Tag Archive: X-Men

Dec 03

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 157 – Our Interview with Musetta Vander (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Stargate SG-1, Star Trek: Voyager, Babylon 5, Xena: Warrior Princess) Shore Leave 34

In this week’s podcast, we interview Musetta Vander (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Stargate SG-1, Star Trek: Voyager, Babylon 5, Xena: Warrior Princess) while at Shore Leave 34. We also give a chance to win Thomas Dekker. We cover the following news: TV Mid Season Finales, Fringe exec admits to story line that in their mind was a bust, Batman in new Justice League movie not Bruce Wayne?; Original X-Men stars returning for the prequel; and The Ewoks were a necessary evil. in this week in Star Trek, Miles discusses the New Star Trek movie synopsis, Star Trek Renegades news, and a New Life after Trek Pod Cast. In the SciFi 5 in 5 : Top Sheldon Quotes from Big Bang Theory.

Jun 06

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 135 – Our Interview with Glenn Hauman (Crazy 8 Press, X-Men, Star Trek)

This week on the SciFi Diner Podcast, we share an interview we did with Glenn Hauman of ComicMix and Crazy 8 Press. He also authored Star Trek and X-men Novels. We also give you another chance to win Michael Hogan.

Dec 12

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 119b – Our Interview with Author Steven A. Roman (The Saga of Pandora Zwieback, X-Men, Transformers, and More)

On this Science Fiction podcast, we sit down at the diner with author Steven A. Roman. STEVEN A. ROMAN is the bestselling author of the novels Blood Feud: The Saga of Pandora Zwieback, Book 1, X-Men: The Chaos Engine Trilogy, and Final Destination: Dead Man’s Hand. His writing has garnered praise from such authors as World Fantasy Award–winner Charles de Lint, Bram Stoker Award–winner Elizabeth Massie, and fantasist and crime fiction novelist Neal Barrett Jr.

Sep 02

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 74 -Our Interview With Ian Hulme, Author of The Heavenfield Audiobook

In tonight’s Science Fiction podcast, we interview I.G. Hulme, author of the acclaimed audiobook Heavenfield. Our listeners speak out and we announce the Stargate Trivia winner. In news, Douglas Adam’s returns to TV, Doctor Who changes the game, Star Wars from the 1920’s, The Planet of the Apes’ prequel, Ghostbusters 3, Magneto is Dead, and we talk about the rise of the fan girl. Miles brings us This Week in Star Trek where Shatner boldly claims “We Are Not Alone.” Rado gives us his SciFi Five in Five to wrap up the show: shows he thought would be terrible but ended up good!

Jun 18

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 65 – Our Interview with Larry Doyle, Author of the Novel Go Mutants!

Tonight we bring you our interview with author and script writer Larry Doyle from Go Mutants! We also share some listener feedback and Star Wars Trivia with the chance to win four, mind you, FOUR Smart Pop books! We of course share our thoughts on the Stargate Universe Finale, the True Blood season 3 Premiere, Battlestar Galactica Online, the A-Team Movie, the latest news regarding the X-men Origin movie, The Hobbit Movie, Summer Glau News, and Nazis. Miles talks about Star Trek 12 and Patrick Stewart in his This Week In Star Trek segment and then wraps up the show with his top five fight scenes in Science Fiction in the SciFi Five in Five.

May 14

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 60 – Our Interview With Starship Farragut; Iron Man 2 Review.

Tonight on menu, we serve up an interview with John Broughton and Mike Bednar from Starship Farragut. We give away a signed print from Lee Arenberg in our trivia this week. We also give you our review of Iron Man 2 (Warning: This comes complete with spoilers). We wind up with our SciFi Five in Five.

Sep 18

Scifi Diner Podcast Ep. 33 – An Interview with Robert Picardo from Stargate: Atlantis and Star Trek Voyager. News on Defying Gravity, Warehouse 13, Dr. Horrible, Fringe and More!

In tonight’s science fiction podcast, we interview Robert Picardo (Richard Woolsey from Stargate Atlantis and the holographic doctor from Star Trek Voyager. Defying Gravity Gets Canceled then uncanceled, Battlestar Galactica meets Warehouse 13, Dr. Horrible is an Emmy winner, Prince of Persia, Star Trek, Pirates of the Caribbean, Surrogates, Wolverine and Fringe DVD releases.