Space hero Nick Hazard storms the cover of the latest edition of this glossy Dan Dare-inspired SF comic magazine
Philip Harbottle’s comic adaptation of John Russell Fearn’s novel “Across the Ages” published for the first time
60 years after it was first drawn, an adaptation of a classic SF novel is finally in print
Do you know of any other “Garth” merchandise? This jigsaw may be unique…
The sad tale of Boardman Science Fiction, a victim of its own publisher revealed, in latest “1950s British Science Fiction” videocast
Back in the 1950s, the Boardman Science Fiction series attempted to introduce quality science fiction into Britain in both hardcover and paperback. Why did it fail? That’s the question posed – and answered – by author and SF expert Philip… Read More ›
Murky Depths: Latest 1950s British Science Fiction videocast reveals the real history of “Creature from the Black Lagoon” in print
Think you know everything there is to know about Creature from the Black Lagoon? Think again!
Another fascinating trip into the 1950s courtesy of the Philip Harbottle
Another splendid foray into vintage SF from Philip Harbottle
Some more fantastic mini documentaries on post war British SF from Philip Harbottle
Latest 1950s British Science Fiction videocast offers rare interview with SF author E.C. Tubb, and a look at the “British Tarzans”
Philip Harbottle offers some great new videocasts, revealing some 1950s law suits along the way!
Latest episodes of “1950s British Science Fiction” explore the art of Ron Turner and some publishing mysteries
More wonderful explorations of SF publishing after World War Two