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Marshall Rogers Dies (Article) - 3/27/2007 10:55:34 AM

Not sure I've seen any of his work. I must have but not known who drew them. Any links to a sample of Marshall's work? Shame to lose such a pivotal talent.

"Doctor Who" gets Fourth Season (Article) - 3/26/2007 3:41:07 AM

5 days to go . . . . Scythefluna - Watched 3 minutes of Sarah Jane, and turned it off. Too kiddy TV for me. Basboy - Touchwood is a departure from DW, especially the surprise end of season kiss. Is that a Sontaran warrior in the trailer and that escaped Dalek?

DreamWorks is all 3D starting with "Monsters vs. Aliens" (Article) - 3/14/2007 4:02:13 PM

Still waiting for a good 3D movie, nt much last year so let hiope this is a good un'.

"Stargate Atlantis" Contest (Article) - 3/11/2007 4:51:12 PM

Funny how we get quickly sidetracked lol. Is Atlantis shown on UK terrestrial TV. SG1 was shown on Channel4 but has disappeared completely along with any SciFi content. The only SG1 that shows up on their website now is a postcode (Zipcode). So unless you had SKY you most likeley not seen much of the last few seasons. :(

"Stargate Atlantis" Contest (Article) - 3/11/2007 4:03:40 AM

Barsoom. Newman was Head of Drama and commissioned a family show not a chidren's show. He was an avid Sci Fi fan. "When BBC Controller of Programmes Donald Baverstock alerted Newman of the need for a programme to bridge the gap between the sports showcase Grandstand and pop music programme Juke Box Jury on Saturday evenings, he immediately decided that a science-fiction drama would be the perfect vehicle for filling the gap and gaining a family audience." Hearn, Marcus. A cross between Genghis Khan and a pussy cat. "Doctor Who Magazine", issue 260. January 14, 1998 (pages 26–31). CBBC only show the new series as far as I am aware, which is definately more youth oriented. If a show is popular with children then they will show it where and when children watch. With that reasoning then Big Brother is a childrn's show too as they watch that also, and highlights are shown in time slot where they can see it.

2001â%u20AC%u2122s Intended Musical Score â%u20AC%u201C Heard the Way Its Composer Intended (Article) - 3/10/2007 12:37:49 PM

This link is broken so I can't check it out. :( UPDATE - Fixed now.

"Stargate Atlantis" Contest (Article) - 3/10/2007 12:29:31 PM

Sorry the maths doesn't work out. There are 52 weeks in a year and 20 - 22 episodes in a season of SG1. Which means 32 to 30 weeks off air. Season 1 of Doctor Who ran for 40 weeks 1964 to 65 (20 weeks off air) and continued this type of run until 1969. From Season 11 (Pertwee) This dropped to 26 episodes, still higher than SG1. So DW is still more continuous than SG1. /discuss

"Star Trek" Plot Details (Article) - 3/9/2007 11:47:01 AM

Shame Manny Coto wasn't in at the beginning of Enterprise.. His eps were worth watching. Westend - I find Voyager very hard to watch these days. Too much techno-babble as you said. If it is set on the Enterprise, the Captains would be (according to currect Cannon: Captain Robert April (2245) Captain Christopher Pike (2250s through early 2260s) And in the book Final Froniters (Diane Carey) Kirk's father served as Secuirty Chief under Captain April.

"Star Trek" Plot Details (Article) - 3/9/2007 2:04:33 AM

bdd - I think they mean plot as in 'gunpowder plot', not as in 'tell us a bit about the story'.

Smell my face! (Blog Post) - 3/1/2007 10:21:25 AM

It would love ADV or MANGA to release some of the older anime titles on DVD from years gone by. Especially in the UK. Rojuin Z, Legend of Prince Arislan, Lensman, Battle Angel Alita. The Studio Ghibli back catalog sold well so there is a market.


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