Some more fantastic mini documentaries on post war British SF from Philip Harbottle
Norman Boyd revels in some Ron Turner goodness from Book Palace
Andrew Darlington tales a look at a smashing new collection of Ron Turner strips
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
Secrets of post World War Two British SF uncovered in new episodes of “1950s British Science Fiction” videocasts
Secrets of Post World War Two British SF revealed by author Philip Harbottle
It’s here at last!
Book Palace has pushed back some of its upcoming releases, but we’re in for some treats!
Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the legendary underground comix horror title, San Francisco-based publisher Last Gasp have announced they will be releasing Slow Death Zero
If you’ve been enjoying the adventures of the Golden Amazon, drawn by Ron Turner, in Spaceship Away, then you may be interested to know that a number of novels starring the warrior space heroine written by John Russell Fearn are… Read More ›
The latest issue of Spaceship Away, Part 49, brings the Eagle-inspired comic zine closer to an impressive half century of issues, with a dramatic image of the “Dan Dare” villain, Xel, on its cover by Keith Watson