Saturday Trending Topics: The Avengers And The Little Pink Aliens

Ah, these Toy Fair reveals… it’s tough to say what’s a spoiler and what’s not, when it comes to merch, and it’s on display in a venue such as this.

These Avengers aliens (or whatever they are) have become quite a puzzle. On the one hand, there’s this. On the other hand, there’s that. If you want a big reveal on May 4, don’t read any of it. But as always in the case of aliens, the truth is out there.

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SCOOP: Doctor Who/Star Trek – The Official Crossover 

Bleeding Cool has squirrelled out news of an upcoming crossover that might send certain minds reeling. That in May, IDW are to publish a Doctor Who/Star Trek: The Next Generation crossover series. Featuring The Doctor, Rory, Amy, Captain Picard, Worf, Data, Geordi LaForge, Deanna Troi, Will Riker and the rest. And that this art, featuring the Doctor, Rory and Amy on the bridge of the Enterprise is a cover that will be used in the series.

Power Girl Gets A Sense Of Modesty, Dick Grayson Gets Ears

And in a dramatic break from costume design, Power Girl no longer has the boob window in her costume, getting a full body covering one piece. Which means no more…

The Day That Marvel Put A Bullet In The Head Of Artists’ Alley 

The implications of this are not just for Gary, though they are pretty horrific.

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Finally – First Glimpse Of Dredd In Motion

Here’s our first chance to see the new Judge Dredd movie in motion. It’s a long way from a trailer but, technically, it is a clip. You might consider it to be a spoiler. You might also find it very amusing. Or possibly appalling.

The Mystery Of The Avengers’ Aliens Gets Deeper, While Toy Fair Images Mess With My Head

Just when we thought we knew what was going on, along come some little pink plastic toys and everything’s up in the air again.

Is Mark Gatiss Writing A TV Drama About The Creation Of Doctor Who?

As well as Crook explaining why he wouldn’t want a role in Doctor Who or Sherlock, and Gatiss discussing the interest and excitement surrounding the mystery of how Holmes cheated his death, there was some less open, cagier talk about work that can’t quite be discussed in public yet.