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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods.

February 5, 2013 | By | Reply More
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods.

What’s the chances the new Japanese Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods anime movie will find a home in the West? One can only hope. Watch the trailer and make it happen!

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The Educated Ape And Other Wonders Of The Worlds by Robert Rankin (book review)

February 3, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Educated Ape And Other Wonders Of The Worlds by Robert Rankin	(book review)

A Lord wants to unite several worlds through a Grand Exposition, a scientist hopes to create a working time ship, a femme fatale is looking to destroy the world by inducing the End Of Days and, amid all this, a detective and his monkey associate are trying unsuccessfully to stay out of trouble. This is […]

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The Chronicles Of Riddick Dead Man Stalking… stick-in-the-mud.

February 2, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Chronicles Of Riddick Dead Man Stalking… stick-in-the-mud.

Some time this year we can expect to see The Chronicles Of Riddick Dead Man Stalking movie in the cinemas. Our man Vin Diesel is teasing our interest in said movie by releasing a picture of him in the film, stuck in the mud, so to speak. Come on Vin, give us some more Katee […]

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Burying Brian by Steven Pirie (book review).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Burying Brian by Steven Pirie	(book review).

Humour is a very transitory thing and each of us have a different idea of what we find funny. Our tastes change as we get older. Visual humour can be reasonably universal. Whether we want to, be all tend to laugh at the pratt-all, partly out of embarrassment, partly because we are glad it wasn’t […]

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A Down To Earth Guide To The Cosmos by Mark Thompson (book review).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
A Down To Earth Guide To The Cosmos by Mark Thompson	(book review).

Mark Thompson’s book ‘A Down To Earth Guide To The Cosmos’ is a practical guide to astronomy. Hardly surprising as this is what he does on TV. What comes out of this book is also a measure of science and history, so you get far more than just looking up in the skies. Interspersed between […]

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Son Of Destruction by Kit Reed (book review).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Son Of Destruction by Kit Reed (book review).

‘Son Of Destruction’ charts the journey of a boy seeking out his roots. The death of his mother, Lucy, leaves journalist Dan Carteret in limbo. Unable to move forward, he takes the scraps of memorabilia, things he knows she kept for a reason and tries to piece together his mother’s life and find his father. […]

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Game of Thrones goes cold in Iceland.

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Game of Thrones goes cold in Iceland.

HBO’s Game of Thrones TV series sets up shop in Iceland to film the locations for ‘beyond the wall’. I wonder if they met any white walkers? Or trolls? Or Nordic gods? Or Captain America frozen in the ice? The possibilities are endless! Here’s the behind the scenes shoot from the series – put your […]

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Our Future World by Curt Stager (book review).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Our Future World by Curt Stager (book review).

‘Our Future Earth’ will make more sense from its sub-title ‘How The Planet Will Change In the Next 100,000 Years’. Considering how in Science Fiction we deal with such time periods as standard, I suspect outsiders think this is beyond their time frame to worry about. Author Curt Stager is a paleoecologist. That is, he […]

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Inequality comes from many directions. Editorial – February 2013.

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Inequality comes from many directions. Editorial – February 2013.

Deferred selection is control not choice. Hello everyone Inequality comes from many directions. One of my current bugbears is the differences between US and UK DVD releases by the various production companies, saying that so I don’t discriminate against just one or two involved here. I can understand why censor cuts might mean slight time […]

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A Matter Of Porridge: a matter of taste by: GF Willmetts (article).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
A Matter Of Porridge: a matter of taste by: GF Willmetts (article).

The housebreaker and thief colloquially called by her alias Goldilocks, because of her straw blonde hair, started it all. After breaking and entering the Bear family house, while they were out building up a pre-breakfast appetite, helped herself to their porridge. Therein lies the problem. Goldilocks found Father Bear’s porridge too hot. Mother Bear’s porridge […]

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