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He Could See What No One Else Can: Grimm

When homicide investigator Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) of the Portland Police Department learns he is descended from a line of “guardians” known as “Grimms”, he is charged with keeping balance between humanity and the mythological creatures of the world. These … Continue reading

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Does This Look Like a Kids’ Story?: Alice

­Alice in Wonderland has always been one of my personal favourite tales from when I was a wee young thing until now, and I don’t see that changing really at any point in my life. However, I am a little … Continue reading

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Turn Up the Juice and See What Shakes Loose

Less than a week ago, your friendly neighbourhood Z ended up looking after three of her little cousins, while the ‘adults’ conversed on … whatever matters it is they talk about. I don’t really know, I’m one of those people … Continue reading

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Heroes of the World: Justice League

Marvel Comics have managed to set up their own Cinematic Universe since the first Iron Man movie. In this issue, we’ve even looked at the triumphant result of what is called ‘Phase One’ of this universe – The Avengers. Logically, there must … Continue reading

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Welcome to Level 7: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

Oh Wanderers, when I saw the request for a review of Marvels’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ping into our inbox, I couldn’t help the little burst of excitement which zipped through me. Arguably created for the fans of The Avengers, Agents … Continue reading

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Don’t Panic: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

I was wondering what to review for this issue, dear Wanderers, when I realised that it was a more important choice than usual. After all, this issue is supposed to provide the answer to life, the universe and everything. Well, … Continue reading

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Oh My God, He’s Wearing a Fez

Hello, Fandom Wanderers, and welcome to the final instalment of the 50 Years of Doctor Who series. On the day this article goes out – the 21st – there will be only four days left of the Eleventh’s Doctor time … Continue reading

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Always Nice to See Them Daleks

Hello once again my merry Fandom Wanderers, and welcome back to the next installment of 50 Years of Doctor Who. Cue the title card and theme music now. Hopefully with some nice special effects and decent opening sequence. And let’s … Continue reading

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Just One, I’m a Few: Orphan Black

What would you do if you unexpectedly stood and watched yourself – or someone who looked just like you – step in front of a train? Well, if you happened to be Sarah Manning, a down-and-out with a flair for … Continue reading

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“So You’re My Replacements – a Dandy and a Clown!”

Hello there Wanderers, and welcome back to the next installment in 50 Years of Doctor Who which, I can assure you, will only be a brief glimpse of the long and glorious history of the series and thus not take … Continue reading

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