Most-Read TV/Film Stories Sunday:
Here we go.
A dazzingly inventive fiftieth anniversary episode for Doctor Who, but in seventy-five minutes can everything be wrapped up. Of course not. Here are a few dangling plot ends – apart from the ones which are obviously meant to make you scratch your head like the identity of the Curator and how he got the painting. Or the ones that get answered, such as The Moment letting things come in and out of a timelocked Gallifrey, where/when/how the Rassilon gang escaped from the Time Lock (watch again, the bit when they say "The High Council are in emergency session, they have plans of their own" "To hell with the High Council, their plans have already failed".) But what is still standing?
I'll miss Matt Smith, but I can't wait to see what he does with this material.
Most-Read Comic Stories Sunday:
The Light Brigade by Peter Tomasi and Peter Snejberg was published by DC Comics in 2004, collected and then republished in 2009. Reprinting a book allows DC to keep ownership of the comic for a longer period, but now it seems DC have published enough of it,
Tim Estiloz interviews Pete Marston, the son of William Moulton Marston, and the creator of Wonder Woman – as well as the lie detector. Pete Marston talks about his father's creation – and, shows his massive collection of Wonder Woman memorabilia, one of the largest in the world.
About 20 years ago when I was in high school I went to band camp. (Okay, let's pause for snickering) Well, we played a song one year called 'Where Never Lark or Eagle Flew' and for some reason it has stuck with me. It inspired several versions of Lark and Eagle over the years until this one just clicked.