Nayr, Kavura, and guests discuss the science fiction articles that were in Starlog magazine issues 17 and 18, originally published in 1978. Highlights: Empire Strikes Back, Space: 1999, and more classic TV shows!
What’s in episode 9, “SciFi in Starlog Magazine Issues 17 and 18”?
1978 Fall TV Shows
Joe Crowe & Gary Mitchel from the Dragon Con American Sci-fi Classics track discuss the ’78 Fall TV shows! Check out their Facebook group:
Space: 1999 Report
Paul Mount fills us in on Gerry Anderson’s Space 1999 Report.
Follow him on his Starburst TV Zone podcast: https://www.starburstmagazine.com/podcasts/tv-zone-plus
Superhero TV Shows of 1978
Tony Barletta from the Dragon Con Comic Book track discusses Superhero shows including Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, and Doctor Strange!
The Empire Strikes Back
Rebel Legion members Mike & Kyleigh Jones consider the article Gary Kurtz: The Empire Strikes Back. The Star Wars producer talks about continuing the series!
Starlog Merchandise Guide
All This, Plus…
Steven Spielberg, Battlestar Galactica, KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park, and more!
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- Joe Crowe
- Gary Mitchel
- Paul Mount
- Tony Barletta
- Mike Jones
- Kyleigh Jones
- Paul Clarke
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