Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel This is my review of Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel. A post-apocalyptic tale with a human feel. Station Eleven? What’s it all about? Officially, this is the...

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Star Trek Discovery by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman This is my review of Star Trek Discovery by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman. Overall, this is a fresh look at the Star Trek franchise set...

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Footfall by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle This is my review of Footfall, a Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle novel from 1985. Overall, the story is of a race of elephant-like aliens from Alpha Centauri...

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Star Wars Galaxies: Emulator This episode is a quick overview of the SWGEmu available over at www.swgemu.com where you can once again play Star Wars Galaxies while helping the project! Hindsight is 20 20 so they...

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Review and overview of the Star Trek: New Horizons mod for Stellaris. Taking more risks, the intrepid CMDR Max Torps broadcasts another forbidden review to the sheeplike populace of the 33rd century. Inviting them to...

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We review These Final Hours. In season four of the podcast, we get right down to the nitty gritty. With no time to spare and on the run from the authorities, it’s our mission to...

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Interview with Daz Scales, creator of the Darkwave universe! Darkwave: The Edge of the Storm is an independent film directed and produced by Daz Scales. You may have heard of him because of earlier work...

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Welcome to episode 8b! * We revisit The 100, briefly touching on seasons 1 and 2, and discuss the impact we felt during season 3 and critique some decisions the show runners may have made. In...

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In this show we talk to Alan Joshua, author of The Shiva Syndrome and later discuss Dark Matter. Alan describes his creative writing process and we review Dark Matter Season One. The Shiva Syndrome by...

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In this show we review Killjoys season one. Killjoys is a Canadian science fiction show based in a planetary system called The Quad. Teetering on the brink of a class war, our heroes who are...

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