❉ What is it about The Invasion that makes it a quintessential Doctor Who? Derrick Sherwin’s influence on the series cannot be underestimated, writes Michael Seely.
❉ The CBBC anthology series is one of the timeliest and bravest genre TV shows to come along in many years. Michael S. Collins tells us why.
❉ More so than any other of Big Finish’s Doctor Who range, the Short Trips have the ability to get to the heart of a character. ‘I Am The Master’ demonstrates why.
❉ Ben Adams assesses the latest doorstop compendium of Bowie’s released work, including 1987’s much-maligned Never Let Me Down and two live albums.
❉ John Carpenter’s most nakedly political film is is not just about politics but about the cynical nature of humanity itself, writes Iain Macleod.
❉ As the Doctor, Jodie Whittaker continues to surprise and entertain, writes Robert Fairclough in our latest new series review.
❉ The first 3 volumes of Obverse Books’s new range covers the entire run of one of the oddest, creepiest, most cerebral series of them all…
❉ Originally released in 1995 on CD only in New Zealand, this is the first time these recordings will be available on vinyl.
❉ Rook Films announce Q&A UK tour for Ben Wheatley’s new film ahead of its Christmas release on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.
❉ Fred McNamara presents the first in a series of guides to the best of the indie and small press comics scene!