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Kathryn Adams

SDCC 2017 – Amazon Prime Video Schedule of Events

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SDCC 2017 – Amazon Prime Video Schedule of Events

Announcing Amazon Prime Video’s lineup for Comic-Con International in San Diego, featuring the Amazon Original Series The Tick and kids series Danger & Eggs and Niko and the Sword of Light.

In addition to cast and creator panels, autograph signings and sneak peeks at all three series, Amazon is creating an immersive Tick experience for Con attendees. Click the jump for a rundown of the events and the full schedule.

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llyzabeth

Binary System Podcast #87 – WTNV episode 110 “Matryoshka”

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Binary System Podcast #87 – WTNV episode 110 “Matryoshka”

This week Binary System is finally caught up with Welcome To Night Vale woo!! Listen in as we recap (and try to pronounce) “Matryoshka.” Then there’s the Night Vale Bonus Episode “The Tragic Story of Louie Blasko,” which we don’t recap so much as point excitedly at the computer yelling “You guys you GUYS you need to listen to this!” Seriously. Right now. It’s only ten minutes. Go on, it’s okay, we’ll wait.

We also go on a tangent about China Mieville’s The City and The City, and how there may be a BBC adaptation and what a mind-f*#k that will be, and about Twin Peaks’ version of The Weather, and how Cillian Murphy can nail a dead-eyed stare, but with more sexy.

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llyzabeth

Review – Transformers: Till All Are One #11

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Review – Transformers: Till All Are One #11

Everybody’s messing around inside everybody’s head this issue, whether it’s an evil consciousness taking over someone’s brain, false memories being implanted all over the place, or….whatever the heck Bumblebee is.

See below for preview pages and a review of Till All Are One #11.

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Kathryn Adams

Review: Every Heart A Doorway

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Review: Every Heart A Doorway

Alice fell down a rabbit hole to Wonderland. Dorothy was whisked away to Oz by a tornado. Wendy, Michael, and John flew away to Never Land with Peter Pan, and Harry Potter could just go to Platform 9¾ whenever he needed to enter the wizarding world. Literature is full of examples of children who stepped (or fell. Or were dragged) into one of many different variations of fairyland..

Some children when they return are happy to have escaped alive. Most grow up and remember their adventure as a childhood daydream. A few get to stay in fairyland forever. Seanan McGuire’s Hugo-nominated novella Every Heart a Doorway is set in Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children, a school for those travelers who’d do anything to go back.

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Guest Writer

Review – Transformers: The Last Knight

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Review – Transformers: The Last Knight

Michael Bay’s (apparently) final Transformers movie was a marvel of special effects and glorious, beautiful explosions. A lot of people really didn’t like it.
Guest columnist Narrator26 weighs in.

Michael Bay’s latest installment into his much-maligned Transformers series rolled out this past weekend to serve yet another overlong feast of bloated robot mayhem. And with Bay finally vacating the director’s chair after this entry, one might be forgiven for thinking that he would try to go out on a high of sorts; predictably though, that’s not the case.

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Guest Writer

Review – Despicable Me 3

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Review – Despicable Me 3

By guest columnist k.e.n.n.y.h.

Ha ha, I like it. Not a lot….I don’t like it…

Psych! I liked it.

Illumination has given us their fourth film in the Gru-iverse (that may not be a thing, but you heard it here first) with Despicable Me 3 – The Redemption of the Minions (…okay, I made up the second part, but it’s strangely accurate.)

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Kathryn Adams

Binary System Podcast #86 – The Alice Isn’t Dead catch-up episode (…part 1)

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Binary System Podcast #86 – The Alice Isn’t Dead catch-up episode (…part 1)

This week Binary System Podcast is organized and on top of all the things! Hah, kidding, we’re still playing catch up. This week we recapped episodes 4 and 5 of the latest season of Alice Isn’t Dead, and still had time to talk about House of Cards, Iron Fist, Twin Peaks (…seriously, someone tell us, why do dudes think barfing scenes are hilarious?…) Jurassic World, and the totally unnecessary but really pretty boxes they sent with the Comic-Con badges.

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Leland Pierce

Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 53: Roger Moore

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 53: Roger Moore

This week Elizabeth and Leland give a great tribute to the James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore. The second of only a few actors to play the world’s best spy: James Bond. They go over all seven of Moore’s Bond films and talk about the music, the action, villains and all the Bond Girls stupid names. Please download and enjoy.  Read On