The following is the final entry in Steve Berry’s Doctor Who book, Behind The Sofa, originally published in 2012, and to which my dad – who died this morning – contributed. If you’re so moved, please support Alzheimer’s Research UK.
(Apologies to Ben Morris, for modifying his work, above)
Holly and Dan meet the Hickman/Gatiss/Roberts Doctor (Click to enlarge)
I was shameless. Absolutely shameless.
I remember ringing Tom Splisbury in the middle of 2015, to gossip about this and that – but in truth the purpose was to make it clear I really wanted to have something in DWM #500. It meant a lot to me. Even then, I didn’t think that something would also include my own illustration… Continue reading
This is from DWM #498. I was really looking forward to The Evil of the Daleks, having been bowled over by Power, which remains one of my all-time favourites… Continue reading
Another from DWM #474 and genuinely one of my favourite Doctor Who stories. In as much as one can tell. Continue reading
This, and the next seven posts which will follow – umm – in time, are all from DWM #474, and that big poll feature.
I wouldn’t want to have reviewed Enemy on DVD, particularly not in the wake of Matthew Sweet’s excellent DWM piece that accompanied its iTunes release. But here? Sure, with a smaller word count and the fact there was one specific idea I wanted to play with, I was keen. Continue reading