Rick Deckard (Blade Runner)

Created by Philip K. Dick Developed for the screen by Hampton Fancher and David Peoples When the topic of sci-fi/private eyes comes up for air, so does director Ridley Scott's grim and gritty 1982 film Blade Runner, and, occasionally, the 1968 Philip K. Dick novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?┬áthat it was loosely (very … Continue reading Rick Deckard (Blade Runner)


Created by K.W. Jeter In the appropiately-titled Noir (1998), K.W. Jeter introduces McNIHIL, an ex-Collection Agency information cop with a fetish for 1940's crime flicks, stuck in the same bleak, apolyptic L.A. of the future as Ridley Scott's classic 1982 noir/sci-fi flick Blade Runner. And why not? Jeter had already written two novels by 1998 … Continue reading McNihil