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 ###
I’ve had a quick skim of Comic Scene Issue 1, and there’s plenty more to enjoy. It’s themed as Laydeez Do Comics and has Judge Anderson and Minnie the Minx alongside a piece on female companions in various Doctor Who comics over the years. Worth a look if you get the chance. ))) Message Ends (((
Andrew Cartmel’s impact on Doctor Who and the Seventh Doctor is much discussed, but if you’d like a bit more, you might want to get hold of Comic Scene Issue 0. It comes up on offer sometimes, and covers many things connected with the UK comic scene (Issue 0 has articles on Dan Dare, The Prisoner and Tank Girl to name…
It’s been twelve years since Mad Norwegian Press brought us volume 3 of Ahistory, Lance Parkin’s unauthorised timeline for Doctor Who, and 2018 sees a massive update for a three volume fourth edition! Across the three volumes are over one million words of analysis of the show, plenty enough to keep any fan occupied! September 2018…