By Larua Nicole
Some very ordinary objects contain extraordinary things. A lamp contains a genie. Small nook in a tree contains a fairy. A marble contains a universe. A purse contains an entire room full of stuff. But there are two objects that seem to be more than they appear.
TARDIS – A regular looking blue police box on the outside, a cathedral sized ship/laboratory/research facility on the inside. I mean, we can talk all day about what we think the TARDIS would look like, and how the TV series depicts it. However, I find the depth much more vivid when left to my imagination. Thus why I am more fond of the various audio versions of the Dr. Who series, particularly the one on BrokenSea.com
Pokeball – Yes, I talked about Pokemon last time, but when you think about it, when did you ever see a trainer walk around with more than one ball. So the thought is that the inside must expand to keep all of the creatures comfortable and safe during transit. I mean there are well over 100 Pokemon. You would need a very big space to keep them all healthy.
What other expandable spaces in literature or television would you like to see?