If you’re into fanzines, you could do a lot worse than take a look at Vworp Vworp! They’ve just announced the third issue, available to order now (£9.99 + shipping for a massive 208 pages). It’s packed with great features and even comes with a free CD.
If comics are your thing, you should be aware of the next Titan Comics Doctor Who Comic Day. This year it is Saturday July 9 and there are lots of events, details here: DOCTOR WHO COMICS DAY. Top is Cavan Scott and George Mann signing the new Supremacy of the Cybermen at Forbidden Planet, London. Enjoy! /// Message…
Thanks to the Radio Times I can now waste even more time on my iPad. The reason? A free (with lots of in app purchases) Doctor Who Comic Creator app! Full details are here: This new app lets you create your own Doctor Who comics. Can’t post a full review as I’m busy finishing something off. Where’s the number…
I took a look at the re-issue of the Titan Comics 50th anniversary collection Prisoners of Time on Starbust. I hadn’t read them at the time and the 300 page story isn’t bad though I have had my fill of multi-Doctor extravaganzas. The review is: DOCTOR WHO PRISONERS OF TIME OMNIBUS. [:- Message Ends -:]
I reviewed the third of Paul Cornell’s Titan Comics summer special over on Starburst. This is much better than the first instalment, and recommended for all comic fans. The review is: DOCTOR WHO: FOUR DOCTORS #3. [-] Message Ends [-]
I had a look at the first of the Titan Comics Four Doctors event series for summer 2015. Written by Paul Cornell I really liked the first half (the War Doctor sequence on Marinus) but felt the multi-Doctor second half was not as strong. The review is: FOUR DOCTORS #1. ||- Message Ends -||
So, August 15th was Doctor Who Comic Day 2015. I have to admit this almost escaped my attention though I’m glad I spotted it. There is a dedicated website: Doctor Who Comics Day that sets out events including a set of twitter questions for the always interesting Paul Cornell.