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Exclusives We are pleased to announce the winners from the recent nationwide search for the most distinctive rendition of fan favorite characters from the popular CGI animated series ReBoot. Each winner will also be awarded with a complimentary complete series collectors DVD box set due out next year. Brendan McCarthy, along with Rainmaker Entertainment & Shout! Factory, have selected 5 entries deemed as the most distinctive to be showcased in the first edition booklet accompanying ReBoot: The Definitive Mainframe Edition Complete Series Collectors DVD box set. Winners If you haven't done so already, it's time to pop open the epic webcomic that was the first new material created as part of the relaunch. The story has everything: ups, downs, twists, turns and lots of shout outs to what made the original show great. Find Out More But before you judge, take some time to read the extensive production blog maintained by the creative team.

Jack Kirby Museum & Research Center Series 6 Episode 17 – The Monster Isolation | Big Bang Theory Transcripts Scene: (After a “previously on” sequence) A coffee shop Raj: So then I went to Cambridge, which was wonderful not only because it’s a good school but because it totally looks like Hogwarts. That’s where I fell in love with astronomy, and now I’m an astrophysicist at Caltech, so I guess you could say, uh, Raj is my name and stars are my game. Girl: I have to go to the bathroom. Raj: I go to the bathroom, too. Credits sequence. Scene: The apartment. Sheldon: Hello, I’m Dr. Penny: Hello. Sheldon: So, Penny, I understand you would like to learn more about flags. Penny: Yeah, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been at a party where everyone’s talking about flags and I just couldn’t join in. Sheldon: Yeah. Penny: Uh, I’m sorry, can we just pause for a minute? Sheldon: What’s wrong? Penny: I just think it might look more natural if you talked to me instead of the camera, you know, like, like a real conversation. Sheldon: Interesting. Sheldon: Right. Penny: Let’s try open. Howard: You in there?

Easter Goes Goth! Whenever anyone thinks of Easter, they imagine fluffy white bunnies, multi-colored Easter eggs, and pretty baskets. There's really nothing of relevance for an adult on Easter other than making colored eggs for children and egg hunts. Who would have thought that there would be a goth Easter Bunny that made an appearance as the villain in the 1971 claymation classic, Here Comes Peter Cottontail? This Goth Easter Bunny goes by January Q. Irontail and was voiced by Vincent Price, which automatically gets goth street cred. Irontail wears a black over coat and black vest and literally has a spiked iron tail that was a result of a child accidentally running over his original one. January Q. Here are the highlights of January Q. - Mike C.

Starlog Magazine : Free Texts by The Starlog Group texts eye favorite 50 comment 1 Starlog Magazine Issue 001 Premiere Issue Welcome to Starlog! favorite 7 comment 0 Starlog Magazine Issue 205 Among the Red Shadows : Director Russell Mulcahy knows where evil lurks Mask Maker : For green-faced antics, look to helmsman Chuck Russell On the 3:10 to Oblivion : Out there in the wilds of space, it's cowboys & aliens time Lunar Odysseys : Mankind has always wanted to make that leap to the Moon Alien Laws & Human Order : Pounding this galactic beat is a job for the Space Police Ensign Ro Reports : Michelle Forbes reviews her days on the... favorite 15 Starlog Magazine Issue 002 From the Bridge Log Entries : Movies, Television, News Star Trek Gene Roddenberry: Two Men in One The Star Trek Movie Famous Trekkies Communications Logan's Run : Exploring Logan's 23rd Century World The New Television Season : Wonder Woman, Gemini Man, Holmes and Yoyo Books: Sci-Fi Library Convention Calendar The War of the Worlds : The Stories H.

The Creature Feature Bleachers | The place to go for reviews of sharksploitation films. Low-budget, blockbuster, thriller, horror and sci-fi—it's all up for ridicule and critique. Warning: First three rows may get wet. The Great British Television Map Plots All of Your Favorite Shows From the U.K. If you’re a British TV enthusiast, you’d know the name of the town where your favorite show is set. But could you pick it out on a map? Unlikely. While settling in to an episode of Foyle’s War, designer Tim Ritz’s wife asked him to show her where, exactly, Hastings was. But he didn’t stop there. “All of our friends and families have been getting into British TV more and more over the years,” he tells CityLab. The Great British Television Map (h/t: The Great British Bake Off) attempts to remedy that. “Layer upon layer of cultural understandings underpin the television we watch,” Ritz says. In compiling the map, Ritz says he expected more shows to follow the Downton Abbey strategy of setting the show in one location (Yorkshire, in northern England) and filming it in another (Highclere Castle, in West Berkshire, where it’s sunnier). Since launching the map, Ritz has gotten some comments (and a few outright complaints) about missing shows, but he’s taking them in stride.

My Little Pony Stranger Things Upside-Down Applejack Target has been in the reissued My Little Pony game for a while now. I've been paying them mild attention because my youngest daughter is getting into MLPs, but prefers the original styling. Luckily I find them pretty often at the flea market or garage sales for cheap so I've not yet had to actually buy one for more than a buck or two. But then I found out that for some yet unknown reason (Season 3 drops this week) they made a Stranger Things Applejack, with the packaging and figure all 'Upside-down'-ized, literally and figuratively. The pony and package are all blues and faded, and her cutie mark is printed upside-down too. I love Stranger Things, and this level of left-field marketing hits all my buttons. FYI here is what Right-Side-Up Applejack looks like, which my daughter would probably prefer anyways: