Yes, I’ve been known to go trawling on the podcast waves, looking for other scifi and fantasy related podcasts, and podcasts about old shows. Since I’m doing one for Babylon 5, I like to see what other older shows people out there are geeking about.
Andrea, consummate Wingin’ It and Slice of SciFi and Ninjas fan (and of a buncha other shows, too) has stepped up, showing us how deep her love for Ninjas runs.
It looks like two Ninjas will be at Dragon*Con.
Y’all rock. Just sayin’.
Okay, I really was planning on making it to Dragon*Con this year, but after finding out that all the con hotels are sold out, the only way I make it there is to find out if there are any ladies out there attending and in need of another roommate to split the bill.
I thought you guys might want to see this pilot for a show spoofing Knight Rider and other similar classic scifi shows. It stars Jack Black as a NASA astronaut on the run with his talking motorcycle companion voiced by Owen Wilson.
See for yourself how low the old tin cans had fallen.
Anyone out there as big a fan of the bionic TV franchise as I am? I’m talking The Six Million Dollar Man, The Bionic Woman, and all the various subsequent TV movies and potential spin-offs, including the failed pilot for The Bionic Boy. I couldn’t get enough of that stuff when I was a kid, but they all paled in comparison to Bionic Six.
Take the Firefly quiz, and discover Which Firefly crewmember are you?
In this documentary, the fans explain what inspired them to become passionate about Firefly, to help save Firefly, attend shindigs, participate in message boards, donate to charities, and become Serenity extras. They talk about the many ways that Firefly has affected their lives. Cast and crew also share humorous and insightful experiences with the fans.
Mosquito, a Firefly spoofing fan film which debuted last week at Dragon*Con, is now available for download at MosquitoVerse.