Friday, 18 April 2014
The four hundredth issue of Starburst Magazine is out today, and I'm very proud to have contributed to the big anniversary feature - a look back at how sci-fi, fantasy and horror have developed across the lifetime of the magazine. My section covers the 2000s and onwards, as I'm the young and energetic kind of writer, except for the energetic bit.
Unfortunately, my copy's currently across the Pennines from me (going back to York for my final term of university on Sunday... eek), but I can tell you it's (probably) a landmark issue worth buying.
“Space – the final frontier.” Well, any episode that begins with the Doctor doing the Star Trek opening has my attention. That quote s...
Perhaps to be remembered as the one where the Doctor gets in on this year’s in-thing of punching Nazis in the face. But we’ll get back t...
Well, a lot happened there. Series 10 so far has felt like a deliberate shift away from the arc-driven, continuity-heavy excesses o...
Modern day opening, trip to the future, trip to the past – all in the bag. Now it’s time for the return to the companion’s modern day l...
After The Pilot started off Doctor Who ’s current run by shaking off the complex plots and blockbuster stylings of the Steven Moffat er...
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