BBC America has a very special Christmas present for Doctor Who fans. On Christmas Day the network is premiering what promises to be the most Christmasy Doctor Who Christmas special ever, “A Christmas Carol,” featuring Matt Smith.
The special finds newlyweds Amy and Rory trapped on a crashing space liner and leaves the Doctor to figure out a way to save them. It is set on the alien planet Snow, in a place called Sardicktown, which is ruled over by a Scrooge-like man named Casrand Sardick (played by Michael Gambon). The special also stars opera diva Katherine Jenkins in her first acting role ever.
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The producers of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” are learning the hard way that with “great power comes great responsibility.” Let’s hope no one in the cast and crew ends up with the same fate as Uncle Ben.
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Paul Dini has managed to find time to write a new story starring one of his original creations, Jingle Belle. Titled Jingle Belle: Grounded and found in the pages of this week’s Top Cow Holiday Special original graphic novel, the story introduces the mythological character of Krampus — who, as the story goes, accompanies Santa on Christmas doling out punishment to those on the naughty list — to the world of Jingle Belle.
Newsarama talked with Dini — best known to fans for his work on ’90s cartoons like Batman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond — about the story, modern parenting, artist Stephanie Gladden and possible future plans for his original characters.
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