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Ultra Heroes live show set for 2015!

For close to forty years the Ultraman franchise has entertained the world. In 2015 it will go a stage further!

Tsuburaya Productions and Fields have announced that  110 more words


Cult TV Essentials: Tales of the Golden Monkey

Tales of the Golden Monkey was a 1982 adventure series that lasted for one season of twenty-one episodes. It is set in 1938 in the South Pacific, and concerns an ex-Flying Tigers pilot named Jake Cutter (Stephen Collins). 348 more words

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Cult TV Essentials: Spider-Man (Toei)

Spider-Man (Toei) was a Japanese interpretation of Spiderman which ran for 41 episodes between 1978-1979 and had a movie. A theatrical version of Spider-Man was shown on the Toei Manga Matsuri film festival on July 22, 1978. 294 more words

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Cult TV Essentials: Shazam!

Shazam! ran for three seasons (28 episodes) between 1974 and 1976. It should be noted that the wizard Shazam, who empowers Captain Marvel in the comic book and serves as his mentor, does not appear in the series. 306 more words

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Preview: Doctor Who - Equilibrium

This February, Big Finish release Doctor Who – Equilibirum, the second story with popular TARDIS crew of the Doctor, Tegan, Turlough and Nyssa, finding them eager to escape an all too familiar region: 170 more words


Preview: Doctor Who - The Secret History

Big Finish’s 200th Doctor Who Main Range story will be titled Doctor Who – The Secret History. It is written by Eddie Robson…

After two recent adventures which saw the Doctor’s timeline being manipulated, bringing him back in time to meet old friends in dangerous new situations, his Fifth incarnation arrives in 6th century Constantinople with companions Vicki (Maureen O’Brien) and Steven (Peter Purves), to find out what’s at the heart of the Secret History… 54 more words


Cult TV Essentials: The Star Wars Holiday Special

I have a bad feeling about this… Not a lot of people like ‘The Phantom Menace’, fair enough, but compared to The Star Wars Holiday Special, its  588 more words

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