Scottish Police are appealing for help to find missing award-winning comic, TV, radio and film writer Gordon McLean, who has been missing for over a week, after going to a party
Month: December 2019
Streaming service BritBox has announced its most streamed content over the Christmas period. Tracking subscriber habits from Christmas Eve through to Boxing Day, it quickly became apparent that the most streamed series was Doctor Who Classic
Just before Christmas, in the spirit of the season, Wayne Alan Harold, who’s busy publishing Fine Art Editions of the work of comic artist and illustrator P. Craig Russell, offered his fans the opportunity to read his Complete Comic Book Adaptation of O. Henry’s “The Gift of the Magi”
The London Film Fair is kicking off 2020 in style. Their first event of the year is happening Sunday 2nd February at the Royal National Hotel
Mention that John Wyndham’s classic science fiction eco-thriller The Day of the Triffids passes out of copyright next year (in the United States and Canada, at first), led to discovery of the recently-published Hidden Wyndham: Life, Love, Letters by journalism lecturer and writer Amy Binns
Out and about for the Christmas sales? Don’t forget to pick up your copies of the latest issues of Commando from your local newsagent, or grab them digitally. Issues 5291-5294 are on sale now from DC Thomson Media!
Are you missing parts for board games or other toys this Christmas? Well, good news – it’s actually easier than ever to get replacements for some of them.
Merry Christmas, downthetubers! Here’s the cover for Galaxy Magazine, cover dated January 1956, featuring a four-armed Santa Claus – the work of Ed Emshwiller, an American visual artist notable for his science fiction illustrations and his pioneering experimental films. He… Read More ›