Tuesday, 22 November 2016
On 22.11.16 by KieronMoore in Assassin's Creed, Rogue One, Star Wars, Starburst, Steve Dillon 1 comment
With the rebellious Jyn Erso adorning the cover, it's a Star Wars-centric edition, bringing you up to speed on the galaxy far, far away in anticipation of the new
I've contributed a few bits and bobs to this issue - there's my retrospective on the Assassin's Creed games, my Doctor Who news column, my obituary of the great Steve Dillon, and a couple of reviews (including one where I'm incorrectly credited as Andrew Marshall - the proofreader should have caught that, but he is also
Starburst 431 is available now from all good cantinas, spaceports and junk dealers, or via the HoloNet!
“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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