Archive for February, 2010
Still wondering what is going on in Lost? Did they both crash and not crash? Feel like more questions are getting asked than answered, and worried you’ll be left going, “Huh?” at the end? Well, I suppose that could still happen, but creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse at least plan to leave no questions unanswered. Whether we will understand the answers is another matter…
Just got the following press release:
Updated: Just added: John Scalzi, creative consultant on Stargate Universe and science fiction author, who won the 2005 Hugo Award for [asin=0765348276]Old Man’s War[/asin].
JAMES MARSTERS TO ATTEND PHOENIX COMICON
“Buffy” alum joins other talented guests at Phoenix in May
Phoenix, Ariz.—James Marsters, breakout star of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and television actor on series such as Smallville and Torchwood will be appearing at Phoenix Comicon.
“James Marsters played some of the greatest characters on scifi television,” said Matt Solberg, Convention Director. “He was Spike on Buffy, Braniac on Smallville, and he voiced Lex Luthor in Superman: Doomsday. We are absolutely thrilled that he’ll be coming to Phoenix.”
After giving some contemporary twists to the Oz (Tin Man) and Alice (Alice) stories, SyFy has its sights on 5 more tales to get the treatment, starting with Beauty And The Beast (February 27th), and including the stories of “Hansel & Gretel” and “Little Red Riding Hood”.