I was born in 1980 and have lived from one end of the country to the other. Currently I reside in the frozen tundra of Wisconsin with my wife and 2 daughters. I can’t remember a point in time when I wasn’t watching Star Trek or the Star Wars trilogy but my life was changed forever when I was introduced to Doctor Who in 1985 and that remains my primary fandom. In 1993, the Fox X-Men cartoon introduced me to Marvel comics and having three of my letters printed in various Marvel mags left me a permanent Marvel Zombie as well as QNS (Quite ‘Nuff Sayer) as well as a TTB (Titanic True Believer). In later years I also became a big fan of Babylon 5 as well as Japanese animation. These days with my scarce free time I try to maintain my hobbies of swimming, reading any sci-fi or fantasy novels I can get, retro gaming, or researching the history and inspiration for any of my fandoms. I can be found semi-regularly on the podcasts “Shauncastic” and “The Revcast” and have made an occasional contribution to Earth Station Who and the Earth Station one podcast.

Review: Doctor Who The Fourth Doctor Adventures – The Renaissance Man

Blurb: To continue Leela’s education, the Doctor promises to take her to the famous Morovanian Museum. But the TARDIS lands instead in a quiet English village, where they meet the enigmatic collector Harcourt and his family. When people start to die, reality doesn’t appear quite what it was. There’s something

Review: Doctor Who The Fourth Doctor Adventures – Destination: Nerva

Blurb: After saying their goodbyes to Professor Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago, the Doctor and Leela respond to an alien distress call beamed direct from Victorian England. It is the beginning of a journey that will take them to the newly built Space Dock Nerva… where a long overdue homecoming is

Review: Doctor Who The Lost Stories – The Fourth Doctor Box Set

The Doctor Who Lost Stories line takes rejected script or story outlines from the past of Doctor Who and fleshes them out into a full audio drama. The Fourth Doctor Box Set is a bit of a special treat as it not only takes two stories from what is considered

Review: Doctor Who The Companion Chronicles – Quinnis

Blurb: Before Totter’s Yard, before Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright, before the Chameleon Circuit was broken… the Doctor and Susan traveled alone. The planet Quinnis in the Fourth Universe appears, at first glance, to be an agreeable, exotic refuge for the two travelers. But the world is experiencing a terrible

Review: Doctor Who The Companion Chronicles – The Beginning

Blurb: When the First Doctor and his grand-daughter Susan escape through the cloisters of Gallifrey to an old Type 40 Time Travel capsule, little do they realize the adventures that lie ahead… And little do they know, as the TARDIS dematerializes and they leave their home world behind, there is

Review: Doctor Who The Companion Chronicles – The Elixir of Doom

Blurb: Once, Jo Grant traveled in Space and Time with the Doctor. Now, she is traveling with trans-temporal adventuress Iris Wildthyme. Arriving in Los Angeles in the 1930s, Jo and Iris are caught up in the glamor of Hollywood. Monster movies are all the rage. But sometimes monsters are real…

DVD/Blu-Ray Movie Review: The Incredible Hulk (2008)

In today’s movie marketplace no one bats an eye anymore when franchises get rebooted every few years. Yet, back in 2008 this wasn’t incredibly commonplace. Marvel took a risk by taking the rights back to movies featuring the Hulk, so that they could reboot the franchise in-house. Universal retained distribution

DVD/Blu-Ray Movie Review: Hulk (2003)

The 2003 Hulk movie is a film that is often maligned by fandom. Its ratings on the internet are mediocre with most sources such as IMDB or Rotten Tomatoes giving it a score of 5 or 6 out of 10. Yet, with the Avengers series of films and the reboot

Review: Doctor Who The Companion Chronicles – Council of War

Blurb: At the Doctor’s request, Sergeant Benton is investigating ghosts and missing people in Kettering, while undercover as a local councilor And that’s how he comes to meet Margery Phipps. An alien incursion in the town hall leads them on a journey to a terrible future – where Margery discovers

Review: Doctor Who The Companion Chronicles – The Prisoner of Peladon

Blurb: The planet Peladon has joined the Galactic Federation, and has undergone a painful period of change. Still eager to embrace alien culture, King Peladon has welcomed refugee Ice Warriors to his world – innocent creatures that are fleeing the New Martian Republic. But, as an old friend returns to the

Review: Doctor Who The Companion Chronicles – Ghost in the Machine

Blurb: The TARDIS is empty. The Doctor has gone. Jo Grant steps outside into the darkness and finds the frozen body of her friend, and the ship’s log recorder. On it is attached a simple message – ‘Use Me’. As she explores this place, recording her every move, Jo discovers

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