June 4th, 2012 by Scott
This week on the SciFi Diner Podcast we interview novelist and author Keith R.A. DeCandido (Super City Police Department, Goblin Precinct, Vwars, and various tie-in genre). We also give you a chance to win Michael Hogan, or at least a signed print by him. We also share the following news: Sanctuary Canned, Continuum, Falling Skies Returns, Men in Black #1 in Theaters, and Avengers. We also share our first PodioBook Review: John Mierau’s “Tools and Means”
and actually give you some real science: Mind Controlled Video Games. In This Week In Star Trek, Miles shares how Star Trek is coming to Amazon Prime, and how Costumed Star Trek Fans Are Poised To Break The World Record At Creation Entertainment’s Official Star Trek Convention, Las Vegas. We wrap up by sharing our top moments from Balticon in the SciFi Five in Five.
Tags: Avengers, Balticon, Continuum, Falling Skies, Goblin Precinct, John Mierau, Keith R.A. Decandido, Men in Black, Michael Hogan, Sanctuary, Star Trek, Star Trek Convention, Super City Police Department, Tools and Means, Vwars
May 26th, 2012 by Scott
Yesterday was a first for us at the SciFi Diner Podcast. Balticon. Sure. We’ve been to cons before. Shore Leave and Farpoint, that bring in the huge celebrities. And we’ve developed many friendships and acquaintances through those cons. But Balticon is a different style of convention for us. It brings out the writers, podcasters, and others that make the stories we read, listen to, and even eventually see in movies and TV happen.
May 7th, 2012 by Scott
This week on the sciFi Diner Podcast, we interview Marty Gear from Balticon. We also give you another chance to win Kristen Bauer AND Emelie Ullerup. In news we chat about the Fringe renewal, what Watchmen taught Whedon about making The Avengers, and Justice League: Doom. Miles chats about Will Wheaton, the Star Trek Sequel (Spoiler News), and Composer Joel Goldsmith Dead at 54. We end with our SciFi Five in Five: Great Star Trek Voyager EMH Doctor Quotes.
Tags: Balticon, Emelie Ullerup, Fringe, Joel Goldsmith, Justice League: Doom, Kristen Bauer, Marty Gear, Star Trek, The Avengers, Watchmen, Whedon, Will Wheaton