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Tube Bits for 05/23/2008

  • The anime-styled Batman: Gotham Knight now has it’s own website. Think The Animatrix set in Gotham City and you’ll have a good idea about this new collection. It looks rather cool. Here’s the trailer:
  • What are the most recorded shows on TV? Well, something called Grey’s Anatomy and American Idol. The only genre shows to make the list: LOST and Heroes.
  • This Vanilla Life on ‘why I heart LOST. I’d have to say agree with these reasons and you definitely won’t find a more rabid or obsessive fan base for any other show.
  • For those of you who have jumped off the Heroes bandwagon, will trading cards bring you back? I didn’t think so.
  • You figured it was going to happen, and now it will. Galactica will air 3 more episodes before taking a looooong mid-season break. When will the remaining 10 air? Who knows. Late this year or sometime next. Smooth move there Sci Fi.
  • Blend Television reviews the A&E version of The Andromeda Strain.
  • For all the Hellboy fans out there, here is the new TV spot:

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3 Comments on Tube Bits for 05/23/2008

  1. Full Disclosure: I’m working on the online marketing for Gotham Knight, and our company made the website.

    Thanks for giving us the plug! I’ve seen the full DVD, and I think it’ll make a good addition to any Bat-fan’s collection. Hell, just having Kevin Conroy back was enough for me.

  2. Just FYI, I changed the auto-playing video to one from YouTube. That was too loud for every visit to SFSignal! 🙂

  3. Lost fans the most obsessive?! Not in my experience. As someone who watches virtually no television, I find Doctor Who fangirls the most rabid, by far. After that, Firefly fans are easily the most obsessive. Lost fans aren’t even a blip on the radar, from my vantage point. (Are there still any rabid Lost fans?! I had no idea.)

    (I’ve never actually seen an episode of Lost, Heroes, or the current Doctor Who, so I have no personal biases to push here.)

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