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Forbidden Planet Doctor Who Signings announced

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Forbidden Planet Doctor Who Signings announced

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Celebrate all things Doctor Who at Forbidden Planet later this month, when Rob Williams and Al Ewing sign the store’s exclusive Variant Cover of Doctor Who 11th #1 in Bristol on 26th July from 3 – 4pm. (yes, we know – yet another variant!)

They will be joined in London on 2nd August by Variant Cover artist Des Taylor to sign both Doctor Who 10th #1 and Doctor Who 11th #1, also from 3 – 4.00pm.

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Kelly WomenWriteAboutComics writes about throwing down at the WicDiv launch party. She doesn’t know us well at all. (via kierongillen)

I was probably exaggerating during that conversation about the old Odhams Press Marvel reprints. BUT NOT BY MUCH.

I really don’t think you were. I was literally JUST IN THE PROCESS of linking back to this old post I did with a bunch of examples in, from a Fantastic annual reprint of X-Men #3.

(Sorry for the shite quality, but it’s such an old battered annual I didn’t want to damage it any further by scanning, so I took photos.)

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This warms my heart.

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Nick Davies writes lengthily and brilliantly about the Hacking trial. (via kierongillen)
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