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Episode 372 is here: Pop Culture and Whatnot on Dr. Who’s 50th Anniversary!

Episode 372: Pop Culture and Whatnot Dr. Who Anniversary Show! Jim and Sean hold another special episode. This time we discuss the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.

Listener voicemails from Jack and Anthony.

Show Notes:

0:00 Show opening, http://www.heroinitiative.org, http://www.DCBService.com, http://www.Instocktrades.com,  show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype,and more.

Show contact info and web site: https://ragingbullets.com

3:50 The Day of the Doctor Chat

1:38:25 Voicemails

2:23:05 Show Closing (Hawkman song by friends of the show “Wednesday Heroes”) http://wednesdayheroes.com/wordpress/

We’ll be back next week with our next episode.  Check Ragingbullets.com, Twitter and our Facebook group for regular updates.

Sean on Earth Station Who talking about the 2012 Dr. Who X-mas Special

I always have a great time talking Dr. Who. I want to thank the Earth Station One crew for the invite!

http://erthstationone.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/earth-station-who-ep-25.mp3

http://erthstationone.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/earth-station-who-ep-25-the-snowmen/

 

Paul Cornell on Action Comics and why this could be great.

http://dcu.blog.dccomics.com/2010/04/12/paul-cornell-steps-in-as-new-action-comics-writer/

Paul Cornell on Action. Wow, I did not see that coming. I’ve mentioned on the show for quite some time that besides my love for comics, I am a huge Dr. Who fan. Paul is the creator of Bernice Summerfield who was first a companion to Dr. Who in the Virgin New Adventures novels. These books were just fantastic and gave fans Dr. Who that was compelling when there was no series to follow. Paul’s growth as a novelist throughout that series was so fun to follow. His work at Marvel has been pretty darn good, with Wisdom being a favorite of mine.

Now I get the chance to see him take on Superman.  He was one of a series of creative writers who pushed the envelope of Dr. Who in novels and I look forward to see him play around with Clark’s world. I think the key to his Dr. Who books was that he really understood the core values of the character. As comic fans, we want a writer who knows that is an important step to keeping us on board.   I really think this could wind up being a great run.