Doctor Who missing episode news emerging on NYCC week? Zoinks. We're all going to be busy this week… As I was writing this piece, The Radio Times made it official. Missing Doctor Who episodes, originating from the Patrick Troughton era have been discovered, and will be made available digitally this week. I have been told to expect they are from Enemy of the World and The Web of Fear.
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As I was writing this piece, The Radio Times made it official. Missing Doctor Who episodes, originating from the Patrick Troughton era have been discovered, and will be made available digitally this week. I have been told to expect they are from Enemy of the World and The Web of Fear.
I first heard about the possibility of missing Doctor Who episodes some months before Rich ran his initial report. Because of where I had heard them, and after my little bit of digging around and asking questions yielded nothing but sniggers and disbelief, I dismissed them. Completely. As you'll see below, this rumour has now made it all the way to national TV in the UK and I'm actually a little surprised it survived so long.
To take this on face value, it would seem like Warner Bros. have not yet decided whether Wonder Woman will first appear in movies or in a TV show. There are other possible readings, of course
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One unique aspect of the comics industry is how readers are able to see the future. With teasers and product solicitations, sometimes spoilers from the publishers themselves, we get to see what's coming next.
I only just realised that in the Aardman Batman, his teeth mirror the Bat symbol. Hmmm. I'm sure everyone realised before but I couldn't find reference to it anywhere.
I believe that there is a way to create a better and more successful Punisher on screen. Not just for the comic book fans, but for fans of action films, fans of violence, and fans of the iconic antihero. Frank Castle is more than a man with guns – he is a dead man on a mission. He needs to finally be represented with respect. I believe I can do this. So I made a short fan film called The Dead Can't Be Distracted.