long time sci-fi fan who loves the internet. I am also writting on other subjects than sci fi.
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The Art of William Black
William Black is a professional digital artist specializing in science fiction, space travel, and the future. He has done commission artwork for unspecified clients. However he profiles and sells personal copies of his work at his webpage. According to his Patreon page, he describes himself as an artist who puts art informed with realism based on hard science. The artist has had a lifelong interest in space travel and colonization. Mr. Black firmly believes that humanity will colonize outer space in the future starting with our solar system then off to the stars.
Alien Nation The Newcomers Podcast
The Alien Nation podcast is hosted by bothers Kenny and Michael Mittleider. They both review each episode of the science fiction TV series Alien Nation, a Fox television program that ran from 1989 to 1990. The TV series was based on a movie with the same name and was released in 1988. The podcast also has included reviews of the made for TV movies based on the series. There have been some 33 podcast episodes produced by the two brothers since 2012 and more are planed for the future. Future episodes of the podcast will be periodic since source material is running low.
The Coso Artifact
When I was growing up in the late 70's, I loved watching the documenty series, In Search Of, hosted by icon Leonard Nimoy. There was an episode on the subject of ancient astronauts that always fascinated me.
The Trail Went Cold
The Trail Went Cold is a true crime podcast that explores unexplained deaths and disappearances which have become cold cases. The weekly show is hosted by internet journalist Robin Warder, who has written over 100 articles on true crime. The podcast was inspired by the Unsolved Mysteries TV show from the 1980s. Some of the podcasts are discussions of cases featured from the TV show while other episodes are from lesser known cases.
The Future and You Podcast
The Future and You audio podcast was started by the host Stephen E. Cobb back in 2005. The show is a weekly podcast exploring how the future will be different than it is today. The host uses interviews, panel discussions, and commentary to accomplish his goals. The topics on the show are very wide ranging and on the cutting edge of technology. Topics include AI, nanotech, genetic engineering, exoplanets, cryonics, futurism, and transhumanism. Mr. Cobb has produced some 400 shows, interviewed 350 people, and moderated panel discussions at 30 or more conventions. In 2006 Mr. Cobb won the newly created Parsec Award for podcasters for the category of Best News Podcast. The Parsecs are awarded annually for Speculative Fiction Podcasting by Farpoint Media. Mr. Cob is also an editor to Jim Bean's Universe Magazine, Space and Time Magazine, and to Robot Magazine. Finally, he is also on the advisory board of The Lifeboat Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to encouraging scientific advancements while helping humanity survive various problems and guarding against the misuse of technology.
The History of Warren Publishing
Warren Publishing ran from 1957 to 1983, it was founded by James Warren in Philadelphia PA. He later moved his company to New York in 1965. Warren specialized in Horror, Fantasy, and Science Fiction magazines. Warren published other genre magazines focusing on different subject matter such as teen romance or adult humor. There were two things that set Warren apart from other comics. First they were sold in a larger format than regular comics thus classifying them as magazines. Second, Warren exempted his publications from the now defect Comic Code Authority. This allowed the writers and artist to inject more mature content into the stories. This included some coarse language, violence, sexual situations and nudity. These two factors helped Warren reach an adult audience.
The Wacky World Drive-In Podcast
The Whacky World Drive-In podcast is hosted by musician/writer Robert S. Gray and by Dick Vincent of the Oak Drive-In Theater. These podcasters just started last year and have recorded 9 shows so far with plans for more in the future, currently they are on hiatus now. The hosts discuss topics such as collectables, exploitation movies, sci-fi and horror movies as well. The episodes consist of a conversation between the two hosts and are about one hour in length. Rob also has a blog site where he discusses a variety of topics; everything from music to movies, and comics. While Dick can be found on the Oak Drive-In. The blog site talks about horror, grindhouse, cult and film noir movies.
'UFO and Outer Space' Comic Book
When I was growing up in the 70's, I did read a variety of comic books. Everything from the super hero to TV and movie tie-ins, and anthology series. One anthology series stood out and was a favorite of mine: UFO Flying Saucers also known as UFO and Outer Space. The comic was about real life reports of UFO encounters from the files of Project Blue Book, the official U.S. Air Force investigation of UFOs, and reports from other sources. UFO Flying Saucers was published by Gold Key comics from about 1968 to 1978. The stories would come in different formats in the comic, a full story based on an incident, a two page spread on UFO origins, and comic panel on UFO hoaxes and frauds. It also came as computation book which contained comic stories of previous issues.