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Last year Titan Books published The Simon & Kurby Library: Science Fiction, a fantastic collection of comics by the writer/artist team of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby.
Finally,nearly two years after I started rereading Edgar Rice Burroughs' Martian novels, and almost a year after posting my review of the tenth installment of the series, Llana of Gathol, here's my review of the the eleventh book, John Carter of Mars.
The first volume to collect artist Russ Manning's work on the Tarzan comic book from the mid sixties, Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan: The Russ Manning Years, is now available from the library. (Click here to reserve our copy.)
BBCAmerica has posted a couple of videos that are tied in with today's 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who. Here's "The Night of the Doctor":
And here's "The Last Day", which features a really frightening climax:
Happy 50th Anniversary Doctor fans! Be sure to check out our collection of Doctor Who episodes on DVD here.
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The last storyline to star Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor (though he'd return briefly to the role in 1983's "The Five Doctors" ), "Planet of the Spiders" , which aired on the BBC as a six part serial in May-June 1974, is an okay finale to the actor's five year run on Doctor Who. (Find the two-disc DVD set of this serial on our catalog by clicking here.)
It was forty years ago this week that Roger Moore made his debut as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007 in the eighth "official" installment of the film series, Live and Let Die (1973).
A four part serial originally broadcast by the BBC in September, 1976 and now available on DVD, "The Masque of Mandragora" finds the Doctor (Tom Baker) and his companion Sarah Jane (Elisabeth Sladen) facing both sinister court intrigue and an attempted invasion from a malevolent form of intelligent energy in 15th century Italy.