All the buzz around the season opener of Doctor Who this weekend reminds me that I gotta get caught up with my tv watching, somehow. Accidentally caught a glimpse of the ep on BBC America last night and noticed they were flashing #doctorwho at the bottom of the screen, which is an interesting sign of the times. Realtime is increasingly important to the web, and we’re well aware of that at BC. Here’s today:
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Okay, this is where it pretty much gets official.
On the Marvel Live Blog on Friday night, Marvel announced that Rob Williams, of ComX and 2000AD, and now working on Ghost Rider, was to be a Marvel exclusive – thankfully after he’d finished writing The Walking Dredd with Brendan McCarthy of course.
So, I mentioned that I was going to be talking to Jim Lee. Well, Jim and I seem to be coming to an agreement of terms. There is precious little left to discuss other than to lock in my support crew and $$$.
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Not so in New York’s Times Square, where Chris Evans and Samuel L. Jackson spent their Saturday filming. It’s obvious from the pictures and videos that they were in character as Steve Rogers, the man who is Captain America, and Nick Fury, the man who is hilarious, but what these characters were doing in particular is not entirely clear.
A spoileriffic look at this Saturday’s series opener to Doctor Who, now with added America.
I am not looking at the post-credit scene from Thor that has made its way onto the internet. No, I intend to watch it, with wife, on the big screen later this week. If you have already seen the film and want a reminder, or maybe you walked out before it ran, or maybe you just don’t care and have no soul, then here you go. I’m embedding it now. Just don’t tell me what happens.
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