I saw around the time of the San Diego Comics Con that the Sy-Fy Channel had produced a mini-series based on Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End. Considered a classic novel in the genre, the news generated some excitement and even some confusion how a book of just over 200 pages could somehow produce a TV mini-series.
So, I read it the book for Gabbing Geek. I’d never read any of Clarke’s work before, so this was something new for me. Thoughts and potential SPOILERS after the cut.
This week on the podcast, there wasn’t one to celebrate the one year anniversary of Gabbing Geek. See, the podcasters like to celebrate doing a lot of fun work by not doing any. Got a problem with that?
So, why am I reacting? Well, mostly because there was an open timeslot.
Hey everyone who reads the credit boxes for articles. I’m back from my vacation. My wife and I spent a lovely ten days in Nova Scotia, and there wasn’t much of a Geek nature going on there because my wife is not a Geek. I didn’t even get much of the reading I thought I would get done finished because we were doing stuff.
Sightseeing, Watson. Get your head out of the gutter.
Announcing a Gabbing Geek book club that probably won’t be covered by the podcast.
The Sy-Fy Channel revealed recently that they are going to be airing a three-episode mini-series based on Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End. I’m going to read it for the site. Some details after the cut.
This week on the podcast, the Gabbiest of Geeks discussed random stuff that happened at the San Diego Comic Con. I got name dropped twice. Once when Watson mistook a completely different Sy-Fy bit of programming that I had brought up from one Ryan was discussing. Ryan’s sounded very interesting, but I was discussing in the GG Bullpen a mini-series based on Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End that I may try to set up as a book club thing for here on the website. Stay tuned.
I also learned I am apparently in Hell. I wasn’t expecting that. I imagine that is what most people say when they find themselves there.