Not One but Two Clips from this week’s Doctor Who – Into the Dalek!

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  BBC America has posted two sneak peaks of this week’s Doctor Who episode INTO THE DALEK! It should go without saying, but spoilers Up first, A Good Dalek? (Yes you read that right) “Yeah, my carer. She cares, so I don’t have to” –  This is Doctor is cold. It is not the first time that in the show’s long history that they explored the idea of Daleks that don’t just want to exterminate … Continue reading

Check Out the Latest Trailer for Doctor Who Here

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  In less than two weeks the wait will be over.   The Doctor will land on TV screens around the world.  Until then (assuming you aren’t one of the lucky few to score Doctor Who World Tour Tickets) you’ll have to make do with this:   Dinosaurs in London? The Paternoster Gang!  Murders!  Can you wait? Doctor Who, Series 8 premieres on Saturday August 23 on BBC, and BBC America.

Doctor Who World Tour – UPDATE NEW YORK

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  So, this came in today… UPDATE:  The event sold out in less than 10 minutes. I think that says it all.

New Flash Trailer – The Fastest Man Alive

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  Up until now, the CW has focused on the lighter side of the super-heroics with its ad campaign for freshman series The Flash, catching arrows, and speed traps and the like. But the newest trailer which began airing this week focuses a bit more on the dangers of being the “Fastest Man Alive”,  and along the way showcases some of the pretty cool speed effects, which, for a show about a super speedster, is … Continue reading

SDCC14 – Arsenal Suits Up on Arrow

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Well here’s one bit of news Arrow sidekick Roy Harper is ditching his Ambercrombie hoodie.   At least when he’s fighting crime. Roy has been part of the show since it’s first season, and while his path from delinquent to vigilante has been a difficult one, it has not been unexpected.  In the 2nd season finale, he finally got a bow and mask and joined Ollie and Canary out on the street, when the city needed … Continue reading