The Slice gang recounts the amazing times they had at Phoenix Comicon, Will Smith and Jayden Smith have delivered the goods, but does After Earth have a greater purpose than this weekend’s box office revenue?, the geniuses at Lego built a seriously big ass toy to play with, Are you watching JourneyQuest? – you should!, Hey mister can I borrow a dime – I want to pay for a space telescope!, And holy crap… the Sun is making the Earth Shake!
Slice of SciFi #462: Exclusive “Eureka” Roundtable with series creator Jaime Paglia, stars Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield and Debrah Farentino
If you’re a fan of Eureka, you don’t want to miss today’s installment of Slice! Brian and Sam talk to series creator Jaime Paglia, stars Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield and Debrah Farentino at the recent Phoenix Comicon. They’ll talk about what we’ve seen so far in season five as well as their thoughts on the beginning of the end of one of our favorite shows. If you’re not caught up through last week’s episode, “Worst Cast Scenario,” we’ll warn you that there are SPOILERS!
Slice of SciFi #456: A Conversation with Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Star of “Eureka” and Phoenix Comicon Guest
Welcome to the mid-week installment of Slice of SciFi! On today’s show, we talk to Salli Richardson-Whitfield. You probably know her best from her role as Dr. Allison Blake on SyFy’s Eureka. Salli is also a guest at the upcoming Phoenix Comicon, so if you’re in the area why don’t you stop by and say hello! And you can also catch some of the Slice crew there as well.
Interview: On today’s show, we’ve got a familiar voice for animation fans, Phil LaMarr. LaMarr is the voice of Hermes on Futurama and you’ve heard him on a lot of other animated series. He’s going to be part of the upcoming Phoenix Comicon in a couple of weeks, so if you’re out that way, why not drop by and see him?
Holy cow, it’s our 450th episode! We’ll celebrate with news about how one of our favorite shows could be coming back.
Today’s we interview actor Casper Van Dien from The Pact. Van Dien will also be a guest at the upcoming Phoenix Comicon, May 24-27 2012.
We’ll be back Friday with some listener feedback! See you then!
Phoenix Comicon 2011 is in full swing. Even though Saturday and Sunday are approaching fast, if you’re in town, we’re presenting a quick rundown of events that you can still drop by and attend!
Robbie Duncan McNeill is one of this year’s Phoenix Comicon media guests, and he takes some time to chat with Slice of SciFi about his work as a producer/director on Chuck
Tim Adamec is exploring Phoenix Comicon 2011 this entire Memorial Day weekend, and here are some sights and events from Friday
Lead Stories: For $150 million, you could orbit the moon. There’s good news about “Akira” SciFi to SciFact: “Minority Report” Multiverse News Update: Nigel is back with his most epic news check-in EVER! News of the Week: Fred Flintstone plus Seth MacFarlane. Are you excited? A new animated “Trek”? No more “Star Trek: New Frontier”?!? [...]
Interview: This week, we chat with Erin Gray who played Col. Wilma Deering on “Buck Rogers,” also Kate on “Silver Spoons.” Erin discusses her time on the classic series, life at sci-fi conventions and her career. She also discusses her company, Heroes for Hire and being an agent for some of the stars of our favorite shows. Erin will be part of the upcoming Phoenix Comicon if you’re in the area and want to see her.
Interview: Mike, Brian and Tim talk with Joe Boudrie, the program director for the upcoming Phoenix Comic Con. This major event will showcase well known actors from “Star Trek,” “Star Wars,” and the world of anime and comics. It will feature a huge 18,000 square foot Vendors Hall and for the first time, our own FarPoint Media will be headlined at the Con’s new Podcast Venue. The Phoenix Comic Con takes place January 25-27, 2008.