Few stories have divided genre television fans like that of Sci-Fi's (now SyFy's) "Battlestar Galactica." The philosophical dystopian space opera, which debuted in 2003 and concluded more than a year ago, inspired a level of fan evangelism rarely seen even in geek circles before a sectarian split somewhere in the third season.The controversial endi
The BBC's "Doctor Who: The Adventure Games" sees its third chapter released this Friday (and hopefully not long after abroad), but fans may already be pondering when they'll be able to get their next dose of DW gaming after the four-part saga concludes. The eleventh doctor's aloof time traveling nature may have rubbed off on Asylum
Fifteen years ago Sylvester Stallone and Rob Schneider managed to slightly smudge (and in some cases completely demolish) the general public's perception of "2000 AD's" most famous futuristic judge, jury and executioner
Comic-Con may be over for 2010, but its intergalactic equivalent is just getting started in the retro-futuristic 31st century of "Futurama." According to Comedy Central, the show's August 26 episode entitled "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences" will feature guest appearances by "Simpsons" and "Futurama" creator Matt Groening, executive producer David X
Fans writhing in agony in anticipation for "Torchwood's" fourth season "The New World" storyline have to wait until the summer of 2011 to get televised doses of Captain Jack and Gwen, but comic book fans can at least whet their appetite for new episodes with a new video trailer for Titan Publishing's official comic book in stores this Wednesday.
The trailer focuses on the first tale from Titan's comic book doubl
Is it not satisfying enough to watch the adventures of "Doctor Who" from the comfort of your own home? Would you rather set down the remote and saddle up alongside the quirky Time Lord - whether or not he's played by David Tennant or Matt Smith or someone else entirely - for one of his world-spanning journeys?
Well, we can't help you there, sadly. But look o
Have you ever sat at home in your favorite thinking chair, scratching your head and wondering aloud why no one has ever pursued the idea of a "Doctor Who" anime, particularly one created in the early 1990s? England-based "Who" fan Paul "OtaKing" Johnson wondered the same thing, leading the professional translator and staunch "Who" fan to rectify this oversight with his very own fan-made 11-minute short animated video