Review: Doctor Who the Companion Chronicles – The Drowned World

Drowned WorldBlurb: Space Security Agent Sara Kingdom is dead, her ashes strewn on the planet Kembel. But, in an old house in Ely, Sara Kingdom lives on…

To the Elders of this ruined world, Sara is a ghost, a phantom that must be excised. She must prove her right to exist, and she does so with stories. Stories of a time when she traveled the universe with an ancient Doctor and his heroic companion Steven inside a magical space/time ship called the TARDIS.

And one story in particular could make a difference. The one about their trip to a world covered in water, where a human expedition is being wiped out. It’s a battle to survive, as the travelers face the horrors of the drowned world… Continue reading “Review: Doctor Who the Companion Chronicles – The Drowned World” »

The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Episode 46 – State Of Wrestling 2017

Pro Wrestling Roundtable Ep 46On this episode, The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Crew takes a look at the State Of Wrestling. That’s right its that time of year where we look at wrestling, all the rights and wrongs. With Wrestlemania just around the corner we can expect big changes in the coming months. As always John, Richard, Jonathan are on board and this time they are joined by their good friend Jerry Chandler.
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‘Quarry In The Black’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

Quary in Black, Book Review By Ron ForiterQUARRY IN THE BLACK
By Max Allan Collins
Hard Case Crime
209 pages
Release Date – Oct 4, 2016

Regardless of one’s opinion of the new “Quarry” Cinemax TV series, it has shined a light on these fantastic books and that is a benefit worth applauding. As Collins says in his Afterward, the first Quarry book came out in 1976 and was topical at the time. Upon reading these new editions, one is catapulted back to very different America and thus they have truly become “period pieces.”
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The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Scifi News for 2/24/2017

February is coming to a close but that doesn’t mean this podcast isn’t jammed packed with lots of scifi nuggets of fun.

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PCC Multiverse Episode Four

On today’s episode of the PCC Multiverse Josh and Gerald talk about the official changes coming to the Batman solo film, our concerns for the Nintendo Switch and why Horizon Zero Dawn may just provide another big spark to the king of the console jungle. The Super Bros Station Gamescast speculate on a possible Watch Dogs 3 and why they’re glad Crash Bandicoot is seeing new life. The ladies at Wine Women and Words are talking to Rachel Rossilli about the life of being a female stormtrooper. All this plus another great song from Hyperschmitt, a CES interview with Valencell, The Inside Sports Guys tackle the T.O. issue and the Hall of Fame and The Great Debate is back with a Battle of the 007’s and why Hollywood is going on the hype train a bit too early. All this plus a BONUS episode of the Super Bros Station Gamescast! It’s another great trip for as we are so glad you can come along for the ride as we delve into… the PCC Multiverse!


The Earth Station DCU Episode 35 – Batwoman Rebirth

Join Drew Leiter and Cletus Jacobs as we discuss…

DC News

Batwoman Rebirth #1

Batman #17

Green Lanterns #17

Nightwing #15

Green Arrow #17

Super Sons #1

Superman #17

Trinity #6

The Odyssey of the Amazons #2

Supergirl S2 Ep12 – Luthors

Arrow S5 Ep13 – Spectre of the Gun
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The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 358 – ESO Looks at Science II

Earth Station One Podcast Ep 358
Dr. Scott Viguie and Lucas Garrett once again drop some science on Mike and Mike, including the latest and greatest discoveries and technical breakthroughs. After too long a hiatus, Larry Johnson visits the station to announce the return of Cineprov! Plus, Michael Valentine and Captain Zorikh tout the NY premiere of Comix:The Movie at the upcoming Big Apple Con. All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Geek Girl’s Take, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
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Flopcast 250: Raiders of the Lost Marx

Flopcast episode 250! Kevin returns to his old stomping grounds of Woonsocket, Rhode Island for a frighteningly close encounter with 1980s pop icon (and our personal hair hero) Richard Marx. (Yes, he was right there waiting, and yes, we should’ve known better… yikes, these Richard Marx references are becoming something of a hazard… ’twas a great concert nevertheless.) Not knowing when to quit, Kevin then makes a second visit to Rhode Island, this time to see The Mads (that is, Mystery Science Theater 3000’s Frank and Trace, who brought along a goofy old movie, believe it or not). And along the way, we just might run into a member of our favorite synthpop band, and discover the Golden Chicken award. Meanwhile, Kornflake has her latest podcast recommendation (featuring science, and grit, and barking people), and teaches us about Single Tasking Day. (Single tasking is way more effective than multi-tasking — especially if, like us, you lack the wisdom of a wombat.)

Episode 250 complete show notes and links at!


The 42cast Episode 3: Berlanti Maxiverse The New 52 Part One

BerlantiIn this episode Ryan and Sam sit down with me to talk about the four DC television series produced by Greg Berlanti for the CW. Because we recorded so much epic material, we had to split this one into two episodes, so this time we’re talking about The Flash and Arrow. We talk about what we think the highlights and downfalls of each half season have been and where we think each series is going from here. Continue reading “The 42cast Episode 3: Berlanti Maxiverse The New 52 Part One” »