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@SciFiExpo: Cobra Commander comments about Captain America being Hydra (May 2016)

Cobra Commander has a secret of his own...




@SciFiExpo: Batman vs. Superman Dawn of Justice review (part one: Batman) (May 2016)

Host Joshua S. Johnson talks about Batman's kill count and the reasons for his popular misconception as a non-killing superhero, completely miscounts Bat's kill count in the 90-97 film series, and talks about Ben Affleck's performance as Batman in the recent film. 




@SciFiExpo: Will the real Jay Garrick please stand up?(May 10th, 2016)

Host Joshua S. Johnson figured out who The Man in the Metal Mask was from season 2 of 'The Flash' weeks before the finale.




@SciFiExpo: Alec Peters, CBS, Crowd Funded Fan Productions, Trekkies reactions to Axanar Lawsuit (February 2016)

Host Joshua S. Johnson talks about the confusing practice of crowd funding fan productions, Trekkies reaction to the Axanar lawsuit, and his observations of Alec Peters. 



@SciFiExpo: The Face of Maxil (November 2015)

Host Joshua S. Johnson talks about Time Lord psychology and the effects it has on the process of regeneration.



@SciFiExpo review of Richard Hatch's acting class (November 2015)

Host Joshua S. Johnson talks about taking Richard Hatch's acting classes.



@SciFiExpo: Zoom and the Hybrid Warrior Revealed !!!? (November 2015)

Host Joshua S. Johnson was sooooooooooo wrong about Zoom from CW's 'The Flash' (Well played, Flash team. Well played.) but still claims to be right about the Hybrid Warrior for 'Doctor Who'. 



@SciFiExpo Report: Galacticon IV (August 2015)

Host Joshua S. Johnson talks about his weekend at Galacticon IV in Seattle, WA.



@SciFiExpo Star Trek Podcast #1: Star Trek Online, Axanar fans, and future of Star Trek on TV (May 2015)

Host Joshua S. Johnson talks about a lot of Star Trek subjects to include the popular video game Star Trek Online, fans of the Star Trek fan film Axanar, and a possible future of Star Trek on television. 



@SciFiExpo Podcast: Why you should check out Doctor Who Seasons of War (February 2015)

Host Joshua S. Johnson talks about the unofficial charity anthology 'Doctor Who: Seasons of War'.



@SciFiExpo Podcast: No Smoking in Marvel's Agent Carter (February 2015)

Host Joshua S. Johnson obsesses about the lack of tobacco products in post World War 2 New York as seen in Marvel's Agent Carter.




@SciFiExpo Podcast: Review of 'Drew: The Man Behind the Poster' (February 2015)

Host Stan Foster reviews the documentary 'Drew: The Man Behind the Poster', a documentary about artist Drew Struzan.



@SciFiExpo Podcast: Review of 'The Minister of Chance' (August 2014)

Host Joshua S. Johnson talks about the independent Sci-Fi/Fantasy series 'The Minister of Chance'.



@SciFiExpo Podcast: Review of 'The Captains' and 'The Dungeon Masters' (August 2014)

Host Stan Foster presents insightful views of William Shatner's Star Trek documentary 'The Captains' as well as the RPG documentary 'The Dungeon Masters'.




@SciFiExpo Podcast: Review of classic BSG episode 'The Man with Nine Lives' (July 2014)

Host Stan Foster reviews the classic Battlestar Galactica episode 'The Man with Nine Lives'.



@SciFiExpo: Omega's Vlog (December 2013)

A short parody video by Joshua S. Johnson.




@SciFiExpo News #1 (July 2013)

A short video made by Joshua S. Johnson.




(*All videos, graphics, 3D models, visual effects, and logos with THE EXCEPTION of the Galacticon IV poster was created by Joshua S. Johnson. Recordings made by Joshua S. Johnson and Stan Foster, audio editing by Joshua S. Johnson. Character impersonations performed by Joshua S. Johnson.)