The ComicPop Crew welcome back Susanne Lambdin. She discusses her exciting news about today’s release of her first novel in her Realm of Magic Trilogy, Seeker of Magic. Join Susanne on this fantastical journey of Taliesin’s, that she is sharing by supporting her through Amazon.
What we discussed in this episode:
Realm of Magic: Seeker of Magic, Susanne L. Lambdin, Theogony Books, 2017.
“Strangers Like Me”, Tarzan Soundtrack, Phil Collins, Walt Disney Records, 1999.
“One Call Away”, Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth, Artist Partner Group, 2016.
The ComicPop Crew travel through time and space with the Doctor searching for a lost space ship that holds the fate of the Universe within it’s hold. Will we make it in time? Find out as we discuss the animated movie Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest.
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What we reviewed in this episode:
Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest, Gary Russell – director, BBC Home Entertainment, 2008. ASIN: B001DJLD3U, from $2.99 to $50.73.
Music clips used in this episode:
“Doctor Who Theme X (David Tennant), Doctor Who Closing Credits”, Murray Gold – composer, Doctor Who Kingdom, YouTube, 2011.
Syfy’s Dark Matter series has made it to its second season. For those who didn’t catch the first season trailer it is first and then the second season trailer comes after. Looks decent but as with all TV series I have to wait until they hit DVD and then I pick them up to watch. The trailers come from Syfy and Television Promos’ YouTube channels:
I haven’t seen this yet, but it might be one of interest for everyone. Wynonna Earp is SyFy’s adapation of the comic book series, which is currently at IDW publishing. Basically a modern Supernatural Western. Here’s the trailer from SyFy’s YouTube channel:
The ComicPop Crew has the distinct pleasure of visiting with Kevon Ward. We discuss Kevon’s experience as a contestant on Syfy’s Face Off Season 9 and then dive into the projects he has developed or is working on for Heart and Fire Film Productions.
The ComicPop Crew has been away for a while helping our friends down in Oklahoma. More on that next week. For today and the rest of the weekend I wanted to let everyone know we are still here, with a couple of posts for you. First is for Lady Low’s latest music video for their single “You & I” and the for our headliner for the rest of the weekend we have our visit with Kevon Ward from Syfy’s Face Off Season 9 and Heart and Fire Film Productions. It’s been a great week all around!
This next one that Syfy Channel is bring us is based on a series of books by Kelley Armstrong. The new Syfy series is called Bitten and if you haven’t read any of them you can go to you local book store or library to ready the series. Kelley Armstrong has been writing for several years. Bitten will be debuting on January 13 according to Syfy’s website. Thanks to the “Space” channel on YouTube for the following trailer:
The Syfy Network is coming out with a couple of interesting new series this season. The first one is Helix and premieres this Friday at 10/9 C. It’s one of those government conspiracy experiments gone wrong type of show. Thanks to “HD TRAILERS” channel on YouTube for the following trailer:
The Syfy channel newest reality series, which premieres August 13, is Heroes of Cosplay. This is one where I will watch to see how the costume is made and what the finished product looks like (because many of the costumes are well made), but can do without the drama. Check it out below from syfy channel’s YouTube page: