Space Jockey Arisu

It all began when Arisu Suzuki grew weary of her mundane, ordinary life on Earth, living only as average humans do.  Always, she had dreamed of a life beyond her own, more exciting, filled with adventure, spontaneity, destiny and danger!  So, eventually, by fate, chance, or forces otherwise, Arisu looked skyward, to the stars and beyond, to places even her imagination had not explored. She knew in her heart that there was someplace else she was meant to be–someplace more fulfilling and rewarding, someplace of which she had always dreamed.

Aspiring to more than earthly life could offer, Arisu brightened her boredom through books and movies.  She traveled to other worlds, other dimensions, and fantastic places, vicariously, from the inked pages of books, to the celluloid cosmos of cinema.  “If only that could be me” thought Arisu.

With her sights set light years ahead, Arisu aimed for the best of what she’d imagined on earth–in the best of movies, books, and outer space!  “What a combination,” she thought!

Aspiring to soar with her dreams, to explore, and more, Arisu pitched the idea to movie reviewer Chris Rennirt and top-secret aerospace engineer xxxxxxxxx.  (Yes, the latter name is classified and secret.)  With little thought, the three agreed.  Arisu thus became Space Jockey Arisu, the movie hero we know today, leading a life once only a dream.

Trawling the stars for entertainment, beyond the minds of most mortals, Space Jockey Arisu now searches for movies and adventures of the greatest, most spectacular types. Like Alice in Wonderland in space, through a looking glass of stars, she explores. Her course is set to the farthest reaches, beyond the limits and boundaries we know, onward to infinity–to the supernovas in us all, past, present, and future, expanding ever more.  As Arisu says, “Your supernova sunrise is just beyond the next event horizon!”


Rockets are ready for launch, as Arisu scouts on Hauté Coutura!

Arisu Striking a Pose on Hauté Coutura

Space Jockey Journal, Stardate 44279.1 – Just in are superstellar shots of Arisu hot enough to make a fuel-filled star go nova light years early!  Transmissions from planet Hauté Coutura show our cosmic cutie kicking back in custom-fit, designer spacewear from the the chicest of planets.  Sporting a white Selusian snow jacket with a Cortesian sun collar and skirt, Arisu scouts for the Space Jockey Rocket.  Whether in galactic garments or spectacular space gear, Arisu is never far from a rocket ready to launch!

Space Jockey is currently out, on assignment, in the farthest of places yet unknown to man or woman.  Her superstellar adventures will be updated at light speed, shortly!  Stay tuned!

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