Would’ve been fun to have seen them stage this Dalek Invasion irl. I haven’t seen the original, but I hope they had them take over the Eye: The deadly pepperpots rolled out across London this morning for filming on Mark Gatiss‘ Doctor Who anniversary special, An Adventure In Space And Time. This is the TV movie about the creation of the show and the people who brought it to life in the 60s.
Most-Read Comic Stories Today – Rick Remender
There was plenty of gossip spinning out of the Marvel Summit. I’m still working through it, but this little one stuck out at a bit of an angle.
As previously reported, DC issued the following response to concern around Orson Scott Card writing a story in the digital first comic The Adventures Of Superman;
This was the experience of many yesterday, trying to get tickets for San Diego Comic Con.
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today – Doctor Who, Dalek Invasion
Take this how you will but I was feeling rather sceptical about a Steven Moffat quote in The Daily Mirror until I saw an independent Doctor Who blogger back it up. That’s not how old and new media are supposed to relate, is it?
Kevin Smith‘s latest thoughts on Clerks III see him not entirely decided about how he’s going to bring it to life. He’s kicking around some ambitious ideas, though, at the same time as balancing more commercial concerns.
The deadly pepperpots rolled out across London this morning for filming on Mark Gatiss‘ Doctor Who anniversary special, An Adventure In Space And Time. This is the TV movie about the creation of the show and the people who brought it to life in the 60s.
Most-Discussed In The Forum Today – Dan DiDio
Before the recent top-secret DC creative summit, Bleeding Cool ran a suggestion box, printing suggestions from actual DC comic creators about how they’d like to see things change.
I understand that, spinning out of gossip from the Marvel Creative Summit this last week, that next year there is a plan at Marvel to kill Wolverine. In a way that gets round his healing factor and his seeming supernatural deal to keep coming back from the grave.
The online retailer who posted Amazing Spider-Man #700 on eBay weeks ahead of publication is at it again, posting the covers for Batman Inc #8. The one DC has told retailers to increase their orders on.