Doctor Who is 56 today, and Celestial Toyroom, the magazine of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society – and longest running Doctor Who magazine – has reached 500 issues.
Sneak Peek: Doctor Who “Clockwise War” includes re-mastered “The Cybermen” strip by Alan Barnes and Adrian Salmon
On sale soon, Doctor Who: The Clockwise War – the latest collection of strips from Doctor Who Magazine – not only presents the final Twelfth Doctor adventure, by Scott Gray and John Ross – but a remastered collection of “The Cybermen”… Read More ›
This series of articles by Jeremy Briggs covers the dummy comics that were created through the years as potential ‘modern’ versions of the original Eagle comic from the 1950s and 1960s, none of which ever made it to newsagents’ shelves…. Read More ›
We’re currently running a series of articles by Jeremy Briggs on attempts down the decades to either relaunch Eagle, or create a comic on similar lines. In that spirit, here’s a couple of pages from a lost Dan Dare project,… Read More ›
Earlier this week, we ran our review of the penultimate issue of Ron Turner’s Space Ace (Volume 11). Well, we have an exclusive look at a new vintage comics project from publisher John Lawrence, again featuring Ron Turner’s work –… Read More ›
Art and Stories by Ron TurnerColour by John RidgwayPublished by John Lawrence The Book: 44-page anthology (extra pages this issue) comprising three stories featuring “Space Ace” by Ron Turner, colourised and re-mastered by John Ridgway. The title includes the second… Read More ›
There’s a bitter sweet edge to the release of the new issue of Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos (Volume 10, issue 3), because it’s also been announced that this is the penultimate issue of the magazine devoted to all things relating to… Read More ›