❉ Haringsma’s essay on this divisive story leaves no paving slab unturned, writes Nick Mellish.
❉ Nick Mellish reviews the latest Black Archive release from Obverse Books.
❉ Matt Barber’s essay on a fan favourite will change the way you next watch it, writes Nick Mellish.
❉ What new is there to say about the Eighth Doctor’s debut? Nick Mellish parties like it’s 1999… or 1996…
❉ The Black Archive’s twenty-fourth release makes for a thorough and far-reaching thesis that cannot fail to impress.
❉ This is another outstanding release from Obverse Books, every bit as thoroughly researched, well-written and entertaining as others in the Black Archive range.
❉ The Gallifrey depicted here is quite unlike anything else we’ve really seen in any official media: but what would a war of time be without disparate, contradictory histories?
❉ Obverse Books have done it again with this release: classy, intelligent, easy to read, thought-provoking and a bit of a thrill.
❉ It feels like only yesterday that Obverse Books launched The Black Archive. How fitting that this particular story is celebrated in volume 20, a milestone for the range.
❉ This pure historical is a joy from start to finish!