Transmissions From Atlantis – Episode 17 – The One About the Walking Dead and the Death of Rose Tyler

After fully recovering from our Pond mourning, we are back at it with another action packed episode of Transmissions From Atlantis. This week, we discuss why George R.R. Martin’s flashbacks aren’t in the Game of Thrones series. We let you know about Chris Carter’s return to television, the latest on American Horror Story and a big time screen legend who is joining the True Blood cast.  We give you our thoughts on Rob Zombie’s Lords of Salem trailer plus some big news from the creator of the Walking Dead. And speaking of our favorite zombies – in Rita’s Reading Review we give you a comparison of the Walking Dead graphic novel and the television series.

In our retro review we give our full review of the Indiana Jones Blu-Ray box set.

If that doesn’t beat all – we still have our Doctor Who segment where we talk about Steven Moffatt’s alternate endings to the Angels Take Manhattan, which Weeping Angels story is the best and reveal the title for the opener of Series 7 part 2. Oh and we tell you what we mean by the death of Rose Tyler…its not what you think.

Join us for another fun-filled episode of TFA!

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Schedule and linkage after the jump!


2:01 – Opening

Sci-Fi News

4:55 Game of Thrones – Why all the flashbacks aren’t in the books.

11:16- Chris Carter, creator of X-Files, has a new Sci-Fi series

Horror News
15:28- American Horror Story’s return

18:57 – A Screen Legend comes to True Blood

21:33 – Rob Zombie’s Lords of Salem gets a trailer

23:01 – Robert Kirkman creator of the Walking Dead

Rita Reading Review
26:21 – The Walking Dead Graphic Novels Books 1-3 vs. The Series

Retro Review
38:08- Indiana Jones Quadrology

Doctor Who
47:40 – Moffatt Reveals the possible alternate endings to the Ponds

52:29 – The Death of Rose Tyler….What are they talking about?

54:28 – The Two Doctors & Rose

56:39 – Best Weeping Angels Story so far?

1:05:43 – Series 7 Part 2 Opener Revealed?

1:08:12 – Closing

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About JC De La Torre

JC De La Torre is a speculative fiction author who lives in Wesley Chapel, Florida - a suburb of Tampa. De La Torre has written two well reviewed novels, Ancient Rising and Rise of the Ancients - Annuna, as well as Nightmares from Eberus - A Speculative Fiction collection. Currently, he is providing new installments in novelette form for the Continuum Force sci-fi series, Serial vampire series and the y/a Sci-Fi/Fantasy adventure Darien Connors (written as Jason Dawson). He also is a columnist/blogger for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers blog site, as well as an editor and featured columnist for SB Nation Tampa Bay covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Gators. Previously, he served as a featured columnist for Bleacher Report on Tampa Bay sports, wrote for’s Blog Blitz and contributed to Pewter Report, one of the top magazines on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He is also co-host of the Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror podcast Transmissions From Atlantis. De La Torre is married to his lovely wife, Rita, and their family consists of their Yorkshire Terrier, LeStat, and their two cats Artemis and Marius. JC has a passionate love for sports writing, speculative fiction writing, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Alternate Realities, and the Occult. His writing will include all of these sub-genres as well as other interesting excursions. JC is also an avid Whovian (Doctor Who fan). His fast paced writing style, well-researched and descriptive narrative has been compared to best selling authors Dan Brown and Clive Cussler. JC’s work features action, adventure, horror, a bit of the supernatural, and essentially something for every one. Contact JC De La Torre here -

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