This week on ESO, Mike, Dan and Mike are joined by one of our listeners Jennifer, who gladly steps up to the plate and geeks out with the rest of the crew to discuss the Doctor Who two part story “The Empty Child” and “The Doctor Dances” featuring The 9th Doctor and Rose, and introduces the ever popular Captain Jack Harkness to the series. Then we once again hop aboard the mining ship Red Dwarf and take a peek at series III. Also this week we continue with our new crew rant section we like to call “Crew Kudos”.
Join us for another fun filled podcast that goes along with Episode 28: Mummy, Mummy, Are You My Mummy?
Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:02:15 Crew Kudos – Halloween Blog / New Superman Director / Possible New Harry Potter Books / For The Love of Who
0:24:41 Big Apple Comic Con
0:36:11 Doctor Who : The Empty Child / The Doctor Dances
1:03:27 Red Dwarf Series III
1:36:46 Show Close
Face Off True Believers! Stan “The Man” Lee and the National Hockey League have partnered to create “The Guardian Project,” a new series of superheroes. Each Guardian derives from its corresponding hockey team – complete with special powers representative of each team and city. Will this be a “Marvel”ous team-up? We’ll all find out when these 30 Guardians will be unveiled together in a special presentation during the 2011 NHL All-Star Game on Jan. 30 in Raleigh, N.C.
David Tennant thinks Matt Smith is “fantastic” as the new Time Lord in ‘Doctor Who’.
The actor – whose last episode playing the titular character in the BBC One sci-fi series was broadcast on January 1 this year – admitted while he felt he left the show at the right time, his replacement has been a “great choice” for the role.
We’ve been rooting for MGM to sort out its financial woes, mostly so there could be some forward motion on The Hobbit. But there’s another reason that getting MGM’s bankruptcy plan approved would be a good thing—it’d mean we might see RoboCop return to TV.
We are very pleased to announce that DC Comics has announced that, beginning in January, it will implement a line-wide pricing adjustment — including a $2.99 price for 32-page books. Funny how we were talking about how the new comic fan were being out priced of the market.