Growing up, there is always one book that stays with you; the one story that you think of when you reminisce about childhood. Throughout a reader’s adult life they pore through book after book trying to recapture the same magic as that one book from when they were a kid. Many search their entire lives and never recapture that feeling. “The Ocean at the End of the Lane” is that book full of wonder, mystery and just a dab of terror. The newest work from world-renowned author Neil Gaiman is everything fans look for in his work and so very much more.
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Denver Comic Con 2013: Michelle Talkington, Daphne Ashbrook, Colin Baker and Heather Maloney
If you love “Doctor Who” and you love the “Doctor Who Movie”, make sure to join Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Ken Deep, Gary Russell and fans on Google Hangouts to watch the movie all together! For more information and to join in the fun, click here.
Every once in a while an album will come along that makes your heart sing and takes you on a journey. The newest solo album from Mark Owen is just such an amazing work of art. “The Art of Doing Nothing” is brilliantly written, performed and designed. Mainly released on the other side of the pond, Mark Owen’s music has inspired fans for decades and his newest endeavor will make you want to close your eyes and soak in the beauty. (Continue reading on Examiner.com)
Koturia is a dazzling world, but keep an eye out for the evil that hides within. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who”, Penguin Books UK and Puffin Books are releasing e books each month in 2013 featuring one of the eleven Doctors and written by a famous children’s or young adult’s fiction author. For June, Puffin will be releasing “Something Borrowed” by Richelle Mead. This installment takes readers on a journey with Colin Baker’s Sixth Doctor. (continue reading on Examiner.com)
Many “Doctor Who” fans, or Whovians, stick solely to the television program. What some fans do not know is that there is a whole world of “Doctor Who” stories in novels, comic books and audio dramas. While many “Doctor Who” books are based off of the current Doctor and are written to be understood by adults and young adults alike, few since “The New Adventures” have been written in a more sophisticated manner. “Harvest of Time” by Alastair Reynolds is one of these endeavors and harkens back to the time of Jon Pertwee gallivanting around Earth in his car Bessie with UNIT by his side.
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There are many iconic characters, however few have achieved the coveted fame of Superman. With that, every new incarnation comes along with great expectations that seem almost near impossible to meet. After fan’s disappointing reaction to “Superman Returns”, everyone has been waiting with bated breath for the newest version of their beloved hero. Unfortunately, “Man of Steel” did not surpass expectations and was difficult to watch and believe. (Continue reading at Examiner.com)
Whovians have long come to terms that they will never be able to see every episode of their favorite television show; unless of course you were alive to watch all of the First and Second Doctor episodes when they originally aired. Currently there are 106 missing “Doctor Who” episodes which means there are 27 incomplete stories from the first six years of the program. An article was published on Friday by Rich Johnston with Bleeding Cool stating he has heard from reliable sources that many of the lost stories have been found, including possibly the complete William Hartnell episodes. (continue on Examiner.com)