A collection of over 70 essays covering every era of the classic series of Doctor Who. Edited by Graeme Burk and Robert Smith?, the collection features pieces from Matt Jones (The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit), Simon Guerrier (The Slitheen Excursion) and many more!
A collection of over 60 essays covering the revived series of Doctor Who, edited by Graeme Burk and Robert Smith? and with a foreword by Robert Shearman (Dalek). Contributors include Steve Lyons (The Stealers of Dreams), Lloyd Rose (Camera Obscura) and more!
A collection of Tenth Doctor comics, featuring original companions Gabby Gonzalez and Cindy Wu.
Following a harrowing experience in the TARDIS, Gabby and Cindy are in need of a break. Fortunately, the Doctor has brought them to New Orleans at the beginning of the Jazz Age. Unfortunately, a sinister viral lifeform is hiding itself in the music… The worlds of Jazz and Doctor Who intersect far too infrequently, and whilst a music-based adventure may seem an unusual choice for the visual medium of comics, the colourful historical setting makes this collection a delight.
A collection of Twelfth Doctor and Clara comics, also featuring Kate Stewart.
In Fractures, the Doctor and Clara battle an enemy who can slide between the cracks of the universe and take over unwilling human hosts. Then, in Gangland, it’s a hard-fought battle against an alien invasion in ’60s Las Vegas – forcing the pair to team up with local gangsters…
A collection of Eleventh Doctor comics featuring original companion Alice Obiefune, with guest appearances from Abslom Daak and the War Doctor.
Accused of terrible war crimes that he can’t remember committing, the Eleventh Doctor goes on the run with Alice, along with a mysterious amnesiac who calls herself The Squire. As they dig deep into the history of the Time War in hope of clearing the Doctor’s name, the bounty hunter called The Then and The Now, a hideous perversion of spacetime, tracks them at every turn!
A collection of Eleventh Doctor comics, featuring original companions Alice Obiefune, John Jones and ARC.
The Eleventh Doctor has an all-new TARDIS crew – whip-smart Alice, mercurial musician Jones and the shapeshifting entity ARC. But whether battling time in the TARDIS running backwards, alien air war in the Earthly skies or the deadly machinations of SERVEYOUinc, terror, awer and danger are never far away!
A collection of Tenth Doctor comics, featuring original companion Gabby Gonzalez.
The Doctor and Gabby take a terrifying trip into history when a left turn in the Time Vortex strands them in the bomb-besieged trenches of World War II. And it’s not just the churning mud or the constant bombardments they have to worry about… the fearsome Weeping Angels are here and feasting on the futures of the soldiers on all sides!
A collection of Eleventh Doctor comics featuring original companion Alice Obiefune, with guest appearances from Abslom Daak, River Song and the War Doctor.
The Doctor struggles to clear his name, and rediscovers more of what his War Doctor incarnation got up to during the Time War. Plus: the Squire uncovers her true past; Alice cracks a temporal mystery; Abslom Daak uses his chain sword to bash things a lot; and River Song undertakes the best jailbreak of ANY century!
An epic comic collection featuring the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors, along with their companions Gabby, Alice and Clara, with a special appearance from the War Doctor.
When an unseen enemy manoeuvres the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors into an impossible meeting, the future of the universe itself is put at stake. It will take all of the Doctor’s innate cunning and adaptability to team up with his past and present selves to uncover the immensely powerful culprit, fix the time stream, and right an ancient wrong. But what mysterious event from the Doctors’ collective past will have an unforgettable effect on their future?
An adventure featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by James Parsons and Andrew Stirling-Brown.
Money makes the world go round, as can a few too many strong drinks. But when Benny, in a fit of sobriety, agrees to do a pre-Advent favour for Irving Braxiatel, little does she suspect that a bit of corporate schmoozing with a fast food magnate is going to lead her into the biggest spin she’s experienced for a very long time. In a whistle-stop tour of frontier planets, she encounters mysterious burials, guns and swords, legs and claws, lost treasure, mortal combat, conspiracy, stomach-churning posh nosh and a little man called Perkin. Oh, and love and war, again.
A trilogy of novellas featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Jonathan Clements, Marc Platt and Pete Kempshall respectively.
Late 2562: Bernice Summerfield is 22 and en route to the ruin of Earth. She’s young, she’s single, she’s just got an MA in archaeology. There’s a life of adventure in front of her. And then she meets the half-human, half-lemur Ivo, whose life she’ll completely knock sideways. Late 2607: Professor Bernice Summerfield is… well she looks nearly 40, but it’s difficult to tell what with all the time travel. She’s on her way to a funeral, and to meet up with people she’s not seen since her 20s. Jason is keen to go with her. Benny never talks about that period of her life – what she did to keep out of the war, where she travelled, how she survived, or who it was broke her heart. She’s run through all time and space to avoid this reunion. But the best-selling author of Down Among The Dead Men must finally uncover her own past.
A short story anthology featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, edited by Nick Wallace. Includes stories written by Philip Purser-Hallard, Mags L. Halliday, Lance Parkin and more.
The Braxiatel Collection is a museum, art gallery and academic institute. A home for renowned archaeologists, runaway art thieves, and galactic waifs and strays. It’s been a private playground and the battlefield in the fight against tyranny. And now things are changing again. With the Collection’s founder missing, it’s up to those left behind to make this place their own. Amidst the chaos of visitors from the far future, dark secrets, old friends and new enemies, Bernice Summerfield must do whatever’s necessary to keep the doors open and her family safe. Yet through it all, there’s one truth she cannot escape. Braxiatel is gone. And nature abhors a vacuum.
An adventure featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Ben Aaronovitch.
One day she will bring down empires and decide the fate of the universe. One day she will be feared by the creatures of evil and revered wherever people have had just a little bit too much to drink. But all that is yet to come… Right now Bernice Summerfield is 21 years old and living hand to mouth and drink to drink. Offered a job beyond her qualifications she is lured out to the backwater planet of Jaiwan where nothing has ever happened – ever. There she joins a disparate team of archaeologists who have just discovered that the planet of Jaiwan may have been just a tad more interesting than people thought. This could be Benny’s big break and her ticket to a proper career in archaeology. That’s if archaeology doesn’t kill her first.
A trilogy of novellas featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Rebecca Levene, Stewart Sheargold and Dave Stone respectively (with linking material by Simon Guerrier).
The Collection has lost one of its own. Someone who made a mistake once, and has never been forgiven for it. Someone whose hard work and need to make amends has been taken for granted. Someone who doesn’t fit in… Clarissa Jones has been head of administration at the Braxiatel Collection for many years. Enough time to really know her way around the place – its security, its weaknesses, its secrets. Knowledge, in fact, of great value to any of the neighbouring powers. So it’s bad news for everyone when she disappears… The Collection has lost one of its own. Unless Clarissa has taken others with her.
An adventure featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Mark Michalowski.
What’s the most famous archaeologist in the sector to do when she receives an uninformative message from a woman she hardly remembers on a planet she’s never heard of? Go and investigate, of course! But the unending, unyielding jungle on Tollip’s World doesn’t make it easy. Nor does the paranoia around the research team’s mysterious discoveries there. Before long, Benny’s under attack from humans, long-dead aliens and unpleasant fungal infections. What happened on Tollip’s World 8,000 years ago? What’s the origin of the electrical discharges beneath the surface of the planet? Why is there a greenhouse in the middle of a jungle? What are the Trees of Life? And could the secrets of Tollip’s World mean the extinction of humanity?
A short story anthology featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, edited by Paul Cornell. Includes stories written by Simon Guerrier, Robert Shearman, Jonathan Morris and more.
The Braxiatel Collection has been occupied by the Fifth Axis. This shouldn’t have happened: Brax picked this place to be safe, and surely he knows the history of time and space? Bernice and her friends find themselves living under a military government. Bev joins the resistance. Adrian is thrown into a prison camp for aliens. Jason finds a comfortable little niche for himself in the new administration. Bernice’s half-human son, Peter, is now under threat every minute of every day. Bernice finds herself caught in the middle of the occupation, her old friends, and her desperate need to protect her child.
An adventure featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Stephen Cole.
There’s a whisper going round that the long-lost temple of the Argian Gods of the Underworld has finally been discovered on the planet Venedel. There’s a still quieter whisper that deep inside it lies the Argian Oracle, an ancient artefact that can pinpoint the whereabouts of any soul in the universe. Benny Summerfield sets out to see if the whispers are true and to see if it can tell her the whereabouts of her missing lover. Reaching Venedel, Benny finds it under siege from an over-zealous Federation, alleging human rights atrocities and starving the planet out until its people capitulate to its terms. Despite this, a team of Nishtubi mercenaries are running the blockade to supply aid for the Venedelans. But why? Caught between jingoistic natives, Nishtubi heavies, a plague of ancient killers and the cold, undying secrets of the Gods of the Underworld, Benny and her allies have nowhere to run and are left facing nothing but trouble.
An adventure featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Justin Richards.
The Doomsday Manuscript: The key to finding the Lost Tomb of Rablev. Legend says that if the tomb is ever opened, the world will end. The Braxiatel Collection: Home to Professor Bernice Summerfield, and the location of one half of the Doomsday Manuscript. The Fifth Axis: A callous, aggressive force that is assimilating territory and acquiring art treasures and archaeological finds. Benny finds herself drawn into a web of mystery and intrigue that starts with death and gets more serious at every stage. Can she find the second half of the Doomsday Manuscript before it falls into the wrong hands? Can she trust her partner in the quest? What will she find on Kasagrad – the location of the Lost Tomb of Rablev? And can she squeeze in another drink before the end of the world?