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Bringing an exhibition to life: Voyage to the Deep

Constructing exhibitions such as Voyage to the Deep is the work of preparators, or ‘preps’. They are an integral cog in the machine of traditional museums and, as the name implies, are employed to prepare objects, specimens or exhibits. 531 more words

Behind The Scenes

My Favorite Parts of 20,000 Leagues under the Seas

20,000 Leagues under the Sea is a sci-fi book written by Jules Verne. It tells of how three men, Pierre Arronax (professor of natural history in a university in Paris), his servant Conseil (a negro of great self-control), and Ned Land (greatest Canadian harpooner of his time), are stranded in the sea and taken aboard a submarine ship, the… 387 more words

School Essays

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill

Alan Moore stands as one of the great literary minds of the comic book medium. His works stood to elevate the art form as being more than simple kids stuff. 487 more words


Land of Fan-Fic

Big Finish Folly, Part 111 – Legend of the Cybermen, by Mike Maddox

The Doctor and Jamie have returned to the Land of Fiction – only to find that the Land itself is under siege from a race of beings that detests imagination and individuality: the Cybermen. 489 more words

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Cult Comic Essentials: The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s incredible reinvention of classic heroes and villains!

What if Captain Nemo, Allan Quatermain, Dr Henry Jekyll (together with Edward Hyde) and the Invisible Man were brought together by a Miss Mina Harker (who once had a dalliance with a certain Count from Transylvania), to fight the menace of Fu Manchu? 44 more words


That Sinking Feeling

Big Finish Folly, Part 110 – The Wreck of the Titan, by Barnaby Edwards

After our brief diversion into other ranges, the Doctor and Jamie return to the Main Range, Tardis in tow. 421 more words

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