Tag: Doctor Who

Comics Alternative Interviews: Ian Edginton

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] World Building with Ian For this episode of The Comics Alternative Interviews, Derek and Andy W. talk with Ian Edginton, the creator (along with D’Israeli) behind the recently re-released Kingdom of the Wicked (Titan Comics). The guys talk

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 96.1: On Location at Collected Comics in Plano

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Talking Sci-Fi Comics It’s another month, so Derek is back at his local shop, Collected Comics and Games in Plano, TX. This time around, the topic is sci-fi comics, and joining Derek is new shop

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 93: Reviews of The Maxx Maxximized, Vol. 1, Supreme: Blue Rose #1, and New Doctor Who Titles from Titan Comics

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Revisits, Not Retreads On this week’s The Comics Alternative, Derek and Andy W. review four new titles, all of which revisit older characters and licenses. To begin, they discuss the first collected volume of Sam Kieth

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 71: A Review of Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time and Betty Blues

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Chunkin’ with Gene In this week’s review episode of The Comics Alternative, Derek and Gene discuss two recent releases. They begin with Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time, the Complete Series (IDW Publishing), written by Scott and David Tipton

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 62: A Roundtable Discussion on Licensed Comics

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Fully Licensed for Your Listening Pleasure The Two Guys with PhDs (Talking about Comics) are back with another roundtable discussion, and this time the topic is licensed comics. Joining them again are their podcasting pals,

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Review: Star Trek #21 and Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time, Vol. 1

Reviewed by Derek Royal On a recent episode of The Comics Alternative, one of our on-location shows at Lone Star Comics, we discussed various sci-fi comics and several that were tied to other media. This review is a not really

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