Here you will find my top five returning Doctor Who characters, their most memorable moments, and why you should seek out their appearances.
Author Robert Mammone
Romantic. Raconteur. Kangaroo rustler. Sadly, Rob is none of these. Rob has been a follower of genre since at least the mid-1970s. Book collector, Doctor Who fan, semi-retired podcaster, comic book shop counter jockey, writer (once!) in Doctor Who Magazine and with pretensions to writing fantasy and horror, Rob is the sort of fellow you can happily embrace while wondering why you're doing it. More of his maudlin thoughts can be found at his ill-tended blog https://robertmammone.wordpress.com/
Secret Agent Nora Freud stars in Spy Island #1, from Dark Horse Comics. Stuck on an island in the Bermuda Triangle, Nora must assassinate another agent, navigate the perils of a Protect the Mermaids fundraiser, and bed MI-6s best agent, Harry Fauntleroy. Does Nora get what she needs, instead of what she wants? Find out in your latest Major Spoilers review!
In THE OLD GUARD – FORCE MULTIPLIED #4 from Image Comics, former lovers Andromache and Norika renew acquaintances, while Copely justifies his exposure of the immortals to two of them, Nicky and Joe. And Nile, a newly minted immortal, struggles to come to terms with her ‘gift.’ Who will win and who will (sort of) die? Find out in your latest Major Spoilers review!
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When Dr Young agrees to fly out to Siberia at the behest of the US government to help identify cave artwork from the Pleistocene era, little does she know the real purpose of her trip. In Starship Down #1 from Dark Horse Comics, she will find an ancient starship. But what hides inside? Find out in your Major Spoilers review!
The hits keep coming in Bang! #2 from Dark Horse Comics. Washed out detective John Shaw finds himself facing Goldmaze terrorists on an LA bound train containing a dirty bomb. Will he live to tell the tale, or will he, and LA, glow in the dark for the next 100 years? Find out in your latest Major Spoilers review!
In Elfquest #3 from Dark Horse Comics, we watch as Timmain and Skywise’s daughter Jink’s backstory develops, from that of a baby innocently wiping her father’s mind of his memory of Tam Cutter, to a woman blessed with all the elvish gifts. Realising what she did to her father was wrong, Jink sets off on an epic…elfquest! Will she find her father? Find out in your Major Spoilers review!
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In The Marked #5, from Image Comics, the powers of magic assemble to fight the evil threatening to burst through the Shadowgate. Mage versus Hybrid Mage, while Mavin faces off against Liza, who is responsible for working to unleash the forces of darkness. Can this mismatched team of magic users defeat a young woman tapping evil sorcery? Find out in your Major Spoilers review!
In King of Nowhere #1 from Boom! Studios, Denis wakes up…somewhere. Denis likes to party, so when he finds himself in the strange town of Nowhere, he puts its stranger inhabitants down to a legender bender. But things are odd in Nowhere, as Denis very quickly finds out. And what he finds…well, read your Major Spoilers review to discover what!
In Tomorrow #1 from Dark Horse Comics, Trevon Treacy fights computer hackers for the government. He’s brought in to deal with a computer virus that has jumped species – to humanity! Oscar is a brilliant cellist and neuro-typical. He only keeps it together thanks to his twin sister, Ciro. After the virus kills their mother, can Oscar cross a collapsing American and reunite with his sister? Find out in your next Major Spoilers review!
In Ice Cream Man #18, from Image Comics, George, a dying father of two, bereft of family, struggles to retain his memories as he slides towards death. But the sum of a father is more than just memories, it is family. Will the Ice Cream Man allow him those memories, or will he devour them one by one? Find out in your Major Spoilers review!
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