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Upcoming Episodes

1/31 & 2/14  Lost episodes! John and Liane discuss their 10 most overappreciated genre movies with filmmaker Bill Simmon.

Monday, January 17, 2022 Does Gen Z Own Star Trek Now? Lacy Baugher Milas joins Jim and John to talk this and many other things.

Lacy Baugher Milas (Den of Geek, The Nerdist, SyFy Wire, and more), Jim, and John discuss Star Trek's "generations" and the way the series has changed...

Monday, January 3, 2022 Weekly World News CEO Greg D'Alessandro guests (with intro featuring Shannon Wheeler)

John and Jim are joined by Weekly World News CEO and Editor-in-Chief Greg D'Alessandro on the rebirth of the revered publication and the many new...

Monday, December 20, 2021 Shannon Wheeler (Too Much Coffee Man) on the Mueller Report, The Bible, the quality of Portland coffee, and what's still funny

John and Jim have a freewheeling chat with Shannon Wheeler (God is Disappointed in You, The New Yorker) about Shannon's work, The Bible, social m...

Sunday, December 5, 2021 Jenny Jarzabski of United Paizo Workers and Paizo Freelancer Joe Blomquist: Are Unions Finally Coming to the Nerdosphere?

John and Jim are joined by RPG company Paizo (Pathfinder, Starfinder) staffer Jenny Jarzabski (a member of the United Paizo Workers union) and freelan...

Monday, November 22, 2021 Caitlin Rosberg (The AV Club) on Dune and the nexus of genre, format, form, and media.

Caitlin Rosberg joins Jim and John to discuss the Dune film and the sometimes uneasy handshake between movie adaptations and their source material wit...

Sunday, November 7, 2021 George Marston (GamesRadar+) on NFTs, their role in the comics industry, and what the heck they are, anyway

George Marston of GamesRadar+ is here to explain Non-Fungible Tokens to you. We discuss their appeal, their limitations, and their implications to art...

About The Show

John Odum is a sometimes-freelance writer whose work has appeared in Bleeding Cool, The Guardian (online), and Huffington Post.

Jim Dandeneau reports on comics, television, and film for Den of Geek.

Liane Allen is an IT geek, with a passion for genre movies, progressive politics, and all things sci-fi.

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