I’ve been in a nostalgic Doctor Who mood recently so I spent last weekend rewatching the two movie adaptions of the long-running BBC science fiction series: Dr. Who and the Daleks, from 1965, and Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D, from 1966. As a result I’m in the mood to highlight some of the movie posters used to promote the film. Continue reading Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965) and Dalek’s Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. (1966) movie posters
Fry, the hapless star of animated TV show Futurama has received the Mega Blok’s construct treatment. Continue reading Fry from Futurama, by Mega Construx
I saw this little charmer for sale a couple of weeks ago and just had to snap it up: it’s Pickle Rick from Funko Pop!’s Rick and Morty collection. Pickle Riiick! Continue reading Funko Pop! Pickle Rick!
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of 2000AD, the weekly British science fiction anthology comic. For the last four decades 2000AD has been a mainstay of the British science fiction scene, and is responsible for introducing hundreds of characters to British comic book readers — including Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, ABC Warriors, Rogue Trooper — as well as launching the careers of some of the comic book industry’s biggest creative talents. To help celebrate this landmark anniversary, Taint the Meat will spend the next few weeks showcasing ‘The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic’, beginning with a closer look at this classic issue, Prog #204. Continue reading 2000AD comic, Prog #204 (21st March 1981)
Published by Abrams ComicArts in 2012 Mars Attacks celebrates the 50th anniversary of quite possibly the most famous — or infamous — bubblegum trading card collection ever published.
Continue reading Mars Attacks: 50th Anniversary Collection
This will come as little surprise to diehard sci-fi fans but yesterday, 8th September, was the 50th anniversary of the broadcast of the first episode of Star Trek. To help celebrate the US Postal Service has released four commemorative stamps saluting the beloved TV show.
Continue reading Star Trek stamps (2016)
Published by Marvel Comics in 1975 Man-Gods from Beyond the Stars was a one-off special published to cash-in on the popularity of the theories championed by Erich Von Däniken.
Continue reading Man-Gods From Beyond The Stars (1975)