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DVD Review: ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk, Parts One and Two’

At the Dragon Training Academy (CW from top: Ruffnut and Tuffnut on Barf and Belch, Snotlout with Hookfang, Astrid with Stormfly, and Fishlegs with Meatlug)

This should keep dragon fans happy until the release of the sequel, How to Train Your Dragon 2, which is planned for a June 2014 release. Read More »

DVD Review: `Combat! The Complete Fifth Season’


The fifth season of `Combat!' is high-quality television, and it's well preserved on a new DVD collection. Read More »

Panels Featuring Classic and Not-so-classic Characters at San Diego Comic-Con


From great to worst, all in one day. Read More »

Annoying Orange, DC Digital, and John Barrowman Panels on Day One at San Diego Comic-Con

Photo by Gage Skidmore

And all I could do was smile and know that this is why I keep coming back - to capture 60 minutes of magic. Read More »

The Regular Show / Adventure Time Panel Extravaganza at San Diego Comic-Con


Regular Show and Adventure Time promote upcoming games during their panels. Read More »

Comic-Con 2013: The ‘Once Upon a Time’ Cast and Producers Tease Season Three

Robert Carlyle at Comic-Con 2013.

The cast and creators of Once Upon a Time met with entertainment journalists to talk about season three in the pressroom at Comic-Con 2013. Includes original video footage of the event. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Doctor Who Series Seven, Part Two’


The final eight episodes of BBC's Doctor Who Series Seven, airing months after the beginning of the run, feel quite a bit different than the first five. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Orphan Black Season One’


Orphan Black is a fantastic tale, tightly written, without procedural or weekly stories to bog it down, but the biggest draw by far is Maslany's performance. Read More »

Star-Crossed Pilot Debuts at San Diego Comic-Con


The pilot is well made for the young demo it's directed at and has great storytelling potential. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Doctor Who: The Snowmen’


This Doctor Who special ties together plot threads, both old and new, adding to the series' major arcs. Read More »