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COMET February TV Guide + Giveaway

Mystery Science Theater 3000

Comet, the newest and obviously coolest Sci-Fi TV network, is heading to the skies this month; battling the cosmos with Flash Gordon, before teaming up with Attack from Planet B to play a game of Rollerball with LL Cool J and give away yet more science fiction themed swag.

Competition ends Thursday 9th February 2017

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COMET November TV Guide + Giveaway

Comet TV November Giveaway

Available on television digi-networks and online, Comet is a free network dedicated to science fiction and horror programming; sci-fi adventures and shocking horror tales sure to send a shiver down your spine!

Attack from Planet B have teamed up with Comet to give away science fiction themed swag to one randomly chosen person. Free stuff? Yes please!

Deadline: Tuesday 22nd November 2016

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Space: An Ever Popular Frontier

No Man's Sky (2016)

It is undeniable that media set in space is incredibly popular. Whether it is the latest Star Wars movie or the newest Call of Duty video game, space is in the forefront and in high demand. Sci-fi and space in general have a long history of TV shows, films and video games and while they have some similarities they are many radically different takes on the dark emptiness.

“Your universe awaits.”

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Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1955, USA)

Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1955)

Masked hero dressed to the nines with gizmos galore? Check.

Doughy character actors scurrying about in silly costumes? Check.

Twelve half-hour episodes of the aforementioned cheesiness, and more? Check.

“So, Commando Cody, Sky Marshal of the Universe. As one scientist to another, I must congratulate you. You have conquered space! A great achievement…for an Earthman.”

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Japanese Animation: A Worldwide Culture

Devilman: The Birth (1987)Japanese anime has become a global worldwide culture for many reasons. Becoming popular in Japan after the second world war, anime provided an alternative format for storytelling. The common misconception in the west is that animation is primarily aimed towards the children, but this is not the case in Japan.

“For most Japanese consumers of anime, their culture is no longer a purely Japanese one (and indeed it probably hasn’t been for over a century and a half). At least in terms of entertainment, they are as equally interested by Western cultural influences as they are by specifically Japanese ones.”

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