I’ve been chatting with Chris Walker about this series and just got to see the first episode. I’ll be working with Chris to spread the word about Anti-Matter, so expect to hear more about it from me in the weeks to come.
Anti-Matter is a great program and will speak to anyone who is either into comics, spent 5 minutes in a comic shop or talking to a comic book fan. Anti-Matter is a traditional sitcom, complete with Taxi-like opening credits sequence, kooky characters and a cranky lead played by Justin Tyler of Pulp Secret fame.
Check out the first episode below!
More info here: http://www.antimattershow.com/Home.html
The Doctor’s deadliest foes, the Daleks are the result of evil scientist Davros who developed the creatures as the ideal being for survival in a deadly war with the Thals on the planet Skaro. Encased in a poly-carbon shell and armed with unstoppable weaponry, the Daleks waged war across the universe and became the scourge of all living beings, synonymous with death and destruction.
Introduced in conclusion of the Doctor Who episode ‘The Dead Planet’ in 1963, the Daleks are the brainchild of author Terry Nation and designer Ray Cusick and have become the most popular monster of the program’s history. Re-introduced in 2005 and re-tooled in gleaming gold, the Daleks plagued the Doctor anew and attracted an all-new generation of followers who hid behind the sofa when their battle cry ‘Ex-ter-min-ate!’ bellowed from the TV speakers.
Now you can make your own ’05-era Dalek in paper!
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The attention to detail is simply stunning in the scaled replica of the first episode of Doctor Who, ‘An Unearthly Child.’ The Doctor is represented in his wool cap, cloak and scarf in the junkyard bearing the name I.M. Foreman. Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright have followed their star pupil Susan to the strange setting only to discover that a suspicious character is lurking around a metropolitan police box. The rest, as they say, is history.
Iron Man takes on Hydra’s Mandroids and discovers that S.H.I.E.L.D. has been stealing his designs in the latest microsode leading up to the exciting Avengers animated series that fans are already calling Marvel’s answer to ‘Justice League Unlimited.’
The second Hulk microsode for the Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes cartoon is an all-out slug-fest between the jade giant and the Absorbing Man just as General Ross’ Hulkbusters arrive. The Hulkbusters are of course specially-equipped soldiers trained specifically to take down the Hulk.
This is hardly the ‘Hulk Smash’ version of the green monster that fans are most familiar with. A smarter, more brutally vicious version of the Hulk poses a greater threat than we have seen in a long long time. While I don’t like the ‘smart Hulk,’ I’m in full support of a crafty Hulk who uses his brains in battle. It takes the character back to his first appearance when the Hulk was clearly a representation of Banner’s id.
Enjoy the carnage!
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Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes premiers on Disney XD October 20th.