Tag Archives: Science fiction

4 Panel 120 – Meaty Slabs of Beef

Mick has gone to more exotic climes so Rob takes the third seat alongside Andrew and Producer Rob for another comics and manga podcast extravaganza. In other news, Marvel are thinking of doing their own story-based podcast, we get our first look at the live-action

Keyframe 98 – Gundam’s Glorious Jazz Hole

The 26 animated feature films that have been shortlisted for an Oscar nomination have been announced so naturally, we’re going to see what all the fuss is about … Before all of that though, our first order of business is visiting Mark who is currently

The Geek Show - A Conversation About Gundam Versus

A Conversation About Gundam Versus

Mark and Rob venture into mech-hell to spend some time with Gundam Versus on the PS4. But with so many Gundam series to choose from and so many different mech designs, is the game trying to do too much, or have Bandai Namco managed to

4-Panel 118 – Not By The Hair On My CG Lip

Andrew and Mick trade back their new model Rob for the older, more comfortable version this week. The news is cause for some head-scratching as DC’s decide to do a JLA/Doom Patrol crossover with the rather odd title of Milk Wars. Meanwhile, Jude Law may

The Geek Show - A Conversation About Rogue Trooper Redux

A Conversation About Rogue Trooper Redux

2000 A.D.’s iconic, blue-skinned genetic infantryman returns in an old-new adventure, but has his digital makeover done him any favours? Andy and Rob head to Nu-Earth to join in the war between the Norts and the Southers, and along the way they’ll try to figure

The Crazies (1973)

To celebrate the life of George A. Romero, Arrow Video have released a box set of three films called between Night and Dawn. It could just as easily be called ‘more than just night and dawn’ as Romero was largely overlooked outside of the Night

4 Panel 113 – Judge Death Does Bollywood

It’s time for your weekly dose of comics and manga with 4-Panel! Hidden in the mist of tangents and nonsense are the trailer for The New Mutants, Cable’s existence as a movie character (but nobody is committed to saying much else), Marvel’s plan for their

Blade Runner 2049

When sci-fi fans learned that Blade Runner was to receive the dreaded reboot treatment, the reaction was all too familiar: a cash-in rehashing of an untouchable classic best left to be ignored. With the recent cascade of failed reboots, the hope that Blade Runner could