Another decent week leading into the Christmas season.
New episodes return December 2.
It’s just a demo reel, so don’t go hunting on Amazon for a remastered edition just yet.
I have to say, I wasn’t too sure about the remastering job they were doing to the original Star Trek, but after having watched a few episodes, I can honestly say they are an actual improvement (and not just a “Lucasing” of the old material).
I genuinely hope they go ahead with this since the old series relied heavily on recycled stock shots throughout its short run.
The film has been getting great reviews for its visuals and a more mixed response on its other attributes. What does the Bureau think?
This week’s episode of Arrow shows just how common costumed characters are becoming in DC’s tv-verse.
It’s the small things…
Two new subatomic particles, Xi_b’- and Xi_b*-, have been detected at the CERN Large Hardon Collider….
While Philae detects organic molecules on its comet.
Space Race ’14
A British-led consortium plans to land a probe on the moon’s south pole and examine its suitability for a moonbase—and they have a Kickstarter.
Can synesthesia be learned? And will it boost intelligence?
Even if this doesn’t turn out to be the case, I love this University of Sussex study for making those headlines possible.
And (as always) Fen continue to be Fen
Cosplay and musical performance from recent Cons. below:
Barry Allen must gird up his loins and steel his resolve to face a childhood bully who has become a sociopathic supervillain.
The Flash makes his name.
The latest episode of the X-Files Retrospective podcast, covering One Breath, is now available here for your listening pleasure. Intro and outro music attribution is below. You can also follow the show from its own feed (RSS, iTunes, Stitcher) or through the Bureau 42 Master Audio Feed (RSS, iTunes, Stitcher).
Nov 17, 2014
Selina sleeps over at Wayne Manor, Harvey Dent shows early signs of cracking, the Penguin continues to be evil, and an explosive plot exploits the least intelligent jail guards in history. It’s another episode of Gotham, the city where they ship the criminally insane to an aging haunted house for treatment, and the episode ends with cheap exploitation.
A new character named “Lovecraft” casts a shadow over the episode.