Thanks to the Doctor Who Companion, we have details of the Black Archive range from Obverse Books stretching into 2020. Full details here: 2019/2020 SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED FOR OBVERSE BOOKS’ THE BLACK ARCHIVE. I’d just like to highlight a couple of these…
I reviewed Steve Cole’s Thirteenth Doctor novel Combat Magicks for Starburst. It’s the longest of the three recent releases, and the most ambitious in terms of plot. My review is: DOCTOR WHO: COMBAT MAGICKS. +++ Message Ends +++
Obverse Books has released their tenth collection of Iris Wildthyme stories, Wild Thymes on the 22. Edited by Stewart Sheargold (Big Finish Productions), Wild Thymes on the 22 features new fiction by Steve Cole, Richard Wright, Matthew Bright, Cody Schell, Neil Chester and many others, with a special wrap-round cover by noted comics artist Paul Hanley.
I reviewed Una McCormack’s Thirteenth Doctor novel Molten Heart for Starburst: DOCTOR WHO: MOLTEN HEART. It’s got an imaginative setting, though as a book it’s not as long as it might be, +++ Message Ends +++
I had the chance to review the latest set of BBC Doctor Who books, marking the arrival of the Thirteenth Doctor. First up is Juno Dawson’s The Good Doctor. The cover gives some clues, but not so as to spoil the reading.
Thanks to The Scottish Sun, there’s a chance to read an interview with David Solomons, who wrote the Thirteenth Doctor book The Secret in Vault 13. The piece is worth a read: Scottish screenwriter couldn’t turn down chance to write Doctor Who book after penning feature film. ~~~ Message Ends ~~~
I’m not a huge fan of Doctor Who comics, but Titan Comics deserve some congratulations for their first foray into the world of the Thirteenth Doctor. They’ve commissioned thirteen variant covers, including one with a thirteenth Doctor Puppet! The details of this release are here: Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1. ### Message Ends ###