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The Rhode Island Science Fiction Club
Thursday night, December 2, 2010 at the Providence Community Library will be presenting "R2-D20: A Night of Sci-Fi Fandom and Fantasy Gaming Geekery" with authors Ethan Gilsdorf - "Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks" and Tony Pacitti - "My Best Friend Is A Wookiee", local artist Michael Townsend (tape art, the guy who built and inhabited that Providence Place Mall "studio apartment" in 2007) and Brian Ross of the Woonsocket, RI based "evil wizard rock" band Draco and the Malfoys! The Rochambeau Library is located at 708 Hope St near the corner of Hope and Rochambeau. Draco and the Malfoys are also performing for FREE!!!
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Hasbro Toy Company, based in Pawtucket, R.I., recently launched 'The Hub', a new cable tv network of children's programming. Since many of the shows are based on Hasbro products, it's essentially a very long toy commercial. But fans of G.I. Joe and Transformers, take heart, because there are new shows based on those 80's toys.
G.I. Joe Renegades & Transformers Prime premiered Thanksgiving weekend, and introduced us to new characters and storylines, while offering a new spin on the old ones. Joe is presented in standard 2D cartoon format, while Transformers is all CG.
You can check out these shows on their website:http://www.hubworld.com/
Galron Manufacturing specializes in fully customizable SF products. You can purchase personalized ID's from Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Fringe, Stargate, FarScape, and more. They also have a wide variety of patches and pins from your favorite SF shows. Here's the link: www.galronmfg.com
If you're a fan of comics from the 'Golden Age' (1930's-1950's), then this is the site for you!
The Digital Comics Museum features public domain comics that you can download and enjoy for free. Here's the link: http://www.digitalcomicmuseum.com/
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