I almost dropped the ball this week and forgot to post this. I’m going to make this an obvious choice this week because 1. I’m lazy and 2. I just love and support this series. I donated to the Season 2 Kickstarter campaign and everything.
Recently, at the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo, the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation reunited for the first time in 20 years. Obviously, as demand was high for this event, many science fiction fans had to be turned away at the door.
PBS just announced on their Google+ account that they will be livestreaming the Q&A from Wednesday night’s Masterpiece Sherlock Series 2 event in New York City featuring actor Benedict Cumberbatch, co-creator Steven Moffat and producer Sue Vertue.
I’m always inspired when geeks do something for charity, as I believe we happen to be quite a generous group. Comic artists are no different. In fact, Marvel Comics own John Romita Jr. is setting out to break his own 48-hour record for marathon drawing win order to raise funds for two cancer charities.
I have to admit that when I settled in for the Q&A with SyFy’s Treasure Island star Eddie Izzard, along with Executive Producer Robert Halmi, Sr. and SyFy Executive Vice President of Progamming and Original Movies Thomas Vitale, I was not only very excited, but …
I have to admit that I am broken-hearted about Lost Girl‘s Bo and Dyson. But this is a world of magic, so there’s got to be a way to fix it, right? I certainly hope so. Oh, and the new Ash? I think he’s going to be a royal jerk.
In the Q&A I attended recently with Eureka‘s Colin Ferguson and Jaime Paglia, both went on record as saying that this season of Eureka is the one of which they are most proud. After two episodes, I can heartily agree. The stakes are so high this season and OMG, HOLLY!
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