Photo: Heather Maloney
After a much-anticipated wait, the first night of Myths and Legends Con has finally arrived. Taking place at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center from September 27-29, 2013, Myths and Legends Con is an event that celebrates some of the fandoms that do not currently have their own convention in the Mile High City. The fandoms celebrated are “Harry Potter”, “Firefly”, Pirates, “Lord of the Rings”, “Doctor Who” and “My Little Pony”. The Friday festivities were almost too much fun to handle. With dances and panels, this new convention is off to an amazing start. (CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER.COM)
Could the Ninth Doctor have another companion besides Rose? 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 September, Puffin will be releasing “The Beast of Babylon” by Charlie Higson. This installment is a delightful expansion of Christopher Eccleston’s Ninth Doctor. (CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER.COM)
Beginning of the first Denver Comic Con 2013 Panel with Colin Baker and Daphne Ashbrook. Also joining them onstage is Heather Maloney (The Geek Port Podcast and http://www.heathermaloneynews.com) and Michelle Talkington (Girls of Geek 12 and Denver Comic Con TV). Heather is mocked by The Doctor, how awesome is that?
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Join Heather, Aaron and Tom as the preview the upcoming Myths & Legends Con.
In an age of prerecorded performances and cookie cutter sound, EOTO stands apart as an imaginative and amazing band. Formed in 2006 by Michael Travis and Jason Hann, EOTO perform hundreds of live shows a year: all through improvisation. Originally set to play the Mishawaka Amphitheatre, due to road closures from the devastating floods in Colorado the show has been moved to the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado. In addition, proceeds from the event will benefit the Colorado Flood victims. EOTO will be performing on Saturday, September 21, 2013. (CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER.COM)
Join Heather, Aaron and Tom as they review Nan Desu Kan and talk about this week in Geek News.
While there are many fan conventions in the Denver area, Myths and Legends Con is a bit different. Taking place at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center from September 27-29, 2013, Myths and Legends Con is an event that celebrates some of the fandoms that do not currently have their own convention in the Mile High City. The fandoms celebrated are “Harry Potter”, “Firefly”, Pirates, “Lord of the Rings”, “Doctor Who” and “My Little Pony”. (CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER.COM)
Photo: Heather Maloney
While most Anime conventions are known for their amazing cosplay, Nan Desu Kan (NDK) 2013 was full of costumes from throughout the world of Anime. NDK is the premiere Anime convention in the rocky mountain region. Held annually in Denver, Colorado, NDK is three days of fun and celebration for fans of Anime and Japanese culture. What was surprising was the vast amount of “Doctor Who” (Continue reading on Examiner.com)
Join Tom and Heather as they preview the upcoming NDK convention in Denver, Colorado. The event takes place at the Marriott DTC from September 13-15, 2013. For more information please visit the official website at www.ndkdenver.org.
The Day of the Doctor, the Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith), the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) and John Hurt
Photo: Adrian Rogers, © BBC
Tuesday was an exciting day for “Doctor Who” fans. Details of the upcoming 50th Anniversary Special were released including the title and the first promotional image. On November 23, 2013, “The Day of The Doctor” will air around the world. Staring Matt Smith, David Tennant, Jenna Louise Coleman, Billie Piper and John Hurt, the episode will be 75 minutes long and will be presented in 3D where available. Steven Moffatt, lead writer and executive producer said “50 years has turned Doctor Who from a television show into a cultural landmark. Personally I can’t wait to see what it becomes after a hundred.”
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