Dec 16, 2021
When does a science fiction go on too long, add too many new characters and odd plots, or just exhaust it's fans in general?
Scottish scifi enthusiasts Stone and Dickie Lynch return to discuss
Dec 2, 2021
Joe Haldeman's novel "The Forever War" is great science fiction in and of itself, involving aliens, time dilation, and how conflicts stretch out for centuries thanks to relativity. It's also a great exploration of the nature and hopelessness of war, a la Vietnam.
Tom Merritt joins to discuss
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Nov 18, 2021
Earth is a Class 12 Deathworld--we just didn't know it! To the
rest of the universe it is violent and uninhabitable, and our
amazing species grew up on this badass planet, and thought it was
perfectly normal. Such is the premise of the Deathworld series.
Michael "Macca" Cameron joins to discuss Deathworld,...
Nov 4, 2021
Cardassians include some of Star Trek's best characters and plot, from Elim Garak (the best character ever) to Dukat (single greatest villain) to Orwellian illusions and Holocaust analogies.
Scottish scifi aficionados Dickie and Stone Lynch return to discuss the Cardassian oeuvre.
Oct 21, 2021
"Waterworld" depicts a post-flood dystopia of psychos on jet skis and Kevin Costner with gills.
John DeVore, celebrated writer for "Humungus" joins to discuss its deeper meaning, and how it's ultimately a Western--only wetter.