Do you remember this Holiday Special, which reprinted strips from the 1970s Gerry Anderson-focused title Countdown?
2001: A Space Odyssey
Some SF, horror and fantasy film treats, all with a direct or influential association with David Bowie, head to the BFI Southbank
Upcoming Ewbank’s auctions offer toy, art, music and poster delights, including Doctor Who, Star Wars and more
Three auctions in a row, plenty of terrific lots to check out!
London’s Design Museum is currently hosting Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition, which includes some comic-related visuals inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey. running until 17th September. But the space age entertainment doesn’t stop there, because hot on the heels of this major exhibition, you’ll get the chance to travel to Mars without leaving London – in a multi-sensory adventure for all ages
Issue 25 of the Gerry and Sylvia Anderson-inspired Andersonic zine has just been published, sporting a wonderful homage cover by Richard Farrell to the classic, sadly short-lived SF comic Countdown, which would morph into the longer-running Countdown and TV Action,… Read More ›
The Isle of Man post office is marking the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey in style with a set of eight stamps – which contain secret messages for fans of the classic science fiction film. The… Read More ›
Taschen have announced the impending re-release of The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ by science and technology writer Piers Bizony, designed by the M/M partnership. 2001 is one of those films that has has had a lasting impression on me… Read More ›
The BFI has revealed a selection of film highlights to look forward to in 2015 which include a number of films that will appeal to downthetubes readers, including a re-release of Ridley Scott‘s Blade Runner: The Final Cut and the… Read More ›
The ultimate showdown between science fiction heroes The Doctor and Ellen Ripley – both also comic heroes – has seen British TV’s favourite Time Lord from Doctor Who emerge victorious in a British Film Institute poll we mentioned recently. The BFI launched… Read More ›