4 items from 2013
"I'm as blind, deaf, and mute as the three wise monkeys."
In season one of Xiii, Samuel Amos (Greg Bryk) was President Carrington's National Security Advisor. He and the spy with no name were usually at odds with one another, and occasionally they were at each other's throats. Amos' background was in the military where he spent his time behind the lines, planning strategies and developing innovative tactics. Even though he's all about rules and order, he wasn't afraid to take the law into his own hands and do some dirty work when he thought it was required. Additionally, in the first season we saw that Amos was a family man with a wife and a daughter, and he is extremely protective of his family.
In season two, Amos has a very different position. He has moved to the private sector and is now CEO of the Synequanon Corporation, a »
- reelz staff
Cinebook are a comics publisher that specialise in European fare. I’ve been lucky enough to receive a handful of their latest titles for review. The selection seems to cover pretty much every genre of boy’s own-style adventure you could think of, from space opera to World War II tales, via pirates and spies, stopping off at Viking and cowboys. Without further ado, let’s dive in.
I began with Sylvain Runberg and Serge Pellé’s Orbital 1. Scars. This is a sci-fi adventure, set in a future where humankind has recently been inducted into a pan-galactic Un-type organisation. Human Caleb and Mezoke of the Sandjarr race are paired together as part of the organisation’s spec-ops-cum-ambassadorial-peace-keeper branch (essentially like the Jedi in the Star Wars prequels), which is contentious due to the two species’ previous conflict. Pellé’s grimy and detailed artwork suggests a fully realised world and Runberg »
- Jack Kirby
Hopefully you’ve been watching this really fun, entertaining supernatural show. If not, now’s the time to get going on that. Lost Girl brings us new supernatural creatures nearly every week as well as longer story arcs, some nice fight scenes, great cast chemistry, and lots of sex between pretty people. What’s not to like?
The series is produced in Canada and airs on Showcase there; Showcase and Syfy both announced the new season pickup yesterday. Unfortunately, while Canada is getting the next season in late 2013, we in the U.S. have to wait until 2014. Hopefully that isn’t set in stone…
Syfy Renews Sexy Supernatural Series Lost Girl – #1 Cable Drama Among Adults 18-49 And Adults 25-54 In Its Time Period – For Fourth Season Beginning In 2014
New York – February 28, 2013 – Syfy has renewed its sexy supernatural series Lost Girl – the #1 original cable drama among Adults 18-49 and Adults 25- »
- Erin Willard
The Canadian channel Showcase has ordered a fourth season of its supernatural series Lost Girl. The show has consistently been Showcase’s number one scripted series and is an international hit.
“Lost Girl remains an anchor series for Showcase, and with its sharp writing and palpable cast chemistry, it has amassed a fan following second-to-none,” said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice President, Content, Shaw Media. “We are delighted to bring fans another season of the series and can’t wait to see where the creative team takes the story next.”
Currently halfway through its third season on Showcase, Lost Girl is centered on sexy succubus Bo (Anna Silk). Bo is a strong-willed and independent member of a community of creatures of legend and folklore called Fae that exists in our modern world. Bo refuses to choose an allegiance to either the Dark or Light Fae clans, »
- Michael Simpson
4 items from 2013
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