Lots of tidbits about upcoming Doctor Who have come to light in recent days, with several more than are shown here just missing that top-3 cut for today’s most-read. So here’s a link to all recent Doctor Who stories.
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The X-Men Regenesis teasers being issued by Marvel Comics seem to be falling into two camps. Those with Blue logos and those with yellow. Each colour seem to be setting up a common background as well, with images slotting together.
I’ve noted of late that Mike Deodato, ever a man who can switch srtistic styles in comics, has been veering towards Neal Adams of late.
From somewhere in deepest darkest 4chan… a remixing of Colasquid‘s original piece.…
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Well, this is the one we’ve all been waiting for. These just-released synopses from Steven Moffat reveal a lot about the story arc for the rest of this season of Doctor Who. They verge on becoming spoilers, so if you’re determined to remain completely in the dark about what’s coming next then I’d suggest clicking away from this page right now.
This is English actress Nina Toussaint-White. She appears in the upcoming run of Doctor Who, playing the character Mels.
No, apparently it’s down to “scheduling conflicts”, and here’s the kicker: the scheduling conflict in question is the upcoming adaptation of John Milton’s Paradise Lost, which is being helmed by the director of the original Crow movie, Alex Proyas. Is it coincidence, or something more? Proyas has been down on the remake of his film from the very beginning. In an interview with DigitalSpy.com, he had this to say:
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