❉ This is Marvel-by-numbers, a bit like watching a student attempting tai chi without really understanding the art.
❉ A worthy addition to Kim Newman’s canon of fantastic, beguiling, and terrifying alternate history.
❉ Titan’s Summer 2016 miniseries celebrating 50 years of the Cybermen, collected in a hardcover edition.
❉ Smoking hot TARDIS-on-TARDIS vortex shenanigans and trippy, metatextual games ahoy!
❉ Assassin’s Creed: Uprising settles into its stride with a neat twist.
❉ One of the best comics of the ’90s, James Robinson and Tony Harris’ Starman continues to stand the test of time.
❉ Barbucci and Canepa’s Sky Doll series is unabashedly sexy, with a deep, genre-spanning story to tell.
❉ Station Zero is a Torchwood story that enthusiastically embraces its connections to Doctor Who.
❉ Kadokawa’s adaptation of the the second episode of Sherlock preserves its BBC feel while adding a manga pacing to it.
❉ Collected for the first time, Titan’s prequel series recounts the events that led up to the first season of the Showtime series.