❉ Collected for the first time, Titan’s prequel series recounts the events that led up to the first season of the Showtime series.
❉ Finn Clark sheds a welcome spotlight on a frequently under-appreciated strand of ‘Doctor Who’ stories.
❉ A victim of timing as much as of its own flaws, Scream of the Shalka remains a fascinating glimpse into an alternative vision for Doctor Who.
❉ Casualties of War is a fitting end to Big Finish’s War Doctor series and an essential piece of ‘Doctor Who’ for all, writes Ian McCann.
❉ Take yourself back to a time before Fake News, Trump, Brexit, Revenge Porn and Take Me Out: A time of NuRave, hot indie girls, Emo and house parties.
❉ Jeremy Brett’s interpretation of Sherlock Holmes is seen by many as the definitive portrayal of the great detective.
❉ The definitive study of the many spin-offs produced during Doctor Who’s so-called Wilderness Years.
❉ Why Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s 2001 masterpiece is the greatest screen musical of the 21st Century so far.
❉ Cavan Scott & Mark Wright’s Fourth Doctor Adventure “embodies the best of Big Finish’s take on ‘Doctor Who’”.
❉ Jenny Shirt reviews a poetry-fest of pure Who that’s a welcome addition to any collector’s book shelf.