Comic Con is always a highlight. If you’re like me, then the dealer’s hall is great fun, wandering around spotting fun t-shirts and retro toys from your childhood (oh how that G1 Metroplex was tempting), alongside spotting glimpses of famous faces from the various shows I’ve enjoyed over the years.
This year, I attended on the Sunday, so it was a bit quieter than the busy Saturday. The signings had been moved up to a new area upstairs, overlooking the river, which made for a much nicer, bright, open area. Various cult figures were present, including Jimmy Vee, Ray Park, Margot Kidder and Sean Astin.
However for me, there was one guest I had to see. The Sixth Doctor himself, Colin Baker. (more…)
The annual Film & Comic Con rolled into Glasgow again last weekend, bringing with it a host of special guests, amazing cosplay, photo shoots, Q&A’s and a vast range of merchandise sure to dazzle any geek.
The special guests included stars of movies such as Superman, Indiana Jones, Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings as well as cast members from Doctor Who, Only Fools and Horses, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Power Rangers and Blakes 7. The world of wrestling was also well served with the dynamic duo of local lad Grado and the legendary Al Snow (with his traveling companion Head). (more…)
Miasimia Goria, once a quiet planet, now the remnant of the Rani’s failed experiment to create a race of new gods. Decades later, as the Rani languishes in a high security jail chosen specially by the Doctor as the most suitable containment for her, her mind remains free, and plotting. By the time the Doctor returns to speak about her parole hearing, he finds to his cost the dangers of underestimating the Rani’s resourceful, ever calculating nature. Now the captive is the captor, and the Doctor will learn that there are things in his past that won’t be forgotten. The only thing that could save him is that the Rani’s desire to finish her experiment may just be greater than her thirst for revenge. But on the ruins of Miasimia Goria, the Rani’s unexpected legacy may prove too much for both of them…
Bletchley Park, Britain’s most secret weapon in the Second World War. Early computers clatter away day and night, decoding enemy transmissions and revealing intelligence crucial to the country’s future.
Leading WREN Mrs Constance Clarke and her team are working valiantly under the watchful eye of the recently arrived Dr Smith. But while Smith is focussed on the transmissions of a certain spy, he’s unaware that he himself has caught the attention of MI5’s spycatchers. Will they catch up with the Doctor before he uncovers a threat that may just end the war by ending the world?
We’re big fans of the Star Trek fan series, Star Trek Continues here at Outpost Skaro. So when they announced a certain Colin Baker was guest starring in their fourth episode it seemed like a perfect combination.
Well, the episode has now been released online for us all to enjoy
It’s ten years since the Great Cyber War was ended by a final assault on Telos after the tables had been turned by the Glittergun’s lethal efficacy. But out in the furthest edges of the galaxy a strange reminder of the Cyberr-ace remains: a hundreds of feet high Giant Cyberhead.
A monument? A memorial? A tomb? The Doctor sets out to discover what it is… but he fails to return. Inside the TARDIS Jamie and Zoe’s worried waiting is interrupted by a brightly dressed stranger who insists that he’s the Doctor. But why here? Why Now? Has the universe really seen the last of the Cybermen?
Doctor Who 24/7 are reporting that according to Paul McGann (and he would know, let’s face it), a sequel to the incredibly popular Five(ish) Doctors Reboot is in the works.
This is excellent news, as the original was undoubtedly one of the highlights of the 50th anniversary.