Guest on…Lost Girl Revisited, Season 4

I had a fun time being a panelist on the newest rewatch episode of Lost Girl Revisited from the Dragon Con Urban Fantasy Track. This time we chatted about season 4: Our favorite characters, favorite episodes, that one shocking scene, that one sad scene, and so much more. Feel free to watch and leave a comment about what you thought of season four.

Guest on…Lost Girl Revisited, Season 2

I had a great time being a panelist again on Lost Girl Revisited from the Dragon Con Urban Fantasy Track. This time we chatted about season 2: Our favorite characters, favorite episodes, favorite character arcs, our thoughts on the Big Bad for the season, and so much more. Give the episode a watch and please leave a comment about what you thought of season two.

Tales of Monstrosity Wins Multiple Awards

They like us, they really like us!


The Outstanding Creator Awards winners were announced and “Tales of Monstrosity: Monsters, Myths, and Miscreants” won multiple awards, including ranking #7 in the top 25 fiction books of the year. Congratulations to all of the authors!


1st Place
Outstanding Creator Award for Short-Stories / Anthologies / Collections
Outstanding Creator Award for Myths & Legends / Fairy Tales / Mythical Creatures / Cryptids
Outstanding Creator Award for Fantasy
Outstanding Creator Award for Horror


2nd Place
Outstanding Creator Award for Best Fiction Book of Clash of Champions 2023

7th Place of Top 25 Fiction Books of 2023

Honorable Mention
Outstanding Creator Award for “Best Character” – F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald
Outstanding Creator Award for “Best Villain” – El Cucuy and the Jersey Devil
Outstanding Creator Award for “Hottest Character” – Elena
Outstanding Creator Award for “Best Dynamic Duo” – Elena & Ned

“Dive into the world of the unknown and explore the monsters lurking in the shadows with Tales of Monstrosity: Monsters, Myths, and Miscreants. This anthology features a diverse group of award-winning veteran and emerging authors challenged to break away from the usual vampire and werewolf tales and bring to light lesser known myths and legends. From gnomes to gorgons, gargoyles to El Cucuy, these stories run the gamut of genres, from urban fantasy to horror and beyond. As a bonus, enjoy the behind-the-scenes peek at the creative process through personal author articles. Don’t miss this monstrously fun collection of unique and twisted tales.”

Dragon Con Urban Fantasy Track: Slayers

This was a fun Dragon Con Urban Fantasy panel about one of my favorite settings, the Buffyverse. We discussed the new Buffy the Vampire Slayer audio drama, Slayers. It was great hearing James Marsters voice back as Spike! With him and so many other returning actors (Charisma Carpenter, Anthony Head, Juliet Landau, Emma Caulfield Ford, Amber Benson, James Charles Leary, Danny Strong) it felt like a reunion. What did we love about Slayers? What did we think of a Buffyverse show in an audio drama format? What character arc did we like best? If we get a season 2, what would we love to see…I mean hear? Watch and find out.

This “scripted audio original picks up 10 years after the events of the final episode of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer.’ Since then, Spike (James Marsters) has gone deep undercover in Los Angeles, convincing the forces of darkness that he’s back to his evil ways. When his cover is compromised by sixteen-year-old Indira Nunnally (Laya DeLeon Hayes), Spike finds himself on baby-slayer-sitting duty once more. While he attempts to track down a watcher for his eager new protégé, their paths collide with the veteran Slayer of a parallel reality where Buffy Summers never existed…a reality where Cordelia Chase (Charisma Carpenter) is the one-and-only Slayer. She needs Spike’s help with a classic big bad terrorizing her world…his old flame, Drusilla (Juliet Landau).”

Guest on…ConTinual Fandom: Star Trek Enterprise & Discovery

Had a great time being on another ConTinual panel! “Star Trek Enterprise & Discovery have brought us stories from the pre-Federation and early days of the Federation, plus a leap into the future. Join Kristin Jackson, Robyn McGlotten, Elizabeth Noble, Joshua Palmatier, Marx Pyle, Jay Requard, and host James P. Nettles as they share the good, the bad, and the hopeful for the franchise!”

Guest on… Comics Lair: Beyond the Big Two

Had a fun time on this ConTinual panel talking about the many other great comic books out there that aren’t Marvel or DC.

Marvel and DC have brought some of the most iconic characters to the page and screen, but they aren’t the only ones. Are you looking for ways to branch out in your comics reading? Join host Nancy Northcott and panelists John L. French, Emily Lavin Leverett, and Marx Pyle for a chat about Comics Beyond the Big Two.

Guest On… Dragon Con Urban Fantasy Track Buffy Watch Season 7

Calling all Buffy aficionados! The moment you’ve been eagerly waiting for has arrived. Brace yourselves as we prepare to bid farewell to the iconic Buffy the Vampire Slayer series with our final episode of the Buffy rewatch on the Dragon Con Urban Fantasy Track YouTube channel.

I join fellow die-hard Bufy fans, as we dissect, discuss, and relive the spine-tingling moments that define this season.

The First Evil looms larger than ever, uber-vampires threaten to tip the balance, and the malevolent Caleb stirs up chaos. With new Slayers stepping into the limelight, the return of Spike and Faith, the mysterious Principal Wood, and the ever-resilient Scoobies, it is a roller coaster ride of a season building to that unforgettable series finale.

SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: We Talk The Last of US, Star Trek: Picard, Quantum Leap & More

Picard

It’s time for another episode of SFP-Now TV Reviews. This time Ian and I are joined by special guest, Jeff Burns. We discuss the newest episodes of The Last of Us, Star Trek: Picard, Quantum Leap, and more!

SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: The Gang Discuss Star Trek: Discovery & New Amazon Series Fallout SciFiPulse Radio

Welcome to the April Edition of the SFP-NOW TV Reviews Show.  In this episode Marx, Jeff, and Ian boldly go through over a month's worth of TV shows as we sift through some of the highs and lows of the month.  We kick-off with our final thoughts on the Netflix series Avatar: The Last Airbender as we all chat about the final episode and rave about the stunning visual FX and fantastic acting performances.  The tone changes dramatically as Jeff, Marx, and Ian give their first impressions of Amazon's new series Fallout, which is based on the video game series of the same name. We all comment about the show's visuals as well as the satirical humor of the show and we’ll no doubt revisit the series next month once we have all had a chance to watch it all.  Having survived the nuclear apocalypse Marx and Ian leave jeff behind to negotiate with The Ghoul while we discuss the new season of Star Trek: Discovery and chat about how the most controversial Star Trek show is using the classic TNG episode The Chase as a basis for its final season. No doubt we’ll be beaming back next month with more thoughts on the show.  Once Ian and Marx have discussed Star Trek: Disco to death. Jeff and Ian commiserate with each other about their disappointment about the cancelation of Quantum Leap.  Other shows discussed this month include Shogun, 3 Body Problem, Invincible, and X-Men 97.  If you enjoyed our reviews show, please subscribe to our feeds and follow us on Spotify and iTunes
  1. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: The Gang Discuss Star Trek: Discovery & New Amazon Series Fallout
  2. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: The Gang Discuss The Last Airbender & Express Bitter Disappointment Over The New Season of Halo
  3. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: Doctor Who Specials & Best TV & Films of 2023
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  5. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: FEATURING Bodies, Gen V, Ahsoka, One Piece & More