Episode Title: "The Time Of Angels"
Written By: Steven Moffat
Story: The Doctor is summoned by River Song, the woman with a mysterious, possibly romantic connection to The Doctor, who was last seen in 2008's "Silence in the Library" adventure. After helping The Doctor regain control of his TARDIS, the trio of River, The Doctor and Amy Pond meet up with a group of soldiers on a barren planet and embark on a dangerous mission. Their goal? Find and eliminate an escaped Weeping Angel.
One of The Doctor's most terrifying villains is back — and it has some new tricks! Read More...
Episode Title: "Victory Of The Daleks"
Written By: Mark Gatiss
Story: The Doctor is summoned by his old buddy Winston Churchill, who believes he has a new secret weapon in the battle against the Third Reich. While bombers set their sights on London, The Doctor and his companion, Amy Pond, come face to face with an old enemy — the evil Daleks.
But could The Doctor's greatest enemies be the nation's best defense?
Episode Title: "The Beast Below"
Written By: Steven Moffat
Story: The Doctor and his companion, Amy Pond, travel into the future to visit Starship UK, a vessel containing the last remnants of Britain as the nation looks for a new home in space.
As always, all is not as it seems, and the pair discover a sinister secret hidden in the depths of the British people's last, best hope for survival. Read More...
Episode Title: "The Eleventh Hour"
Written By: Steven Moffat
Story: Recently regenerated, the 11th Doctor finds himself with little time to acclimate to his new body as the Earth is threatened by an alien menace. The TARDIS is wrecked, his sonic screwdriver is busted, and he only has 20 minutes to save the world. It's a race against time with new companion Amy Pond!
The Who, What and How: Matt Smith hits the ground running as the new face of "Doctor Who," and manages to offer both an individually impressive performance and a unique spin on The Doctor that goes far in making the role his own. He has big shoes to fill in the wake of former star David Tennant's departure, but Smith does an admirable job of proving to fans that he's not only a worthy successor, but a damn fine actor who can deliver on both the nutty and deadly serious moments of "Doctor Who" tales. Read More...
Episode Title: "Christopher Chance"
Written By: Jonathan E. Steinberg & Robbie Thompson
Story: Ghosts from the past come down on Christopher Chance (Mark Valley) prompting a flood of memories to the days before he became a hero — the days when the honorable Lavern Winston (Chi McBride) was still a cop, the enigmatic Guerrero (Jackie Earle Haley) was still in shape, and the beautiful Katherine Walters (Amy Acker) was still alive. Read More...
Episode Title: "Victoria"
Written By: Kalinda Vazquez & Sonny Postiglione
Story: Christopher Chance (Mark Valley) is contacted by Gerard (Erick Avari), a bodyguard protecting Princess Victoria (Christina Cole) of the British royal family. Victoria's jealous husband has marked her for assassination following the revelation that she's fallen in love with Tony (Rey Valentin), a New York City ambulance driver.
Chance is forced on the run alongside Victoria and with the help of Winston (Chi McBride) and Guerrero (Jackie Earle Haley), he must thwart the secret service agents that have turned against the princess and bring her husband to justice. Read More...
Dark Horse published "Star Wars: Purge" in 2005, a one-shot that picked up in the aftermath of Order 66, a.k.a. The Day The Jedi Died. The comic followed Darth Vader as he searched Coruscant for stray Jedi, hoping that one would lead him to his former master, Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Today brings the release of a second "Purge" one-shot, subtitled "The Hidden Blade." The story opens on a remote, newly conquered world. Emperor Palpatine has dispatched the Dark Lord of the Sith to oversee the production of AT-AT walkers as the Imperial garrison consolidates its strength in the face of continuing assaults from the planet's indigenous people.
When Vader picks up faint traces of a Jedi, he's faced with a choice: stay with the garrison to lead the defense or disobey the Emperor's command and head out to find the rogue Force-wielder. Read More...
Episode Title: "Tanarak"
Written By: Mike Ostrowski
Story: Christopher Chance (Mark Valley) travels to an Alaskan island to locate missing doctor Jessica Shaw (Moon Bloodgood), who is unwittingly caught between the death of a mining worker and a well-known industrial giant. While Chance and Shaw find themselves on the run, Winston (Chi McBride) and Guerrero (Jackie Earle Haley) attempt to track down the nefarious industrialists to broker a long-term protection deal for Shaw. Read More...
Episode Title: "Corner Man"
Written By: Jonathan E. Steinberg & Robert Levine
Story: Christopher Chance (Mark Valley) enters a mixed martial arts tournament in order to save disgraced prize fighter Edie (Dash Mihok) from businessman Hugh Prentiss (Peter Wingfield), furious over Edie's refusal to take a dive. But Chance is unprepared for his desire to help Eva (Grace Park), Prentiss' disenchanted girlfriend, and his need to keep his close friends safe. Read More...
To be honest, it's a bit surprising that it's taken this long for "The Guild" creator and "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" actress Felicia Day to make her debut in the comics world. An eternally multitasking creator involved with an endless array of geek-friendly projects, Day somehow found time to write a three-issue comic based on her award-winning online series.
In my interview with Day last week, she described "The Guild" as an origin story of sorts for her character in the Web series, Cyd Sherman, a gamer who juggles drama in both her online and offline worlds while trying to level up in the biggest quest of all: life.
Published by Dark Horse Comics, "The Guild" features a story by Day and art by "Street Angel" creator Jim Rugg. The first issue hit shelves today. Read More...