing to become like the evil enemy. In truth they are just being oppressed by the other villainous race. With the example of the humans, they have a choice to make, whether

        or not they want to stay on that path or choose a new one.

        There’s plenty of action and there’s some science as Bonner’s team comes up with a serum to save the lives of many of the dying Mardan.

        It’s nothing I’d call special, but for a kids’ cartoon, it could be a lot worse.




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