RetroFan magazine covers #1 and #2

RetroFan magazine set to celebrate the Crazy Cool Culture You Grew Up With!

TwoMorrows Publishing debuts RetroFan #1, a new full-colour magazine celebrating the Crazy Cool Culture You Grew Up With next week. Do you remember when Saturday morning television was your domain, and yours alone? When tattoos came from bubble gum packs, Slurpees came in superhero cups, and TV heroes taught you to be nice to others?Continue reading RetroFan magazine set to celebrate the Crazy Cool Culture You Grew Up With!

Incredibuilds U.S.S. Enterprise

Incredibuilds new wooden Star Trek models to feature supplements by Dayton Ward

Some new wooden Star Trek DIY models from Incredibuilds are on their way to stores later this year – and look terrific. The IncrediBuilds collection, which also includes animals, famous buildings, Star Wars items and Marvel Superheroes, features do-it-yourself, customizable, freestanding models, made of Earth-friendly, FSC-certified wood. Intended for all ages of fan, all theirContinue reading Incredibuilds new wooden Star Trek models to feature supplements by Dayton Ward

Jermome Bixby's The Man from Earth

WebFind: The Man from Earth (and its sequel)

So on a ramble through Amazon, I came across and watched the restored version of the intriguing 2007 film, The Man from Earth. Simply put, it’s a film that centres on “College professors discussing many topics with a colleague who claims to be thousands of years old” – but that plot description really doesn’t do itContinue reading WebFind: The Man from Earth (and its sequel)

Star Trek art by Graeme Neil Reid

Set phasers to stun! You could win a Star Trek Discovery original painting

Star Trek has returned to the small screen with the highly different (for Trek, anyway) series – Star Trek Discovery. Set before the original 1960s show, this series, screening on Netflix in the UK, has an awful lot going on but still features some familiar races at odds with each other. You could win oneContinue reading Set phasers to stun! You could win a Star Trek Discovery original painting

Skizz - First Encounter by Jim Baikie

Jim Baikie: A Stripography (and some Musical Notes)

Here’s a guide to comics artist Jim Baikie’s comics career, including his lesser known British girls’ comic work, revealing his huge contribution to many titles. Jim died in December 2017; you can read our obituary here and an Appreciation by Alan Moore here Most of the credits below were compiled by David Roach for Jim during hisContinue reading Jim Baikie: A Stripography (and some Musical Notes)