❉ The Black Archive’s twenty-fourth release makes for a thorough and far-reaching thesis that cannot fail to impress.
❉ 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.
❉ Marco Polo is the one story from the very first season of Doctor Who for which no footage exists at all, so how can we know what it was really like?
❉ The latest of Obverse Books’ Black Archive series thunders along with the same pace as the episode upon which it is based.
❉ 45 years on, Carnival of Monsters is still top of the pops! Ian Potter tells us why.
❉ Fifteen volumes in, and the quality of the Black Archive series shows no signs of flagging.
❉ Obverse Books announce the launch title for their new Silver Archive range: The Christmas Box by Paul Magrs.
❉ The latest in the Black Archive series looks at perhaps the most turbulent time in the history of Doctor Who.
❉ An intelligent, stimulating and worthwhile read.