TV YEARS Issue One Cover - SNIP

New “TV Years” magazine celebrates the 1980s with look back at Doctor Who, Spitting Image and more

TV YEARS, a brand-new magazine about old telly is on sale now in all good newsagents – and includes articles by a host of great writers, including Doctor Who Magazine contributors Graham Kibble-White and Andrew Pixley. Published by Bauer Media, the first issue is a fun read, all about the nostalgia decade du-jour, The Eighties.Continue reading New “TV Years” magazine celebrates the 1980s with look back at Doctor Who, Spitting Image and more

A panel from *Sub Zero, featuring the Third Doctor and the Daleks, originally presented in 1972 in Countdown comic

Groovy, Baby! Doctor Who Magazine Goes Retro with free Dalek-infested classic comic giveaway

Doctor Who Magazine Issue 508, out now from all good UK newsagents, has a grab bag of treats on offer for fans of 1970s Doctor Who – and great comics. Not only does it include a terrific free gift – a re-presentation supplement of “*Sub Zero“, a cracking Dalek story first published in Countdown and TV Action backContinue reading Groovy, Baby! Doctor Who Magazine Goes Retro with free Dalek-infested classic comic giveaway

Wonder Woman - Rebirth #1

Something For the Weekend: Sherlock Shenanigians and Wonder Woman Reborn (New Comics w/c 6/6/16)

DC Comics “Rebirth” project continues this week, with two of the creators I had the pleasure of working with back in my Marvel UK days working on separate books. Aquaman #1 is written by Dan Abnett (with art by Oscar Jimenez, cover artists Brad Walker and Andrew Hennessy, while Liam Sharp is busy not only with theContinue reading Something For the Weekend: Sherlock Shenanigians and Wonder Woman Reborn (New Comics w/c 6/6/16)

Historian and author Dominic Sandbrook head to the very frontiers of space and science to offer audiences the definitive television history of science fiction. Image: BBC

BBC heads to the frontiers of space and time with new Science Fiction programming

  The BBC has announced a number of science fiction-related programmes, including a new four-part series on BBC Two in which Dominic Sandbrook explores how science fiction has offered a revealing window into our dreams and our nightmares that will feature input from the likes of comics writer and author Neil Gaiman, Time Traveller’s Wife andContinue reading BBC heads to the frontiers of space and time with new Science Fiction programming