Revsf roundtalbe Podcast For over 10 years, a million years in Internet time, RevolutionSF.com has assembled five-star geeks for criticism, commentary, and comedy about sci-fi related movies, TV, books, comics, and culture. Now the RevolutionSF Roundtable gathers that gaggle in convenient audio form. Hosts Deanna Toxopeus and Gary Mitchel whomp up interviews, reviews, book clubs, and the week in nerdiness, The RevolutionSF Roundtable provides tough love, analysis, and silliness spanning the history of sci-fi and its related genres. From our brains to your ears, RevolutionSF presents a podcast that’s smart and smarty-pants. Be one of us… one of us… one of us.

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  • RevCast Special: Osiris Child & Rogue Warrior Robot Fighter
    by RevolutionSF.com on November 7, 2017 at 8:25 pm

    RevolutionSF interviewed the creators of two awesome sci-fi movies that you need to see as soon as possible. Preferably right after you listen to the podcast.  First up: Shane Abbess, the director of the movie with the best subtitle, Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume 1.    Then we talk to the incredible Tracey Birdsall, star and director of Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter and the upcoming Time War.    Thank you to both fine folks for their time. Follow them on all the things! Both movies have all the spaceships blowing up that you need, and they're watchable right now on your very own devices. Osiris Child Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter  Bonus good stuff:  A very cool profile of Ms. Birdsall on HuffPost.  The RevolutionSF RevCast is one of the zillions of geeky podcasts on Earth Station One, your home for all things geek. […]

  • RevCast Special: TV Guidance Counselor Ken Reid: The Interview
    by RevCast on October 14, 2017 at 5:59 pm

    Joe Crowe interviewed comedian and podcaster Ken Reid, host of the TV Guidance Counselor podcast.  On the TV Guidance Counselor podcast, Ken and a guest pick a classic issue of TV Guide and go through what they would have watched, or what they were watching, during the week from that issue.     Ken's podcast is a gloriously geeky celebration of old-school TV. You will dig it.  We only talked about Manimal for a minute or two, promise.  Ken talks about hosting over 250 episodes of his podcast, meeting Ted Danson, the awesomeness of classic TV. And we spent a lot of time talking about the funniest show, SCTV. (And there's an SCTV-related musical surprise at the end of the episode.)  What To Do Next:  Listen to TV Guidance Counselor.  Follow @TVGuidance.   &nbs […]

  • RevCast Special LIVE: Epic Failures of Sci-Fi & Fantasy TV
    by RevolutionSF.com on September 1, 2017 at 1:14 am

    Live from the Hoover Public Library in Birmingham, Alabama, Joe Crowe hosted a discussion of sci-fi and fantasy shows that came and went too soon.  Spoiler warning: He mentioned Manimal. (Because it's the greatest show, that's why.)  We also talked about how peanuts temporarily saved a TV series, and what secret would have been revealed on one quickly canceled Fox TV series if it had, well, not been canceled quickly.   Here's a playlist of all the shows that came up. Thanks to our pals at Hoover Sci-Fi and Fantasy Fest!  For more quickly canceled favorites, find Joe and his ilk at American Sci-Fi Classics Track at Dragon Con!  &nbs […]

  • RevCast Special: Harry Potter vs Star Wars 2017
    by RevolutionSF.com on August 26, 2017 at 5:12 am

    RevSF's Joe Crowe hosted a debate between fans of Star Wars and fans of Harry Potter.  Then it turned into a game of Family Feud, with Potter fans on one side and Star Wars fans on the other.Listen live to hear Joe totally lose his breath running up and down the theater stairs to give audience members the microphone.  The whole thing was part of the Hoover Public Library's Sci-Fi and Fantasy Fest in July 2017, where the nerd-o-sphere in Birmingham, Alabama got together for some healthy debate. Quick question. Lobot, Lando's buddy from Cloud City. He's a cyborg. Right? This is one of the many issues we address. Thanks to these fine folksHoover Public Library Sci-Fi & Fantasy FestThe DeuceCast Movie Show To our cool panelists everyone in our audience, thank you! We'll do this again next year. I mean, we'd do it again right now, but the library probably already has a thing.  Tweetage: Follow Joe Crowe @YoJoeCroweThe Hoover Public Library @HooverPublicLibrary The Deucecast Movie Show @TheDeuceCast […]

  • RevCast Special: Hoover Library Sci-Fi & Fantasy Fest 2017: Star Trek vs Star Wars
    by RevolutionSF.com on August 25, 2017 at 2:13 am

    At the Hoover Public Library's Sci-Fi & Fantasy Fest 2017 in Hoover, Alabama, we answered the most pressing question of our time.  Which one is better: Star Trek or Star Wars?  Our august panel of learned individuals -- Joe Crowe, local Starfleet captain Mark Adam Miller, and Kingdom Comics wizard Stan Daniel-- answered the question in the best possible way: By deciding who would win if characters from each franchise fought each other.  This panel decided bragging rights for the next year. If -- WHEN-- the question comes up in your everyday life about whether Star Trek or Star Wars is better, once you listen here, you'll know the answer.  Thanks to our audience who came out to our super-fun panel. Check out our panelists here: Hoover Library Sci-Fi & Fantasy Fest: Books you can borrow AND a sci-fi convention? Genius. Kingdom Comics: Books you can buy AND toys you can buy AND shirts you can buy AND tons of geeky gewgaws you can buy? Genius.  Starfleet International: Hephaestus (Birmingham, Ala. chapter)  A bunch of local folks who talk about Star Trek? Nothing but Star Trek? Genius. The RevolutionSF RevCast is part of the Earth Station One network, your home for all things geek.&nbs […]

  • RevCast Special: LIVE From DragonCon: Challenge of the Super Nerds
    by RevolutionSF.com on April 30, 2017 at 1:48 am

    Recorded LIVE from Dragon Con 2016, Challenge of the Super Nerds is a goofy live game show that takes place ever year on American Sci-Fi Classics Track, hosted by RevolutionSF's own Gary Mitchel and Joe Crowe.  Challenge of the Super Nerds is a trivia game, and it's also a delivery system for geeky gewgaws and nerdy knick-knacks straight from our attics, our shelves, and our storage boxes -- straight to you.  As always, we invited audience members to clean off their own shelves and bring in cool stuff to give away as prizes.  Everyone at Challenge of the Super Nerds wins something. Whether you like it or not. (Watch out for the Hulk cologne.)  Mucho thankos to RevCast cohost Tegan Hendrickson and Classic Track Irregulars (and RevCast pals) Geena Phillips, Michael Bailey, Sue Kisenwether, and Sean Reid.   And thank you to our excellent audience. You folks are the coolest.  The RevCast is one of the zillion podcasts on Earth Station One, your home for all things geek.&nbs […]

  • RevolutionSF RevCast Special: Dominion of Giants Coloring Book Artist Eric Messinger
    by RevolutionSF.com on April 18, 2017 at 4:51 pm

    Coloring books, we can all agree, were the most fun you could have when you were not bodyslamming your little brother on the driveway. Today, coloring books that aren't exclusively for the young folks are a big thing -- and we've got artist Eric Messinger to talk about his latest -- Dominion of Giants! It's a coloring book jammed with old-school fantasy art, suitable for any fan of dungeons and/or dragons. Eric takes us through the setting he invented, and, basically, how cool it is to draw fun stuff.  Check out Eric Messinger and the book, Dominion of Giants! The RevCast is one of a zillion awesome podcasts on Earth Station One, your home for all things geek.     &nbs […]

  • RevCast Special: LIVE Escape From the Planet of the Apes Anniversary
    by RevolutionSF.com on March 24, 2017 at 8:11 pm

    Live from DragonCon 2016: On the American Sci-Fi Classic track, RevSF's Joe Crowe and Gary Mitchel put on a weekend of ape-tastic fun, even when they are not talking about Planet of the Apes.  But in this case, they are! Take a deep dive into the third Planet of the Apes movie from 1971 (and the only one with Ricardo Montalban, to our everlasting regret.)  BABY MILO, YOU GUYS.  RevSF pals in this live episode include Andrew Gaska, writer of Planet of the Apes books and stories and consultant for 20th Century Fox. Check him out at BLAM! Ventures.  Join Joe, Gary, and the Classic Track Irregulars at DragonCon on Labor Day weekend and all year round on the FacBoo.  The RevCast is one of the zillions of geeky podcasts on Earth Station One, your home for all things geek.      &nbs […]

  • RevolutionSF RevCast Special: Neverending Story Star Tami Stronach
    by RevolutionSF.com on March 8, 2017 at 10:42 pm

    In this special edition of the RevCast, Joe Crowe interviews Tami Stronach, the Childlike Empress from the 1984 classic fantasy flick, The Neverending Story.  I know! Falcor! Atreyu! That movie is the best.  Joe called her the "Childlike Princess" in the intro. Smooth move, Ex-Lax. Anyways.  Today you can find Ms. Stronach at Paper Canoe Company, where she and her husband Greg are making family-friendly music and plays. Their mission: Paper Canoe creates stories that make kids feel like grown ups and make grownups feel like kids. Check out her song "Beanstalk Jack" at the link.  Download and listen as Joe tries not to freak out!  Follow RevolutionSF on Twitter @RevolutionSF and find Joe Crowe there at @YoJoeCrowe. You can also find us on the FacBoo.  Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes and on Stitcher! Join us now or The Nothing will get you. The RevCast is one of the zillions of podcasts on Earth Station One, your home for all things geek.  &nbs […]

  • RevNews - Drowned in Moonlight - Remembering Carrie Fisher
    by RevolutionSF.com on January 11, 2017 at 2:10 am

    2016 was a rough year for all of us, even here are the RevCast/RevNews. Deanna, Tegan and Gary have been away for a while, but now they're back! Although we wish it was under better circumstances. First up, our crew covers why they've been away, and then our hosts for this RevNews are joined by KC Ryan and Sue K for a look back at the life and career of the one and only Carrie Fisher, who we lost at the end of the year. Listen in as they discuss crying all the tears; what Leia means to them; Carrie's fights against agism, the Hollywood system, & for mental health awareness; her carrer as a writer and script doctor; our love of her dog's twitter; her interactions with the fans; how we should have had her around longer; how the modern era of the internet and Twitter let us know our icons better, but also means their loss hurts more; the impact of Star Wars on pop culture & their lives; Carrie's work outside Star Wars & how she'll be memorialized; the infamous bikini;how we should share our stories & love with the people who inspire us before they're gone, and our our favorite Carrie Leia memories. The RevolutionSF RevNews theme music is "20 Minutes of Oxygen" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Find them at Thickets.net. Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes or on Stitcher It helps the algorithms. You gotta do it for the algorithms. A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com. What's your favorite Carrie moment? The RevNews is made by the people behind RevolutionSF. The RevNews is part of the Earth Station One podcast network, your home for all things geek. […]

  • RevCast Special: SCI FIGHTERS: Harry Potter vs. Star Wars
    by RevolutionSF.com on November 19, 2016 at 4:56 pm

    We assembled two Star Wars fans and two Harry Potter fans at the Hoover Library in Birmingham, Alabama's Sci-Fi & Fantasy Fest in front of a live audience for a panel called "Harry Potter vs Star Wars."  Some panels such as this would host an intelligent discussion about the differences and similarities in a reserved, intellectual atmosphere.  RevSF's Joe Crowe just had them fight.  Darth Maul vs. Prof. McGonnagal? Hermione vs. Mace Windu? Harry Potter vs. Chewbacca? Yes. All of these. Right here.  Eight characters from "Potter" vs. eight characters from "Star Wars," in a 16-person King of the Ring-style tournament voted on by audience members. The whole thing is silly, fun, and contains intelligent discussion about what would happen if Darth Vader fought dementors. We had more fun than any Muggle or nerf-herder should be allowed.  Subscribe to The RevCast and rate us on iTunes and Stitcher! Do it for the algorithms. Or just to find out what we decided a group of dementors would be called.   Linkage:  The DeuceCast pop culture podcast. The Hoover Library's Sci-Fi and Fantasy Fest. Alabama Phoenix Festival.Kingdom Comics.  Earth Station One, your station for all things geek.  &nbs […]

  • RevCast Special: Sci Fighters LIVE: Star Trek vs Star Wars
    by RevolutionSF.com on September 29, 2016 at 11:32 pm

    Live in front of a fabulous studio audience at Magic City Con 2016 -- RevSF's Joe Crowe along with the Cosmic Potato podcast presented the most important discussion anyone can have.  Who would win between Star Trek and Star Wars characters?  We held a tournament where they fought it out, mano on Greedo, until only one remained. The audience decided the winners by discussion and yelling.  Listen as learned individuals conduct serious discussions about this stuff, as one must when one attends a sci-fi convention.  Linkage: American Sci-Fi Classics Track at DragonConCosmic Potato podcastMagic City Con The RevCast is sponsored by Earth Station One, your home for all things geek.    &nbs […]

  • RevNews - Star Trek Beyond - Treking the Verb!
    by RevolutionSF.com on July 23, 2016 at 2:56 am

    The adventures in the new Star Trek universe continue! But this time, without JJ at the helm, and with a script by fan favorite Simon Pegg! Will a story by one of our favorite geeks get classic Trek fans back on board? Or will the action focus of new director Justin Lin just make them furious? RevNews hosts Gary Mitchel & Tegan Hendrickson beam aboard Trek fans Kasey Ryan, Michael Falkner, and Sue Kisenwether to discuss these questions and many more! Listen in as they talk about their thoughts on the reboot universe so far; the pain of Star Trek: Nemesis; how they felt after the first trailer; Kacey covers how we're an accident prone species; what (little) is known of the plot so far; the tragic loss of Anton Yelchin; the controversy over Sulu's orientation & why representation matters; how to honor Gene while not putting him on a pedestal; drawing the line at shenanigans when they involve BB-8; the gatekeeping of Rihanna & other female fans; their love for Idris Elba; the movies and shows they have to share with Kacey and their favorites of the Trek movies. The RevolutionSF RevNews theme music is "20 Minutes of Oxygen" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Find them at Thickets.net. Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes or on Stitcher It helps the algorithms. You gotta do it for the algorithms. A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com. Why do you think we can't have nice things in space? The RevNews is made by the people behind RevolutionSF. The RevNews is part of the Earth Station One podcast network, your home for all things geek. […]

  • RevCast Special: Horror / Sci-Fi Movie Actor Filmmaker Serge Levin
    by RevolutionSF.com on July 22, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    RevSF's Joe Crowe talks to horror and sci-fi actor and filmmaker Serge Levin about his work in the horror and sci-fi genres, as well as must-see movies Welcome to Willits and Abysm.  He talks about doing martial arts with Dolph Lundgren on Welcome to Willits, being in awe of Michael Ironside on Abysm, and his career in movies.  For more about the excellent Serge Levin, check out his website.    The RevCast is part of the Earth Station One podcast network, your station for all things geek.  Follow the RevCast at http:/www.RevolutionSF.com  &nbs […]

  • RevNews: Daredevil on Netflix, Season 1 - Happy to See You!
    by RevolutionSF.com on July 15, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    Greetings, RevFans. We present to you another one of our RevNews podcasts that was thought to be lost in the midst of Gary's cross-country move! We found it in the box with the good silverware. Season two may be streaming (and awesome), but please join us for a look back! It's time to listen to the best podcasting avocados of RevolutionSF's kitchen, Tegan Hendrickson, Ryan Guthrie, Nathan Laws, and Gary Mitchel. You'll wonder if they can see what year it is as they discuss season one of Netflix's Daredevil. It's like an epic hallway scene for your ears as we talk about the characters, plot, and cinemotagraphy in one unbroken take of awesome. It's so much pulse-pounding thrill-a-minute discussing that you may need to call your lawyer because you have whiplash. So sit down, take a listen, and stare at your favorite painting as we take you into a world on fire. Excelsior! The RevolutionSF RevNews theme music is "20 Minutes of Oxygen" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Find them at Thickets.net. Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes or on Stitcher It helps the algorithms. You gotta do it for the algorithms. A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com. Do you have a friend like Foggy? The RevNews is made by the people behind RevolutionSF. This episode edited by Nathan Laws. The RevNews is part of the Earth Station One podcast network, your home for all things geek. […]

  • REVNEWS: Rebirthing Pains - DC Universe Rebooting Again!
    by RevolutionSF.com on July 7, 2016 at 10:33 pm

    In 1985, DC Comics published the epic series CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, and ever since the repercussions have reverberated down over the years, inside and out of their published universe. Characters and worlds lived and died! A cycle of yearly mega-crossover events have became the norm. And what started as an attempt to streamline the DC Universe lead to more and more frayed bits and pieces requiring new clean-ups that caused even more issues. And now, after the somewhat unsuccessful New 52, DC is pusing the cosmic reset button once more! This time, however, feels different. This new mega-event, titled REBIRTH, is under the watchful hand of legendary writer Geoff Johns, who's no stranger to breathing new life and excitement into characters that need a return to greatness. To discuss the events that lead to this change, the story itself, and the repercusions of this new Universe Reset, RevNews host Gary Mitchel put out the call to Green Lantern expert Sean, The Rad Ranger, and the world's foremost Flash Fan Shaun Rosado! Listen as they take a (not-so) brief look at DC's previous major events; what makes event stories work, & what doesn't; how modern heroes can be seen as modern gods; REBIRTH as business & writing decision; Batman's belt, Superman's lack of red shorts & overall costume design theory; DC's ability to do legacy; what each of the main DC characters represent to readers; the big moment that brought all the feels; the meta side of the reveal of the big bad; a look at the Superman, Batman, Green Arrow, Green Lantern & Wonder Woman Rebirth issues; Shaun's Bette Midler reference; how everyone gets to be a Batman; Rad Ranger's fondness for 90's costumes; Shaun's message to DC about artists; and the upcoming comics they can't miss. The RevolutionSF RevNews theme music is "20 Minutes of Oxygen" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Find them at Thickets.net. Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes or on Stitcher It helps the algorithms. You gotta do it for the algorithms. A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com. Do you trust in Johns? The RevNews is made by the people behind RevolutionSF. The RevNews is part of the Earth Station One() podcast network, your home for all things geek. […]

  • RevCast Special: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure 30th Anniversary
    by RevolutionSF.com on June 28, 2016 at 4:42 pm

    Every year, RevCast cohost Gary Mitchel and RevolutionSF co-founder Joe Crowe set up shop at the con's American Sci-Fi Classics Track, where they present panels on movies, TV, and other geeky things from more than 10 years ago, alongside fine folks you've heard on the RevCast and our network, your home for all things geek, Earth Station One.  In 2015, they celebrated the 30th anniversary of Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.  Listen now. Listen often. The podcast is even available in the basement of the Alamo.    &nbs […]

  • RevNews – Captain America: Civil War – #TeamFeels
    by RevolutionSF.com on May 22, 2016 at 1:53 am

    The RevNews coverage of all things Captain America: Civil War concludes! We came, we saw, we laughed and we cried! Oh, did our group of podcasters cry as the movie hit them hard, as the internet says, right in the feels. RevNews hosts Gary Mitchel & Tegan Hendrickson have reconvened with registered fans Mike Nelson, Ryan Guthrie and, Jennifer Hartshorn to see if the movie met their previously discussed expectations, or if it needs to be sent to its room (that may be an exaggeration). Listen in as they talk about why previous delays weren't Tegan's fault; their general reactions to the movie; the capable hands of the Russo Brothers; what predictions they got right (and wrong); their trouble believing that was Howard Stark's car; Tony's deep need for therapy; their quibbles and the feels; Zemo's plan and if Mike was happy that Zemo wasn't Cobra Commandered; the deaths, more feels and the many needs for hugs; how they felt about all the characters; Bucky's Legolas moment; Tony's need for therapy; the incredible cuteness of Vision & Wanda; the redemption of Clint Barton; their need for a Black Panther movie right now; what Spidey brought to Team Tony; Zemo's vicory and need for another hug; Tegan's use of "Hobbiting" as a verb; the big airport fight; how the Russo brothers used our expectations against us in a fantastic way; the intensity & deep feels of the final fight; Bucky putting on a smile for Steve’s sake; #TeamBladder; and where they ranks it amongst the MCU movies so far. The RevolutionSF RevNews theme music is "20 Minutes of Oxygen" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Find them at Thickets.net. Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes or on Stitcher It helps the algorithms. You gotta do it for the algorithms. A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com. What’s your favorite Stan Lee cameo? The RevNews is made by the people behind RevolutionSF. The RevNews is part of the Earth Station One podcast network, your home for all things geek. […]

  • RevNews – Civil War: The Comic – Infinite Crisis in Infinite Politics!
    by RevolutionSF.com on May 6, 2016 at 2:05 am

    The RevNews coverage of all things Captain America: Civil War continues! In this new episode, host Gary Mitchel calls in the world's foremost Flash fan and comics expert Shaun Rosado to discuss the epic comics event, and all its related series, which has inspired the movie! Tune in as they explain why this movie may be the closest the MCU will come to the actual comics; a bit of history of The Avengers in comics along with everything going on in comics & the real world that influenced this epic event; the differences in how MARVEL handles a recalibration vs how DC does it; what started the Civil war & the two sides' arguments; what the series did to Tony Stark as a character & how Movie Tony and Comics Tony differ; how all the character moments seem to be in the side-books and the BIG moments are in the main book; which side Gary and Shaun are on; where Shaun thinks all the villains were while the heroes fought; the final fight that ended the war, the denouement, the lingering aftermath & how it affected the MAREL Comics Universe for the next few years; and what they consider to be essential (and NON-essential) reading for the event. The RevolutionSF RevNews theme music is "20 Minutes of Oxygen" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Find them at Thickets.net. Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes or on Stitcher It helps the algorithms. You gotta do it for the algorithms. A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com. Is the Thor-Bot like an elevator? The RevNews is made by the people behind RevolutionSF.  The RevNews is part of the Earth Station One podcast network, your home for all things geek. […]

  • RevNews - Batman vs Superman – Just Kiss Already!
    by RevolutionSF.com on May 2, 2016 at 2:01 am

    The DC Cinematic Universe begins here! And it begins with the epic clash between their biggest heroes! Can Goyer and Snyder meet the challenge of making a movie that can not only face off against MARVEL, but fandom's mixed reactions to Man of Steel? RevNews hosts Gary Mitchel & Tegan Hendrickson call in Nathan Laws to round out their podcast league to discuss these issues and more, before and then after they watched the movie! Tune in as the trinity discuss Snyder's strengths and weaknesses; who they wish had been cast as Batman (he'd done it before); if "fun" is a bad word to the DC/WB executives; the idea of DC as a movie & TV multiverse; the intrinsic qualities of Superman; how they like their Lex; and how Nathan takes Tegan's joy. Then, after they've seen the movie, they cover what did work . . . and what didn't; the whole "Martha" thing; how this Batman was built & what was missing from him; Gary explains the glowy-guy who confused Tegan & Nathan; what they feel is the movie's fundamental flaw; Nathan discovers the movie's one moment of real depth; how this hardly speaking Superman is oddly fatalistic; Tegan's need to know why Perry doesn't fire Kent; why Moma deserves a good Aquaman movie; Luthor's lack of menace; the aftermath of the movie in both the fandom and financial areas; and how they ultimately feel about the movie. The RevolutionSF RevNews theme music is "20 Minutes of Oxygen" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Find them at Thickets.net. Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes or on Stitcher It helps the algorithms. You gotta do it for the algorithms. A reminder about our feedback address: revcast@revolutionsf.com. Do you think Aquaman has been punished enough? The RevNews is part of the Earth Station One podcast network, your home for all things geek. […]

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