Congratulations to K9 for reaching the ripe old age of 40! Congrats also to Doctor Who News for pointing it out: Forty Years of K9. 999 Message Ends 999
I’m in an artwork mood, so here (courtesy of Vworp, Vworp!) is a chance to grab a download of the Ty-phoo 1976 collectors’ cards, including the Fourth Doctor, Sarah Jane Smith, Daleks and Cybermen (of course) and more interestingly Krynoids and Alpha Centauri! There’s a few others as well; if you’re interested, it’s all here: TY PHOO PRESENTS:…
The Black Archives continues with its twelfth release, Kate Orman’s study of Pyramids of Mars. I’ve been fortunate enough to be provided with several review titles in this range, so stay tuned for reviews. In the meantime, why not explore the Obverse Books Black Archive collection so far? -+- Message Ends -+-
Something exciting from Penguin Books: 100 Illustrated Adventures. What makes this notable is it’s 100 episodes chosen across Doctor Who, from the First to the Twelfth Doctors, with each illustrated by either a fan or professional artist and also including facts about the episode.
I’ve reviewed the James Goss novel of Douglas Adam’s The Pirate Planet for Starburst. This is a Fourth Doctor and Romana story but is based on more than just the TV scripts. It’s a wonderful book and a great buy if you’ve some Christmas pennies left to spend. My review is here: DOCTOR WHO: THE PIRATE PLANET ***…
If you’re stuck for a last minute present, you might want to grab a Tom Baker 2017 Calendar. Details are available on Tom’s website here: The Tom Baker Calendar is now available.. — Message Ends —
Something you might have missed, James Goss has adapted Douglas Adams’s The Pirate Planet for a book due in January. I loved what James did with City of Death and can’t wait for this. +++ Message Ends +++