Episode Guide volume 2 now available!



Volume 2 of the Post Atomic Horror episode guide (covering all of Star Trek: The Next Generation) is available now, in both print and ebook formats! This is a comprehensive, comedic guide to the series and the movies. It features all-new material, not the same jokes you’ve heard on the Post Atomic Horror podcast. Buy it in our store.

Cover art by Ramon Villalobos.

ECCC 2014!

ECCC 2014 ad


For the fifth year in a row, the Sarcastic Voyage and Post Atomic Horror podcasts are planning a substantial presence at the Emerald City Comicon in Seattle. Efforts like this cost money (booking venues, printing business cards, burning giveaway CDs, et. al), and our listeners have shown a considerable generosity in the past in helping us make this all happen.

And so, here we are once again, extending our hat (we only have the one hat) and asking for a few bucks to help us out.

Click the image below to throw some cash our way, and thank you in advance!

SV & PAH ECCC 2014

Odo shirt!

Our pal Gregory Dickens has turned our new DS9-based catchphrase into a lovely shirt design. Click here to buy this on a shirt.


It’s here! It’s here! It’s fina-lall-y here!

ECCC banner

This gorgeous thing will be behind us at ECCC.


Our first book is off to the printer!

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Available March 29: AAl & Matt’s guide to the entirety of TOS! Pre-order while you can; supplies will be limited!

Happy 45th birthday, Star Trek!

Please enjoy this amazing “history of Trek” infographic!


Finally, all the Trek series (except, naturally, the one we’re actually working on right now and DS9 for some reason) are available in the US via Netflix streaming. So if you’ve ever wanted to watch along with our reviews and you have access to Netflix, now’s your chance. One of the things we’re proudest of with this show is the fact that we’ve actually gotten people watching the original series — hopefully this wider availability will make that happen for more people.

Oh, and as it happens, The Animated Series is streaming entirely legally on CBS’ website. So if you’d like to watch that along with us, check it out.

Irish Gav reviews Voyager

Our friend Irish Gav (with whom we have pledged to record at least one three-man show per season) has begun a blog in which he reviews Star Trek: Voyager. You should check it out. We like Gav. And since we won’t be getting to Voyager until sometime around when Marty McFly arrives to do something about his kids, it’s not like he’s stealing our thunder or anything.


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