I Became a Science Fiction Fan At An Early Age

For everyone that has lived long enough to see what was once science fiction become science fact. 239 People

    M Dad Told Me I, Robot Stories Before Bed

    He'd simplify them some what, but I knew the three laws of robotics before I knew how to read. I also got my preschool friends to play Star Trek. My first "grown-up" book was a Star Wars novel in third grade.
    sarkadark sarkadark
    Sep 19, 2013


    I loved Blade runner, E.T., Fire-starter, Star Wars, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Aliens any and all kinds of sci fi and have since I can remember. Sci-fi/fantasy American werewolf in London is one of my childhood favorites for the comedy favs Young Frankenstein was great...
    BeTheBestMe BeTheBestMe
    36-40, F
    2 Responses May 21, 2009

    Six, if you count Doctor Who.

    Then Star Trek, then books. So I'm part of the pre-Star Wars generation. I was sad when SF books got replaced by crappy Lord of the Rings knock-offs.
    Baaane Baaane
    51-55, M
    May 31, 2014

    Does anyone remember the VG (Victor Gollancz?

    ) SF books. They had yellow covers. Brilliant writers. In my teens I read two or three a week.
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    Jun 17, 2015

    Star Trek

    My dad is a star trek fan and he's got all the movies and shows and a lot of the novels and I started watching and reading them and now I'm a big fan of science fiction.
    deleted deleted
    May 14, 2013

    Watched Star Trek with my parents

    since I was small, I loved it.
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    1 Response Mar 26, 2016

    In second grade my parents worried about me

    because I wouldn't read any books. I went to the library at my School and saw a book for the older kids. It was a sifi book. I checked it out and showed my mom it. She didn't let me read it because it was to high of a level for me. But she took me to the library in our town to...
    deleted deleted
    Jun 17, 2015

    I Gre Up With Doctor Who, Blake's 7, The Triffids...

    I would watch Doctor Who and Blake's 7 Saturday afternoons on public television.
    2ndDivision 2ndDivision
    Oct 18, 2010

    It first started when my parents bought me Lego

    Starwars the video game on the original DS, I eventually when to watch the films and loved them instantly.
    BioticCactus BioticCactus
    Mar 26, 2016

    I am still in dream..

    . I like to I expecting Everyday I wanna have coffee and cigarettes in my dream....
    skyglad skyglad
    26-30, M
    Apr 15, 2016

    I Grew Up With Sci Fi! A List of Films I Enjoyed

    I grew up in the late 50s, early 60s when a lot of shows were still in black-and-white.  Star Trek was a huge one for me.  I also would watch movies like Godzilla, a cross between Sci Fi and horror. Here is a short list out of many I enjoyed.  Some are a cross...
    thinhotwire thinhotwire
    51-55, F
    1 Response Jun 10, 2009

    Quite Early

    I was about six or seven. Before that I wasn't aware that SF existed, so you could say I became a fan at the earliest opportunity.
    cyberkitty cyberkitty
    3 Responses Apr 18, 2009

    Of Books and Black and White Television

    My grandparents of my mother's side of the family actually had a library filled with science fiction, fantasy (like Tarzan) and UFO books.  They were like a ordinary part of life for me from my very earliest memories, and so I was exposed to rockships, spacesuits and the...
    Centauri4 Centauri4
    46-50, M
    Apr 19, 2009


    me and my grandpa would watch them all the time, and still do
    trippleA trippleA
    18-21, F
    Jun 18, 2009

    When I was four I watched a Danish children's

    science fiction TV series called 'Crash'. It was about a boy whose room was a spaceship. He was able to fly the spaceship with his table lamp. I remember being so excited, though scared of the dark space, the black hole and the thought that a room could rip off and fly into...
    adamiriam adamiriam
    36-40, F
    Jan 16, 2015

    Raised On Sci-fi

    Saw all the Star Wars and Star Trek movies in the theater from the age of 2 on...
    IcarusFalling IcarusFalling
    31-35, M
    1 Response May 20, 2009

    Battlestar Galactica!

    Star Wars and Battlestar are my introduction to sci-fi and I didn't look back!  Yippy!!
    Parthenopeaigle Parthenopeaigle
    36-40, F
    Aug 25, 2010
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