“Lazarus from the Mist”: THE STARLOST Ep. 2 – UFTA 003

Join Ben Avery and special guest host Nathan Marchand for a conversation about the second episode of THE STARLOST, in which our heroes wake up someone from a 500-year-long sleep. He’s from the days when they built the ship, but can he help? And why do they need to put him back?

In this episode we talk about:
* Cryogenics
* Cramped sets
* Cockeyed logic
* Crossbow malfunctions

We also talk about OTHER books, comics, movies, and TV shows that use cryogenics or other sci-fi/fantasy ways of moving people into the future without aging. We do this every episode, and a few shows seem to be getting mentioned often:
* Star Trek counter – II
* Red Dwarf counter – II
* Doctor Who counter – II
We’ll see if they can continue their momentum!

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One response to ““Lazarus from the Mist”: THE STARLOST Ep. 2 – UFTA 003”

  1. Jessica Joiner(Alexandra Gilchrist) Avatar

    Honestly, when I watched this episode, The Incredible Hulk and The Prisoner were the first things that came to mind. Like those shows, the episode seemed rather bittersweet and cyclical, ending up back where they began with little progress and their latest attempt failing ONCE AGAIN.

    I also realized that my tolerance threshold for bad sci-fi is pretty limitless XD. “Radiation virus” not how this works BUT OKAY!

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