Archive for March, 2017

Roswell Goes Comic – Interview With Velm

By • Mar 20th, 2017 • Category: Lead Story

Just nine minutes after we shared our article Roswell Looks Amazing in Velm’s Comic Style, William Sadler reacted to the tweet which featured Velm’s digital painting of the cast in front of the Crashdown Café – but transformed to their comic-selfs. His comment about Velm’s creative interpretation: “Very cool.” In addition, the authors of the […]

Netflix Confirms Not An April Fool’s Joke

By • Mar 19th, 2017 • Category: Lead Story, Roswell

Netflix says farewell to Sci-Fi. If you just started your Roswell rewatch you need to hurry and finish all three seasons this March, because Roswell will definitely leave Netflix! We learned on March 6th, that our favorite show is set to expire on April 1st along with The WB shows Buffy The Vampire Slayer and […]

Roswell Looks Amazing in Velm’s Comic Style

By • Mar 7th, 2017 • Category: Lead Story

Digital artist Velm had an amazing New Year’s resolution for 2017: create digital paintings. “I am gonna reproduce scenes from movies and TV series that I love“, the Canada-based artist wrote on her official Facebook page on January 11th. To our luck, Velm is a dedicated fan of the TV show Roswell. “I am going […]

April Fools Joke? – Will Roswell Leave Netflix?

By • Mar 6th, 2017 • Category: Roswell

Roswell is scheduled to leave Netflix US on April 1st, 2017. The X-Files, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Firefly are all set to expire, as well. Change your plans and start your Roswell rewatch now or grab out your DVD box set. We hope that it’s just an April fools joke, but please note that […]

Mission C.I.N.D.Y. For B+T

By • Mar 1st, 2017 • Category: BandT, Lead Story

“Candies Implore Netflix (to) Descry (their) Yearnings” for B+T We have heard of the movie, “Mission Impossible,” how every type of mission was carried out with acute precision by the person who was assigned to carry it out. They always used clever tactics to successfully complete the mission. Some missions were somewhat easy; not as […]