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Number 13 : SF Short Film

July 17, 2017 | By | Reply More
Number 13  : SF Short Film

Number 13 Short Film, Based on the hit Dark Horse comic book – DUST Exclusive Premiere Number 13 is a very short film based on the Dark Horse comic and is currently available only on the Dust YouTube channel. When I say short, I do mean short as its only 2 minutes, 57 seconds long […]

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Martin Landau dies – Moonbase Alpha, out.

July 17, 2017 | By | Reply More
Martin Landau dies – Moonbase Alpha, out.

Space 1999 actor Martin Landau has died of old age at 89, it’s been announced by his publicist. He started out as a cartoonist writer working on The Gumps on the New York Daily News, before switching to acting where he became one of James Dean’s best friends. His signature roles were as an agent […]

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Doctor Girl : another time by: GF Willmetts

July 16, 2017 | By | Reply More
Doctor Girl   :  another time by: GF Willmetts

Considering how long the promo and the number of repeats of the announcement of a new Doctor, it barely got 30 seconds on the 6:30pm BBC News. No interview. Nothing from new showrunner Chris Chibnall. It was barely a footnote. Even pointing out that there are female leads in recent films seems a poor choice […]

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Jodie Whittaker to be first female Doctor Who.

July 16, 2017 | By | Reply More
Jodie Whittaker to be first female Doctor Who.

The identity of the new Doctor was revealed on BBC One after the Men’s Wimbledon Final today (Sunday 16th July 2017 if you’re reading this after the fact). As we reported earlier in the year, the Thirteenth Time Lord taking over from Peter Capaldi, will indeed be a female. New head writer Chris Chibnall (taking […]

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Titan Comics At San Diego Comic Con 2017

July 14, 2017 | By | Reply More
Titan Comics At San Diego Comic Con 2017

  TITAN BRINGS DOCTOR WHO, SHERLOCK, FIGHTING AMERICAN, ROBOTECH, DEATH OF STALIN, PLUS MANY MORE, TO SDCC! July 14, 2017– This San Diego Comic-Con, Titan Comics brings its biggest ever offering of exciting debuts, SDCC variants, limited editions and special appearances from a host of creators including; Steven Moffat, Terry Dodson, plus many more phenomenal […]

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Blackbird: The Untouchable Spy Plane by James Hamilton-Paterson (book review)

July 14, 2017 | By | Reply More
Blackbird: The Untouchable Spy Plane by James Hamilton-Paterson  (book review)

Author James Hamilton-Paterson makes it clear from the start that his book, ‘Blackbird: The Untouchable Spy Plane’ isn’t about the technical specs of the SR-71. Oddly he mentions the Haynes book but it doesn’t come up in his bibliography at the back of the book. Instead, there is more of a focus on the world […]

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The Delirium Brief (a Laundry Files novel book 8) by Charles Stross (book review)

July 13, 2017 | By | Reply More
The Delirium Brief (a Laundry Files novel book 8) by Charles Stross   (book review)

It doesn’t seem that long ago since ‘The Nightmare Stacks’ was released but the ‘Laundry Files’ novels just keep appearing as if by magic and ‘The Delirium Brief’ is the latest to pop into existence. This is the eighth book in what is now a well-established series. The Laundry Files tells the story of the […]

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Kendal’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2017

July 13, 2017 | By | Reply More
Kendal’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2017

Kendal, 13th July 2017: Kendal’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival is delighted to announce several Australian comic creators have joined this year’s line-up of both British and international guests for its weekend-long event, taking place 13th – 15th October 2017. The Caravan of Comics creators will be visiting the UK thanks to support from the Australia Council for […]

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On The Origin Of Superheroes by Chris Gavaler (book review)

July 13, 2017 | By | Reply More
On The Origin Of Superheroes by Chris Gavaler  (book review)

Chris Gavaler says in his introduction to his book, ‘On The Origin Of Superheroes’, that the term ‘superman’ started long before 1938 and the Man Of Steel. I agree with him that it can be difficult to where do you define what a superman actually is or when it started being defined as such in […]

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Zygote (short scifi horror movie).

July 13, 2017 | By | Reply More
Zygote (short scifi horror movie).

Another short scifi movie from Oats Studio – this one a scifi horror flick with echoes of The Thing – set on an Antarctic mining operation in the near future.

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