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2 hrs ago | OhNoTheyDidnt
Bee and Puppycat is an adorable Magical Girl homage web series that's currently in production after getting funding from the most successful animation-based Kickstarter campaign in history - and now, it's coming to your comic book shelves, too.
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6 hrs ago | Anorak
THE painter Pablo Picasso once asked who can see the human face correctly: the photographer, the mirror, or the painter.
6 hrs ago | Dark Horizons News
It has been reported online that scribes J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay are attached to a big screen reboot of "Flash Gordon".
7 hrs ago | KSL-TV
The story begins with the heartbreaking news that Jack Robinson, a special 4-year-old from Hampshire, England, recently passed away.
9 hrs ago | The Independent
Doctor Who Series 8: Tom Baker admits 'I'd blow up the BBC if I had the chance'.
10 hrs ago | Salt Lake City Weekly
When it comes to the discussion of 2013's Salt Lake Comic Con, the phrase that seems to best describe it is "who woulda thunk?" That's not to disparage anything.
12 hrs ago | WWWM-FM Toledo
If Ed Sheeran 's new single "Sing" sounds perfectly logical to you, perhaps that's because it was reportedly recorded in the presence of the world's most famous Vulcan: Mr. Spock.
Fans were surprised when Karen Gillan made a quick return to "Doctor Who" right before Matt Smith regenerated out of the show's lead role.
Whoopi Goldberg addresses the audience during a press conference prior to the Life Ball on July 17, 2010 in Vienna, Austria.
Series 8 of Doctor Who is now filming in Wales, but do you know where? Kathryn Williams and David Prince do.
So it should come as no surprise that Tom Baker isn't exactly shy on voicing his opinions regarding the BBC, fellow Doctors, and even his canine castmates.
Comic Book Guy realizes his comics are nothing if he can't share them with anyone.
I was rewatching "The Day of The Doctor" the other day and I've come to a very sad conclusion about it.
Last month Slice of SciFi reported that The Syfy Network finally got a clue and will be returning to its roots with science fiction shows geared more to its roots in space opera projects similar to its Peabody Award winning series Battlestar Galactica.
Franchises such as Doctor Who have used novels and audio dramas to build an ''expanded universe'': the most recent Doctor in Asylum of the Daleks.
In an effort to keep the massive Losing it audience as confused as I generally am, I'm moving right along with the next Doctor Who review.