Directed by: Ron Howard. Wait, THE Ron Howard? Oscar award winning director Ron Howard? The same guy who did Frost/Nixon and Apollo 13? Seriously? Okay, if you say so.
Topics under discussion include: An overview of Cockpit: The Rule of Engagement and how it connects to Jesse’s award winning script Cockpit, Adam’s and Jesse’s casting choices for a would-be Robotech movie…
Summary Judgement: A Panthro and Grune focused episode that offers a lot of back story and some fantastic voice acting. Too bad it only moves the overall plot about 3 inches.
Summary Judgement: A subtle and challenging story that weaves together chthonic mythology, dystopian city spaces, and piracy.
Summary Judgement: There’s no doubt that Space Pirates and Zombies was great in beta, but the 1.0 release is nothing short of sensational.
Summary Judgement: Not the best episode to date. The very existential build-up is spoiled with simple optimism and a grand Deus ex Thundercat. *Spoilers ahead* “Song of the Petalars” isn’t Continue Reading
Summary Judgement: It seems upbeat, whimsical and optimistic before revealing a subtext that might just question the nature of literature itself.
Question of the Day: Is Torchwood still Torchwood? You tell me.
Summary Judgement: This week’s Thundercats sees Herman Melville giving Lion-O his first lesson in leadership.
Summary Judgement: A fantastic piece of flash fiction that subverts the tropes of the zombie apocalypse while exploring a disquieting vision of a post-human future.