It’s my birthday, but isn’t stopping me from rolling my eyes. You may not think that Montana has to deal with many nightmarish traffic situations, since it has the population density of Antarctica. However, one police officer did run into an unexpected item blocking traffic.
If the documentary Terminator has taught us anything, it’s that the machines will one day cast off their chains and rebel against their human oppressors. Marcus Brown and I discuss whether or not a recent news story provides evidence that battle has already begun, and we also share our own experience fighting our future robot overlords.
It’s April 15th, which means two things: Tax Day, and the anniversary of the Titanic disaster. Ace Chicago Radio Newsman Rob Hart talks about why he shares my life long interest in the Titanic, what the disaster meant for the 20th century and whether or not it was all that impressive that writer Morgan Robertson basically wrote a book about the Titanic 14 years before it happened.
Elliott Serrano talks with Unshaven Comics creator and co-owner Marc Alan Fishman and comic book artist and writer Gene Ha.
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad are once again joined by “The Children of Loki” author Todd Allen. This week we find out what Elliott thought of Into the Spiderverse after he became the last person in the world to see it. Plus, Elliott and Keith tackle the Star Trek Canon Conundrum after Elliott has also caught up on Star Trek Discovery.
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad talk with author Todd Allen about his new book “The Children of Loki,” launching projects through crowdfunding, and the pros and cons of writing novels and comic books in the digital world.
Elliott Serrano look into their crystal ball and break down news about the various new Star Trek TV series at CBS, and mourn the apparent end of the JJ Abrams Star Trek movies. Plus, Elliott and Keith tackle a question that has haunted the human race for decades: Is Indiana Jones really an archaeologist?
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad take a look at the top stories in geekdom and actual science to come out of the raging dumpster fire that is the year 2018, from Ron Howard’s highest grossing movie of all time to an interstellar visitor.
Is Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Problematic? As Christmas approaches, Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad come together to tackle one of the most divisive issues of our time: Was Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer bullied and is such behavior by the other reindeer a good example for kids to see? And seriously, how much of a jerk is Santa in that story?