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Book review: Chalk - Paul Cornell

There are quite a few things that become apparent whilst reading ‘Chalk’ by Paul Cornell. The first is that Cornell is a big fan of popular tv show Doctor Who, brought about by the many references to the popular programme. 480 more words

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Preview: Vampirella #1

Vampirella #1

writer: Paul Cornell
artist: Jimmy Broxton
covers: Philip Tan (a), J. Scott Campbell (b), Joseph Michael Linsner (c), Dangrrr Doll Cosplay Cover (d) 144 more words

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Nine Lives - Available to buy now

UPDATE – While we deal with the initial demand we’ve closed pre-orders and expect to reopen them again at the start of April. Apologies on our part, we’ll be honest and say we weren’t expecting the huge initial interest in the first few hours of opening sales. 155 more words

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Review - Doctor Who: The Heralds of Destruction

Doctor Who: The Heralds of Destruction

Paul Cornell, Christopher Jones & Hi-Fi

Titan Comics

Alongside their current continuing run for all the post 2005 Doctors Titan Comics have been putting out mini-series for past Doctors. 597 more words

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The Heralds of Destruction by Paul Cornell

An alien invasion draws the Doctor, Jo and UNIT into a battle against an old foe.

A new Doctor Who story from acclaimed writer Paul Cornell is always cause for excitement, but when the gorgeous cover above Third Doctor title was released anticipation reached new levels. 1,556 more words

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Seventh Doctor Audio: Shadow of the Scourge

Writer: Paul Cornell

Director: Gary Russell

Producers: Jason Haigh-Ellery & Gary Russell

Companions: Ace (Sophia Aldred), Bernice Summerfield (Lisa Bowerman)

Note: This is one of Big Finish’s “Side Steps” stories. 375 more words

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Human Nature by Paul Cornell (Virgin New Adventures #38)

4 stars

Human Nature has just overtaken Prisoner of the Daleks as my favourite Doctor Who book. The Eighth Doctor has turned himself human and is teaching at an English boarding school in 1913. 726 more words

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