Hey Poppers

I love Cosplay. I don’t dress up in anything but I have a respect for all the people that spend the time and money to create some amazing pieces. Someday I may get around to making something to wear but until then I love to show you out there in the internet somebeautiful people and their work.

Source: Cosplay Facebook Page


San Diego Comic-Con Cosplay

Hey Poppers

Here is another great video from Sneaky Zebra. This video is part of YouTube’s Geek Week. With so many amazing Cosplay at the show Sneaky Zebra decide to put of another video.

The song “I just want to be a Superhero” is from Tom McMorris

You can catch more of Sneaky Zebra video at there YouTube channel.

Sony Users can record Gameplay for Free

Sony keep making buying there system the overall better choice


PS4What could be said as another win for Sony was revealed yesterday August 7 when the President of Sony Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, announced that a paid PSN account will not be required to use the systems gameplay recording features. The confirmation was publicized over Twitter  after Microsoft divulged that the Xbox One will in fact require an active online account for the same service.

As established in the past, the PS4 will continually record video game no more than 15 minutes into the past for a player to capture, edit, and share all on the system itself. This prompts another hit against the Xbox One as it will only be capable of recording up to 5 minutes into the past without prompt. Although this will most likely not be a defining feature for most consumers to place their purchases upon, it is undoubtedly a huge advantage in terms of press…

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Movie Mondays: Trash Encounter

Hello Poppers and welcome back to Movie Mondays.

This Monday I have a short film from Nicholas Mastrangelo a 14 year who hopes to become animation filmmaker.

“I made this short film as a class project. It’s about an abandoned dog attacked by wild hounds, and is rescued by a Space Alien whose been hiding out in a junkyard. – – I’m screening this film on July 21st, 2013 at San Diego Comic Con 2013, as part of The San Diego International Children’s Film Festival ! If you happen to be there this year, please be sure to stop by our Festival booth and say hello. I’ll also be part of a Q & A panel along with other filmmakers right after our films have been screened. Hope you can make it! Thanks for your support.”

Nicholas Mastrangelo from his YouTube Post.

Nick has done some impressive work and it is worth a look.

Well done, Nick.

Source: YouTube

Peter Capaldi Is The New Doctor Who

MV5BMjA0NTE0NDQ3OV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMjkwMjkxOA@@._V1._SX214_CR0,0,214,314_ Say hello to the new Doctor Who.

Today in a special telecast announcement on the BBC, Pete Capaldi was introduced as the 12th Doctor. Capaldi is best known for his role as foul-mouthed spin-doctor Malcolm Tucker in the BBC series The Thick of It. Brought up in Glasgow, Scotland the 55 year old revealed that he was happy that he final could tell everyone that he was the new Doctor.

“It’s so wonderful not to keep this secret any longer, but it’s been so fantastic,” Capaldi said after the news was revealed on a live BBC One show. The hardest part was keeping the secret from his daughter who was keeping a eye on the internet trying to find out who the next Doctor would be.

So is this the right choice or would you have picked someone else.

I personally will be waiting until the first regular season of Doctor Who starring Peter Capaldi to decide. But honestly it will still the Doctor.

New Doctor Who To Be Revealed Sunday, August 4

News from the BBC is that this Sunday, August 4th that a new Doctor will be revealed. Since the news that Matt Smith will not be returning to portray Doctor Who there has been numerous names rumored to portray the 12th Doctor. Actors that have been mentioned, Rory Kinnear, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Ben Daniels, Rupert Grint, Zawe Ashton, Daniel Kaluuya are just some of the names rumored. Anyone who that takes over the role will have some big shows to fill. Since becoming the 11th Doctor, Matt Smith has helped to introduce the Doctor to new audiences and the help the BBC cornerstone capture more fans.

In a press release from the BBC:

Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor

In a special one-off live television evendoctor_who_newst on BBC One this Sunday 4th August at 7pm, the next Doctor will be exclusively revealed to the nation.

Widely regarded as one of the most hotly contested roles in British television, the show’s host Zoe Ball will unveil the 12th Doctor in the first ever interview in front of a live studio audience set against the backdrop of a swirling vortex, amongst Daleks and the TARDIS.

The half hour show will include live special guests, Doctors old and new, as well as companions and celebrity fans.

Excitement will reach fever pitch as they speculate and recall their favourites, plus feature clips and moments from across the show’s 50 year history.

Current Doctor Matt Smith and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat will both give interviews about one of the biggest roles in TV and set out just what it takes to be the Doctor.

Steven Moffat says: “The decision is made and the time has come to reveal who’s taking over the TARDIS. For the last of the Time Lords, the clock is striking twelve.”

Charlotte Moore, Controller BBC One says: “BBC One is the home of big live events and this special live show is the perfect way to reveal the identity of the next Doctor and share it with the nation. The Doctor is a truly iconic role and I’m more than excited about the booking.”

Ben Stephenson, Controller, BBC Drama Commissioning says: “We can’t wait to unveil the next Doctor with everyone live on BBC1 on Sunday night.  Amongst all the speculation and betting, there has been lots of fun and intrigue at work as we’ve been using the codename Houdini as a decoy! It’s the biggest secret in showbiz, even those working with the new Doctor on other projects at the moment have no idea they are in the presence of the 12th incarnation.”

Keep up to date with all the latest news about the show and special guests as we build to the big climax over the next few days and follow, @ BBCOne and @bbcdoctorwho and

The special live show is made by BBC Entertainment and Events for BBC One, Guy Freeman is Executive producer and Pinki Chambers is Executive Commissioning Editor. Commissioned by Charlotte Moore, Controller BBC One.

The show will be simulcast live on BBC America.  Doctor Who is produced by BBC Cymru Wales.

Good luck to the next Doctor.

Source: BBC