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Ultraman X is coming!

All we know so far is this is the new Ultraman – Ultraman X!

He arrives on July 14th 2015!

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A Brand New Day (not in the Marvel lets ruin Spider-man kind of way)

I guess first post tradition dictates I should outline kind kind of things I will be “blogging” about. It also seams a good time to point out my spelling can be quit bad, so keep an eye out for letter in the wrong order. 128 more words

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Cult TV Essentials: Alpha Scorpio

Alpha Scorpio was a short-lived Australian children’s science fiction television series, written and produced by James Davern, and which aired on ABC Television from 21st June 1974 – 26th July 1975.   604 more words

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Emerald City revived by NBC

NBC is bringing back “Emerald City,” inspired by L. Frank Baum’s enduring “Wizard of Oz” tales, afterpassing on the project last season.

The net handed a straight-to-series 10-episode order to the drama, which will be exec produced by “Do No Harm” creator-exec producer David Schulner. 117 more words

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Family, Super-Powers, and Self-De(con)struction in "Melinda"

Since my Agents of SHIELD rants here constantly verge into overwrought and highly emotional territory, I’d just like to share with you my “official” review of “Melinda” for The Tracking Board. 80 more words

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Cult TV Essentials: Phoenix 5

Phoenix Five is a low-budget Australian science fiction television series produced in 1970 by Artransa Park in association with the Australian Broadcasting Commission.

Twenty-six half-hour episodes were produced and shown between 10th January 1970 – 3rd July 1970. 138 more words

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The Prisoner is coming to Big Finish

With pre-production on Big Finish’s audio drama re-imagining of the The Prisoner continuing apacethey have revealed the story line-up for the first box set…

Fans of the classic, 1967 TV series The Prisoner (in which a secret agent resigns and finds himself imprisoned in the bizarre ‘Village’) will notice something old and something new in the first four episodes. 203 more words

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