In my second article for Creators.co, I decided to analyze the Steven Moffat Era, also in order to pay tribute, in a way, and to look at everything, good and bad that Moffat has given us Whovians during his tenure as “Doctor Who’s” show runner. Here’s a short snippet from the article: Moffat’s stories range…
Here’s a little something I wrote sometime last week for Creators.co. As Steven Moffat’s tenure as show runner ends, I decided to take a look back at the two show runners that Nu Who has had so far, starting with none other than Russell T. Davies, the man who started it all for Nu Who.…
Before we delve into Season 13 of Classic Who, what was your favorite serial from this season?
Never has it been a greater time to be a geek, not just when it comes to movies, as television has also quickly caught on to this trend. However, for science fiction fans, this past year has seen a remarkable resurgence in science fiction on television, thanks to SyFy finally stepping up their game and changing their programming to return to that once glorious channel that produced shows such as “Warehouse 13” and “Battlestar Galactica”.
Now that those three (conventions) are officially over, and after observing the kind of booths and people that attend each convention twice, I decided to create a little guide for convention newbies as to what to expect in each convention.
Ever since last year, I have been going to three major fan conventions that are held in my country- NexCon, ToyCon, and Asia Pop Comic Con.
Last year, I decided to “Disneybound” during NexCon and Asia Pop Comic Con.
I had a lot of fun going to those conventions last year, so this time around, I decided that it would be more fun if I cosplayed at all three conventions.
Just recently, The Hollywood Reporter came out with an interesting article/discussion about when one should begin ditching a show.
This of course is quite relevant given the fact that the television landscape has changed so much and television fatigue or too much tv is real due to the fact that we are currently at the peak of the Golden Age of Television.