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The Monster Scifi Show – Star Trek Picard

Star Trek Picard has finally arrived back on the airwaves-ish. Does this latest Star Trek series live up to the Roddenberry ideals of the past or forge a new and bold direction? 

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The 42cast Episode 63: Solid Gold Trek

Star Trek was an idea devised by Gene Roddenberry over fifty years ago. He wanted to tell a hopeful story about the future that not only entertained but showed the potential of humanity. His series was not considered a big success at the time, but it has lived on in

PCC Multiverse Episode Sixty Nine

Solo hits theaters, Boba Fett could be a reality, Deadpool 2 thoughts. how YOU can grill the better hamburger this Memorial Day Weekend, the UpFronts for CBS and Fox, our continuing thoughts on the music of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and can Battlefield V actually beat Call of Duty this

Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Ninety

Deadpool 2 hits it big at the box office, which Star Wars movie do you want first Lando or Obi-Wan, the secrets of the songs behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the TV UpFronts for ABC and NBC and what bands broke up before their time? All this and more as Rob McCallum of Galaxy of Hope on Kickstarter, Hunter Farris of the Song Appeal podcast and Jessica Boggs and Out

Pop Culture Cosmos Episode Eighty

We’re talking the Gun Violence-Video Games debate, our picks for the NCAA tourney, TV Ratings news, the Muppets and can Kevin Feige keep his Marvel mouth shut?

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