This week we are down one Mike but are joined by Kevin Parker when we are on the road again on location at Titan Comics in Smyna Georgia to talk about all things StarGate, from the original movie and the various TV incarnations.
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: ESO Goes Traveling Across The Universe Via StarGate Continue reading
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This poster (via SuperHeroHype) really gets my design senses tingling. Peter Parker casting the spider logo shadow is the perfect image for (yet another) origin story.
By Matthew Jackson, Source Blastr.com;
The Black List, an annual grouping of the most-liked unproduced screenplays in Hollywood, is out this week, and that means it’s time for the scripts at the top of the list to get a publicity bump and a chance at new life. Lots of promising scripts made the cut, but the most intriguing of the 73 by far is a new comedy about the making of Star Wars told through the eyes of Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew.
Titled simply Chewie, the script was conceived by Van Robichaux and Evan Susser, two members of L.A.’s Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, who were taken by the story of how Star Wars was made, and particularly how Mayhew came to be a part of it. Continue reading
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By Carol Pinchefsky, Source: Blastr.com
We love Doctor Who. He’s a time-traveling, happy-go-lucky man-about-town. And it seems that U.S. iTunes users love him too. According to Apple’s famed digital distribution service, Doctor Who was the most popular television show in 2011.
That’s not all. In what is yet more proof that geeks rule the Internet, iTunes’ most downloaded single episode is from the critically acclaimed horror show The Walking Dead, for its season-two opener, “What Lies Ahead.” Continue reading
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