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  • Considering what a cult movie Jim Henson’s <em>The Labyrinth</em> is, it seems amazing that it’s taken over 20 years for <em>Labyrinth</em> collectibles to become available.

    Labyrinth Hanging Goblin by Plan B Toys

    Considering what a cult movie Jim Henson’s The Labyrinth is, it seems amazing that it’s taken over 20 years for Labyrinth collectibles to become available.

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  • Tweet Hello! A somewhat quieter week than usual at the IGP offices. We took a break from geekdom to go camping where I buried myself in Neil Gaiman’s new book. Bliss! Haven’t been up to too much else, aside from breaking in our copy of Fortune and Glory, complete with […]

    Inter-Galaxy portal News RoundUp 5th July 2013

    Tweet Hello! A somewhat quieter week than usual at the IGP offices. We took a break from geekdom to go camping where I buried myself in Neil Gaiman’s new book. Bliss! Haven’t been up to too much else, aside from breaking in our copy of Fortune and Glory, complete with […]

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  • In celebration of Buffy the Vampire Slayer finally getting an Emmy nomination for Best Moment in a TV Drama we thought we’d give our run down of the best Buffy moments, which started out at just ten, but grew to about 18, because we love Buffy.

    Best Buffy Moments

    In celebration of Buffy the Vampire Slayer finally getting an Emmy nomination for Best Moment in a TV Drama we thought we’d give our run down of the best Buffy moments, which started out at just ten, but grew to about 18, because we love Buffy.

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  • How has your week been? Aside from a trip to the EMP Museum last week, it's been relatively quiet for us. We did sit down and watch Warm Bodies the other night.

    Inter-Galaxy Portal News RoundUp 28th June 2013

    How has your week been? Aside from a trip to the EMP Museum last week, it's been relatively quiet for us. We did sit down and watch Warm Bodies the other night.

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  • This is the third installment in our series of Top 100 Books in Science Fiction & Fantasy. Here we take a look at some of our favourite books in the dystopic, post-apocalyptic sub-genre.

    Top Dystopic Novels in Science Fiction

    This is the third installment in our series of Top 100 Books in Science Fiction & Fantasy. Here we take a look at some of our favourite books in the dystopic, post-apocalyptic sub-genre.

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  • Tweet Hello! How’s your week going? It’s been somewhat busy here at IGP. Last week I got to interview the owners of my favourite geek store, Otherworlds. You can check out that interview next week. We also went to see Man of Steel. Honestly, I wanted to like it, but […]

    Inter-Galaxy Portal News RoundUp 21st June 2013

    Tweet Hello! How’s your week going? It’s been somewhat busy here at IGP. Last week I got to interview the owners of my favourite geek store, Otherworlds. You can check out that interview next week. We also went to see Man of Steel. Honestly, I wanted to like it, but […]

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  • Tweet Warning: Article may contain trace amounts of spoilers!! Mad Max The dystopic futures of this world show an impoverished, post-apocalyptic Australia with oil shortages and a general breakdown in society, leading Max to of course take matters into his own hands. The Mad Max style has inspired many later […]

    15 Dystopic Futures We Hope Won’t Happen (In No Particular Order)

    Tweet Warning: Article may contain trace amounts of spoilers!! Mad Max The dystopic futures of this world show an impoverished, post-apocalyptic Australia with oil shortages and a general breakdown in society, leading Max to of course take matters into his own hands. The Mad Max style has inspired many later […]

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  • Tweet I am feeling pretty good this week. Not only have I finished the first draft of my latest novel, but the TARDIS is completely done. Okay, I lie. Not completely. I still have to find a ridiculously small handle for the “pull to open” sign, but until I dig […]

    Inter-Galaxy Portal News RoundUP 14th June 2013

    Tweet I am feeling pretty good this week. Not only have I finished the first draft of my latest novel, but the TARDIS is completely done. Okay, I lie. Not completely. I still have to find a ridiculously small handle for the “pull to open” sign, but until I dig […]

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  • I've been in a fit of determination to get the TARDIS/vocal booth finished. So far, so good. We have half the windows done, and the top sign is up, so it really does look like a TARDIS now instead of just a big blue box.

    Inter-Galaxy Portal News RoundUp 7th June 2013

    I've been in a fit of determination to get the TARDIS/vocal booth finished. So far, so good. We have half the windows done, and the top sign is up, so it really does look like a TARDIS now instead of just a big blue box.

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  • What can I say? I had a blast watching this film. In my review of the first Iron Man movie, I really didn't want them to make another one. It was just about perfect as far as a blockbuster superhero movie goes. Then Iron Man 2 came out, and I felt vindicated. The film spent too much time trying to tie it in to The Avengers. Half the movie was like a Marvel advertisement for The Avengers. Thankfully, Iron Man 3 was definitely a Tony Stark movie through and through.

    Iron Man 3 Review

    What can I say? I had a blast watching this film. In my review of the first Iron Man movie, I really didn't want them to make another one. It was just about perfect as far as a blockbuster superhero movie goes. Then Iron Man 2 came out, and I felt vindicated. The film spent too much time trying to tie it in to The Avengers. Half the movie was like a Marvel advertisement for The Avengers. Thankfully, Iron Man 3 was definitely a Tony Stark movie through and through.

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