Doctor Who: Panel to Panel: Dez Skinn

Doctor Who: Panel to Panel probes Doctor Who Magazine founder Dez Skinn

Since today is the 40th anniversary of Doctor Who Magazine, what better way for host Jeremy Bement to celebrate than cover the latest news from New York Comic Con on his hugely enjoyable Doctor Who Panel to Panel podcast – and have a great conversation with the creator of the long-running title, Dez Skinn! DezContinue reading Doctor Who: Panel to Panel probes Doctor Who Magazine founder Dez Skinn

Doctor Who Magazine, Office, circa 1990

Happy Birthday, Doctor Who Magazine! I’m honoured to have played a part…

Today is the cover date for the first issue for Doctor Who Weekly, launched by Marvel UK in October 1979 – and I’m very proud to have played a small part in the continuing adventures amazing publication known today as Doctor Who Magazine. For those who don’t know, I edited the title between 1988 andContinue reading Happy Birthday, Doctor Who Magazine! I’m honoured to have played a part…

Brian Bolland’s 1970’s take on Doctor Who revealed in next Vworp! Vworp!

The story behind some terrific Doctor Who strip samples created by Brian Bolland, drawn in the 1970s, will be revealed in the next issue of independent Who comics zine, Vworp! Vworp!Continue reading Brian Bolland’s 1970’s take on Doctor Who revealed in next Vworp! Vworp!

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“Van Helsing’s Terror Tales” softback edition available now

Author, comics and magazine publisher Dez Skinn has released a new softback edition of his  “Van Helsing’s Terror Tales“, featuring strips first published in House of Hammer back in the 1970s. Dez released a limietd edition hardback edition back in 2018, which sold out almost immediately, so has now produced this new edition. The HouseContinue reading “Van Helsing’s Terror Tales” softback edition available now

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A snapshot of British Comics Fandom in 1970: Fantasy Advertiser #32

David Hathaway-Price continues his brilliant UK Classic Comic Zines project to digitise British comic fanzines across several decades, from their early beginnings in the 1960s and 70s as hand printed low print run titles to more sophisticated, slick looking publications in the 1980s and beyond – adding a ground-breaking Issue of Fantasy Advertiser his invaluable web site.Continue reading A snapshot of British Comics Fandom in 1970: Fantasy Advertiser #32