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Doctor Who: Lost Stories: Guardians Of The Prophecy by Johnny Byrne and Jonathan Morris.

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Doctor Who: Lost Stories: Guardians Of The Prophecy by Johnny Byrne and Jonathan Morris.

Temporal distortion means a forced landing on a planet called Serenity. The Sixth Doctor knows this place because it’s the only remaining planet in the Traken Union. His previous companion, Nyssa of Traken, saw her planet destroyed thanks to the Master’s meddling and although the Sixth Doctor is reluctant to discuss this with Peri, we […]

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Dark Shadows: Poisoned Soul by James Goss

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Dark Shadows: Poisoned Soul by James Goss

‘Poisoned Soul’ Charity Trask is not herself. She’s being haunted by musical hall singer Patsy Faye. It’s not a marriage made in heaven. Poor Charity, she’s had a rotten life. He father, the overtly Godly Reverend Gregory Trask, has already tried to ruin her life and she is unlucky in love with various relationships in […]

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Dark Shadows: London’s Burning by Joseph Lidster,

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Dark Shadows: London’s Burning by Joseph Lidster,

A nightmare for many, the Blitz is a welcome respite for his thoughts. Quentin Collins knows that ‘London’s Burning’ but his dark nature finds the perfect spot among the blackouts of the city. First, a werewolf, he had that curse lifted but is condemned to immortality by a magical painting. He has many a bitter […]

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Charlotte Markham And The House Of Darkling by Michael Boccacino.

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Charlotte Markham And The House Of Darkling by Michael Boccacino.

Charlotte’s a governess to two bereaved children and in ‘Charlotte Markham And The House Of Darkling’, she must come to terms with her attraction to her employer, the widower Henry Darrow. Poor Charlotte has suffered her own losses and seems to live in a twilight world, dream-like world where she clutches at stolen moments with […]

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Doctor Who: Protect And Survive by Jonathan Morris.

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Doctor Who: Protect And Survive by Jonathan Morris.

The TARDIS is alarmed, so are Ace and Hex in ‘Protect And Survive’. Ace, 20th century fighting girl with her backpack of Geli and an attitude as explosive, just can’t cope with the fact that the Doctor has abandoned them. Hex is half-way there, a troubled man since the revelation about the Doctor’s part in […]

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Great Inventions That Changed The World by James Wei.

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Great Inventions That Changed The World by James Wei.

If ever I could time travel and got stuck in the past, I think this would be one book I would be carrying in my bag for all the useful information it carries. James Wei does, as his book title points out, looks at ‘Great Inventions That Changed The World’. This is a densely written […]

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Luke Scott Loom’s large over scifi movies.

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Luke Scott Loom’s large over scifi movies.

When Ridley Scott is your dad, you might think that somewhere in the back of Luke Scott’s mind is the thought that he has got a lot to live up to. He’s already licked his film-making chops by handling some of the viral videos for his father’s recent Prometheus movie (remember the Peter Weyland TED […]

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Clone Wars S5 super long trailer.

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Clone Wars S5 super long trailer.

Our friend George Lucas is really spoiling us with these Clone Wars trailers he’s releasing in advance of the new 5th series. This one is a big’un, alright. Like Chewie on steroids!

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Fathead driving Trekkers up the wall?

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Fathead driving Trekkers up the wall?

Fathead are making with a new collection of Star Trek-themed die-cuts and mural images. There’s characters and imagery from the various series, including the original series’ James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock along with the U.S.S. Enterprise. From Star Trek: The Next Generation, Fathead is producing Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Commander William T. Riker, Lieutenant Commander […]

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The Odd Life of Timothy Green (Frank’s Take).

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The Odd Life of Timothy Green (Frank’s Take).

The whimsical wonderment behind The Odd Life of Timothy Green is undeniably sweet and sentimental. This is the kind of nostalgic Disney-esque style filmmaking that satisfies the uplifting verve of movie audiences looking to escape into a magical malaise of the cutesy curiosities. Armed with a thought-provoking message about a pocketful of miracles resting on […]

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