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It's Brian Terranova and John Barrowman at Wizard World Con!

John Barrowman at Brian A Terranova-fest

Is that the Tenth Doctor that we can see with John Barrowman? Oh wait, no it’s not.

It's Brian Terranova and John Barrowman at Wizard World Con!

It is, however, the Associate Editor of Kasterborous.com Brian A Terranova. Also an artist, musician and amateur actor (think Madame De Pompadour but not a woman and, we presume, a lot less David Tennant snogging [that’s genius! – Ed]), Brian was at  the recent Wizard World Con where he stopped by John Barrowman’s table to take a few pictures as well as have a giggle or two with a fellow actor. Whatever Terranova’s saying, it seems to be causing Barrowman to grin from ear to ear.

Now while Brian may be on the other side of the panel for now, it could well be that in the future you see a lot more of him, especially since he has a new film coming out, an amateur Doctor Who production called Don’t Blink, which is released this summer.

The poster that has been designed for the production looks suitably epic and rich, Brian looks very ‘at home’ as the Tenth Doctor and the Weeping Angel that has been designed for the poster actually looks, dare we say it, a little creepier than some of the Angles that have appeared in BBC’s Doctor Who.

You can also visit his Facebook page where you can not only view the art but also have a look a the brand new trailer for the film, with a double dose of Brian A Terranova don’t say we never do anything for you!

Not able to get to Wizard World last week? Don’t worry, you can see Brian and others in this video of their panel.

We’ll be bringing the films to you later today…


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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