Vagrant Queen is a new space sci-fi series airing on Syfy, based on a comic book series of the same name written by Magdalene Visaggio, illustrated by Jason Smith, and published by Vault Comics. It follows the adventures of Elida, a deposed alien queen in the far future in a distant galaxy, who is joined in her travels by her human frenemy Isaac, who is trying to find his way back to Earth and his wife, and the mechanic Amae. The trio is being pursued by the Repubic, a group of bad guys from her homeworld, with Commander Lozaro as the main person coming after them. I finally watched this this morning, and while it wasn't quite as good as some of Syfy's other recent space series, I enjoyed it. It was just a lot of fun, and so far the characters seem pretty likeable. It had some pretty cool alien designs, with some pretty impressive makeup work to bring those designs to life. One of the things I liked best about it, is that it is just a whole lot of fun, with lots of silly banter, and snark, which I always love. With so many SFF shows these days being very dark and serious, it's always nice to get one that is just plain fun. It's also pretty colorful, which is kind of rare these days, with most shows seeming to go for a more muted color pallet. So does the fact that Tim Rozon is on this now mean the Wynonna Earp is over? Or is he just not on it anymore? I do agree it was a little odd how everything was taken from modern day Earth, with beer, and karaoke, and aliens named Carl, but we do know Earth is around, and according to the Vagrant Queen 101 article on the show's page on Syfy's website, it takes place "a long, long, LONG time from now", so I guess it could just be that that stuff all spread out from Earth. Nim was pretty cool, so I'm hoping the fact that he was still moving means this isn't the last we've seen of him.