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These episodes never looked this good on broadcast, and I found some scenes to be absolutely jaw-dropping.
It’s a deliberate homage, I’m sure.
He’ll play someone named Gareth, a “remix” of a mystery character from the comics.
I’ve just done this while waiting for the Regenerations Panel at Doctor Who Celebration. Come on everyone, get this going. You won’t be sorry. Prizes to the first five I see on Twitter, Reddit or Tumblr. Not good prizes, but …
Being An Ice Warrior At The Doctor Who Celebration In London… And Setting David Tennant’s Hair On Fire
Took the cable car to the London ExCel centre. Only queued for an hour, I am an “Ice Warrior” apparently, being entertained by stand up Dallas Campbell. I say “entertained”. Oh, he’s okay. And he’s talking about working with Ken …
“Just thought it might be fun.”
There’s A Little Nod And A Wink To The Doctor In This New Version Of The Peabody And Sherman Trailer
Mr. Peabody and Sherman combined time travel with a talking dog years before Doctor Who hit the airwaves, but there’s no competition here – everybody’s friendly.
I’m not the typical Doctor Who fan, I’ll admit that up front. What’s more, I know “my Doctor” is supposed to be the one I grew up watching… but nope.
In the meantime, there are about half a dozen Game of Thrones video games already in existence
About ancient Greek gods who show up in modern day Earth and are completely disgusted, naturally.
It’s a combination seemingly designed to burn a hole through the geekosphere.
If you thought that the head-rolling had come to… er… a head in the last run of HBO’s Game of Thrones, think again.
I wasn’t expecting The Last Day to actually be a Doctor Who mini-episode, but as it happens, it is. And it does recount a last day, but you’ll have to watch it to see which one.
A Black Canary who’s not Laurel, and now a villainous daughter of Ra’s al Ghul who’s not Talia.
I understand that fresh in the wake of Preacher getting piloted by Sony/AMC, word of iZombie going into development at CW as well as The Flash, Constantine at NBC, as well as Gotham at Fox, that yet another DC Vertigo …
Everything I’m going to talk about is meant to be a surprise. Stay away if you don’t want to know.
It’s official, Guillermo del Toro’s vampire horror tale The Strain is a TV series coming to FX next year.
They left The Walking Dead behind for Mob City, but the director and star still have some things to say about their departures.