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Dr Who eaten by evil alien snowmen in Christmas trailer!

November 17, 2012 | By | Reply More
Dr Who eaten by evil alien snowmen in Christmas trailer!

A sneak peek at the 2012 Christmas special for Doctor Who. It all looks very Christmas Carol – as long as Dickens had remembered to write in Sontaran warriors, alien carnivore snowmen, and the TARDIS. And of course, our seasonal timelord hooks up with his lovely new assistant, actress Jenna-Louise Coleman as Clara. The Snowmen follow’s […]

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Santa? No! Singing Sulu.

November 16, 2012 | By | Reply More
Santa? No! Singing Sulu.

Star Trek actor George Takei is in this rather amusing Old Navy commercial for the USA’s Black Friday sale… pleading with viewers for some peace and harmony, Federation style. When there’s a cheap sweater to be had, George, you can fire that concept out of the ship like a spent photon torpedo. I’m all elbows […]

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Free to play now, is Star Wars The Old Republic.

November 16, 2012 | By | Reply More
Free to play now, is Star Wars The Old Republic.

Hmmm, pay you used to have to, for massively multiplayer online game Star Wars The Old Republic. But from today, free it is. Early Christmas present this is not. Strong is Disney with new LucasArt deal, and jedi mind tricks have they been trying on BioWare. Worked, it has! Experience the complete storylines of all […]

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Rise of the Iron Moon gets postered.

November 15, 2012 | By | Reply More
Rise of the Iron Moon gets postered.

Author Stephen Hunt’s Rise of the Iron Moon (book three in his brilliant Jackelian fantasy series) has, we are informed, just been postered by one of his readers – Chris Lewis, best known for his work producing Live and Up Front at the Palladium. From live comedy to fine graphic design – it’s nice to […]

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Alter Egos movie trailer… the dude and the hero.

November 13, 2012 | By | Reply More
Alter Egos movie trailer… the dude and the hero.

Here’s an amusing new trailer from comedy superhero film Alter Egos in which some Dude-like dude questions a superhero about his abilities in less than complimentary fashion. This movie is coming at us via Kevin Smith’s film company (Phase 4), and kind of looks like one of his, even though Jordan Galland – of Rosencrantz […]

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George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy on what next for Star Wars.

November 10, 2012 | By | Reply More
George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy on what next for Star Wars.

Here’s the double interview with George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy on their plans for Star Wars as part of the House of Mouse. Now, the really interesting thing here is that with George taking a much more back seat semi-retirement role with Star Wars, how far Kathleen K. is in the driving seat. Kathleen was, […]

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Bantha dog!

November 8, 2012 | By | Reply More
Bantha dog!

Who hasn’t wanted to dress their dog up as a Star Wars bantha, strap a plastic Tusken Raider warrior to Fido’s back, and shoot a fan video? What, you haven’t? You haven’t got your geeking priorities set right, clearly… Thanks to Blastr for spotting this little space oddity!

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Star Trek: The Next Generation invades London.

November 5, 2012 | By | Reply More
Star Trek: The Next Generation invades London.

Commuters in London were somewhat surprised this morning to find themselves sharing a tube carriage with Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Lieutenant Commander Data and Worf. The Star Trek: The Next Generation looky-likey characters, were beamed in the city for SyFy, which this evening will bring UK fans the series in its new high-definition makeover. Digitally re-mastered […]

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Professor Elemental’s Attic?

November 5, 2012 | By | Reply More
Professor Elemental’s Attic?

Not satisfied with gate crashing the Gentleman Rhymer’s last music video, Professor Elemental is now singing about the many steampunk joys of a fellow’s attic. I keep granny locked in mine. How about you chaps?

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Star Trek: The Next Generation: Q & A by Keith RA DeCandido (book review).

November 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Q & A by Keith RA DeCandido (book review).

Anniversaries are funny old events. They’re a celebration of the past while at the same time, an opportunity to look to the future. This is especially the case with ‘Q & A’, written for ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’s 20th anniversary in 2007, it looks to the very first meeting we had with Picard, et […]

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