Here we go 250 days later since the first one! Thanks to everyone who has enjoyed this.
We’re back with some devastating news about Batman fan films courtesy of Youtube Roulette. We take a detour by way of a Sonic Fan Film located here
which gives you a 15 minute drinking game of destiny, after this brush with madness we end up with some proper quality nonsense with David Icke – no links given, hit any clip of him at youtube at random, he will deliver the crazy.
We watch the fantastic Journey To The Seventh Planet – also available here -
and learn of the correct way to pronounce Yooranus and the joys of airlocks in this splendid Danish filmed masterpiece.
Andy pulls from his extensive collection of comics, a recent “gem” from their recent trip to the Edinburgh Comic Mart, he speaks not of the Extreme Justice comics he bought, instead he talks of The Night Man/Gambit Issue one. An ill-fated, ill-conceived Marvel/Malibu crossover.
After much procrastination we continue with our look at the Sixth incarnation (Colin Baker) of Doctor Who’s Television adventures with Revelation of the Daleks by Eric Saward, the last adventure before the so-called hiatus.
As promised yesterday here is the bonus video content. Witness Ralph’s return to the podcast in all it’s glory.
Gaze in wonder as one cardboard box triggers his descent into hell and madness.
It’s a new dawn in Stardub Central. The long-lost Ralph has returned from his odyssey into the wilderness, but is he a changed man? What stories does he have to share? None!
Why is that you ask. Simple – friend of the podcast and Stunt Ralph – Philip Ayres has managed to waylay Ralph with a parcel of gifts for him. Phil is a True Friend and Ralph’s reactions are priceless. No need to imagine them, for a video of them will follow soon after this.
Once we’ve gotten that out of the way, we turn our thoughts and taste buds to this year’s Transformers Easter Egg, which comes with a mug (much like this podcast) and how well it performs.
Following that we look at the seldom spoken Legend of Robin Hood produced by the BBC in the 1970′s. Now the BBC’s most recent Robin Hood wasn’t exactly good, will this unearthed gem surpass it?
Rounding out the episode is Andy’s thoughts on The Dark Judges from World Book Night 2013, a collection of material from 2000ad focusing on the Alien Superfiends from Judge Dredd.
It’s another episode of Stardub and another Stunt-Ralph joins Andy in the ongoing mission to throw themselves onto the hand grenades of pop culture. Once more we havethe Silent Member on board and guess what he isn’t silent!
That’s right Philip Ayres, friend of the podcast joins us to natter about Doctor Who and specifically Destiny of the Daleks. Inexplicably Philip thinks this is a good story, Andy (and the not dead and buried under Andy’s patio Ralph) do not.
Will there be tears, shouting, exchanging of parcels of really bad DVD’s and comics? Listen on and find out.
You will also get to find out some nefarious plans for the next Stardub…and perhaps the true fate of Ralph.
Post closing theme you will hear some spoilerrific speculation about who the Big Bad is from Doctor Who this year and just how long it has been planned from Phil.
It’s our third episode without Ralph, but fear not his ghost permeates the podcast. What? I totally didn’t kill him, how many times do I have to say this? He will return in our hour of need, like Optimus Prime but without the robot bits, but right now we have another Stunt-Ralph.
We welcome friend of the podcast JiiDee, who I managed to pry away from the Back To The Eighties team for a few hours to talk about stopmotion animation and in particular Portland Bill, as well as finding out what fresh hell he plans on visiting upon the absent Ralph.
Now gentle listener you must go to Abbey Home Media - http://www.abbeyhomemedia.com/contact and politely email as Jii requested to to ask them if they will release the last two episodes of Portland Bill on DVD or Blu -Ray.
Here is their email address - firstname.lastname@example.org
Or write a real actual letter on paper and send it to – Hello Abbey Home Media, 435-437 Edgware Road, London W2 1TH, UK
You will earn the undying gratitude of the Stardub team, which of course is what you all strive for.