❉ Barbucci and Canepa’s Sky Doll series is unabashedly sexy, with a deep, genre-spanning story to tell.
❉ Kadokawa’s adaptation of the the second episode of Sherlock preserves its BBC feel while adding a manga pacing to it.
❉ A witch and the actual Bride of Frankenstein live in a B&B in Whitby. These are some of their adventures…
❉ We review the first two instalments of the second manga adaptation of ‘Sherlock’, printed in English for the first time.
❉ We review the latest in Obverse Books’ Black Archive series, putting individual Doctor Who stories under the microscope.
❉ Mrs Peel, We’re Needed! Recreations of the comic strip adventures of Steed and Mrs Peel which appeared in Diana magazine in 1966 and 1967.
❉ Colin Baker is at his Big Finish best in ‘Order of the Daleks’. “Prepare to be terrified”, writes reviewer Kara Dennison.
❉ Obverse Books’ Black Archive series puts another Doctor Who serial under the microscope: This time, 1982’s ‘Black Orchid’.
❉ Sci fi, fantasy and multimedia convention Intervention’s biggest year yet drew tons of guests from cult and genre TV… and synth wizard Thomas Dolby.