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Doom Patrol: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray TV series).

March 27, 2020 | By | Reply More
Doom Patrol: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray TV series).

I have to confess not to being sure how the Doom Patrol would transcribe from comicbook to TV series. The photographs make it pretty clear it would be a mix of the original team with Crazy Jane (actress Diane Guerrero) from a later grouping, so obviously had a dash of Grant Morrison in the mix. […]

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Into the Night (Netflix SciFi TV series: trailer).

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Into the Night (Netflix SciFi TV series: trailer).

Into the Night is an upcoming Netflix-original French-language TV series that is scheduled to air in 2020, inspired by the Polish science fiction novel The Old Axolotl by Jacek Dukaj, where a sudden solar event starts killing everything in its path. There are a few ‘lucky’ passengers and crew of an overnight flight out of […]

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Solar Opposites (animated SF TV series: trailer).

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Solar Opposites (animated SF TV series: trailer).

Solar Opposites is a sci-fi animated comedy TV series created by Justin Roiland (of Rick and Morty fame) and Mike McMahan for Hulu, set to hit on May 8th, 2020. A family of aliens takes refuge in middle America, where they disagree on whether this is awful or awesome.

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The Tesla Files: Secret Weapons of the U.S. Military – Full Episode (season one, episode four).

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The Tesla Files: Secret Weapons of the U.S. Military – Full Episode (season one, episode four).

The History Channel is making available a few things to keep the global quarantined population in entertainment options – the first of these is this documentary which looks at the idea that the US Military is mining secret technologies created by Tesla and hidden away to protect the world from their might. Researcher Marc Seifer […]

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0.0 MHz (horror movie: trailer).

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0.0 MHz (horror movie: trailer).

Here’s the trailer for the South Korean horror flick, 0.0 MHz, where the staff of a supernatural exploration society enter a haunted house with a lifesize female doll and use technology (the 0.0 MHz frequency) to encourage evil spirits to possess the doll and bring it to terrible life. Gee, that sounds like a very […]

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Star Trek: Discovery 3rd season now on go-slow; ditto, Supernatural (news).

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Star Trek: Discovery 3rd season now on go-slow; ditto, Supernatural (news).

Apparently, Star Trek Discovery‘s third season is on a pre-production slow-down thanks to the global pandemic – and that’s straight from the mouth of actor Wilson Cruz, who should know, as he’s also Hugh Culber, the head medical officer of the USS Discovery. I didn’t see @albinokid’s comment this morning on #InstagramLive… but see for […]

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Star Wars Lego helmets (news).

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Star Wars Lego helmets (news).

If you’ve got a bit of time on your hands, and hey, these days, who hasn’t, then there are a series of Lego Star Wars helmets shipping at the end of April 2020 (well, they were, anyway), for 60 dollars a pop. There are a seven inch tall Boba Fett head, a tie fighter pilot, […]

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Following Cerebus No. 9 August 2006 (magazine review).

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Following Cerebus No. 9 August 2006 (magazine review).

I know you probably can’t pull a copy of ‘Following Cerebus No. 9 August’ anymore and it looks like I pulled the remaining copy from it in a Neal Adams bundle. The most I knew about it that it obviously had a Neal Adams interview with Dave Sim, but not that it was also the […]

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Blood Volume 1 by Neal Adams (graphic novel review).

March 26, 2020 | By | Reply More
Blood Volume 1 by Neal Adams (graphic novel review).

I had heard vaguely of Neal Adams’ ‘Blood’ graphic novel and finally picked up a copy. What is startling from the start is its 3D or lenticular lens cover. For those who haven’t come across them or didn’t buy cereal with its free 3D images in the 1960s, what you normally have is a two […]

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Make Art Where You Are (Guided Sketchbook): A Travel Sketchbook And Guide by Courtney Cerruti (book review).

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Make Art Where You Are (Guided Sketchbook): A Travel Sketchbook And Guide by Courtney Cerruti (book review).

Abrams do a wide selection of artbooks in their imprints and as I tend to encourage you folk to develop an interest in art so do ask for the odd book that might encourage you that way. Courtney Cerruti’s book, ‘Make Art Where You Are (Guided Sketchbook): A Travel Sketchbook And Guide’ gives guidance to […]

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