A Look Back At Series 7 of Doctor Who


 Crazyivanuk    29 Sep 2017 : 14:25
 None    TV/Cinema Reviews

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Series 7 of Doctor Who had once again been highly anticipated.

Series 7 of Doctor Who had once again been highly anticipated. Firstly it was off T.V for the biggest gap since It’s return in spring 2005, the Daleks would be returning, there would be a return of classic Daleks, the Weeping Angels would be also returning and the Ponds would be leaving. It was also another split series with ½ being shown this


The 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who


 Crazyivanuk    29 Sep 2017 : 14:19
 None    TV/Cinema Reviews

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The 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who is 9 months away.

The 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who is 9 months away. It is a huge milestone that a series has lasted that long. The series has had a constant presence during that time. While Of course the TV series did have a big break, from 1989-2005, with a film in the middle it did exist as new material in novels, audio stories and comics in the doctor who magazine. With this anniversary due and previous anniversaries having been celebrated, then there are a number of different things being planned. One is a 50th anniversary episode. There have been many rumours about what will happen. For what it is worth here are some of my opinions on what should, and shouldn’t, happen.


Now TV Box Review


 Crazyivanuk    29 Sep 2017 : 14:15
 None    TV/Cinema Reviews

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Here at LOTG we were pretty excited when we were able to get our hands on the New Now TV box.

Here at LOTG we were pretty excited when we were able to get our hands on the New Now TV box. All you need to run this little beauty is a HDMI equipped TV and an internet connection. For just £9.99 you get a great service from this little white plastic box. The Now TV service offers three packages – Sports, Entertainment and Movies. All of which come with a monthly fee, but without a contract meaning you can cancel at any time.


Ghosts Of Empire


 Crazyivanuk    28 Sep 2017 : 09:40
 None    News

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Sunday Times bestselling author George Mann returns with a brand new novel, Ghosts of Empire, the fourth book in the ever-popular steampunk Ghost series.

Sunday Times bestselling author George Mann returns with a brand new novel, Ghosts of Empire, the fourth book in the ever-popular steampunk Ghost series. A book that delivers action at a breakneck speed, this compulsively readable instalment will keep you up until the early hours.


Jag In Space: A Just Determination


 Crazyivanuk    27 Sep 2017 : 13:45
 None    Book Reviews

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John G Hemry books, what can I say?

John G Hemry books, what can I say?  When I hear that name, I know I will be in for a great treat of a scifi nature, and when it comes to military Scifi Ibelieve he is one of the best, and everyone knows, who follows us here at Geeklore, is that we enjoy our scifi. So you can imagine when I got given anther John G. Hemry book, titled Jag In Space: A Just Determination I was ridiculously excited. Taking time to look at the art work on the cover you are greeted with the standard font and text layout that we see on so many of the John G. Hemry books.


Modesty Blaise – Live Bait


 Crazyivanuk    27 Sep 2017 : 13:42
 None    Graphic Novel reviews

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Modesty Blaise is one of the UK’s most long lived comic book characters, along with her partner in crime, Willie Garvin, Modesty has been embroiled in caper after caper since 1963, first in the Evening Standard and onwards via comic strips, short stories, novels and film adaptations up 2001.

Modesty Blaise is one of the UK’s most long lived comic book characters, along with her partner in crime, Willie Garvin, Modesty has been embroiled in caper after caper since 1963, first in the Evening Standard and onwards via comic strips, short stories, novels and film adaptations up 2001. Rumour has it that Quentin Tarantino is very keen to direct a Modesty Blaise feature, and Neil Gaiman has already written a script based on one of Peter O’Donnell’s novels.


The Last Four Things


 Crazyivanuk    27 Sep 2017 : 13:39
 None    Book Reviews

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‘The Last Four Things’ is the follow up to Paul Hoffman’s well received ‘The Left Hand of God’.

‘The Last Four Things’ is the follow up to Paul Hoffman’s well received ‘The Left Hand of God’. That book introduced us to a world with a parallel history to our own and the character Thomas Cale, a young man who doesn’t look like anything much but is literally the Angel of Death, wreaking God’s wrath on the unfaithful.


Four and Twenty Blackbirds


 Crazyivanuk    27 Sep 2017 : 10:15
 None    Book Reviews

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Genre readers and regular Lair Of The Geek visitors will be well familiar with Cherie Priest by now.

Genre readers and regular Lair Of The Geek visitors will be well familiar with Cherie Priest by now. Her Raylene Pendle vampire novels Bloodshot and Hellbent were a big hit with us and her award winning steampunk novel Boneshaker is currently being developed for the screen by Hammer. UK fans may not be aware that Priest has written another set of novels which haven’t been available over here unless you were prepared to go hunting for imports on the internet. Fortunately for us Titan have corrected that oversight and Four and Twenty Blackbirds finally gets a UK release this month. This is the opening story for magic sensitive heroine Eden Moore. Two other Eden Moore stories, Wings to the Kingdom and Not Flesh Not Feathers, will follow later on this year.


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