Slice of SciFi #477: Geoff Notkin: Rock Star, Meteorite Man
Today, the crew talks about: The Pentagon’s Sci-Fi Laser Gun, The Guardian’s script news, Spiderman XXX is totally awesome, Multiverse News, some Buzz Aldrin love, Flight Test Land: Space Cargo & Tourism, Movies we won’t see, except for Prime Evil New World.
Interview: Today’s guest is friend of the show Geoff Notkin, co-star of Science Channel’s Meteorite Men. Geoff chats with us about his recent appearance at Spacefest IV along with Buzz Aldrin and BSG’s Richard Hatch, and about his new book Rock Star (complete with introduction by his old friend Neil Gaiman!)
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