I wanted to take a minute to thank all of the highly talented artists who have contributed to Celestial Toyroom covers recently.
Going back to #400 we had a specially commissioned piece to celebrate the late Nicholas Courtney in the style of Andy Warhol by the superb David Burson aka Draculasaurus.
More of his work can be found at:
In case you haven't heard the good news already...
The Manchester Fringe Festival this July will feature a live performance of The Robots of Death and Storm Mine -adapted for the stage by Alan Stevens.
For the first perfomance only, Paul Darrow will be appearing as Iago, and Tracy Russell as Blayes.
For information/tickets see...
It's time to have your say...
We are after the honest opinions of all our current members in regards to the regular features that populate Celestial Toyroom.
An online survey had been setup here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WYS5RLV asking what you think.
Well I have to say I really enjoyed this years Christmas Special, a charming family piece rather than an end of the world disaster which hit all the right notes for the time of year and finished with a touching ending.
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#403 of Celestial Toyroom should be falling through letterboxes as I type with its lovely Christmassy Dalek cover by Barry Ward.
For those who haven't already purchased I would highly recommend the latest Shooty Dog Thing book '2th & Claw'.
48 today... Happy Birthday Who!
As if by magic #401/02 will be landing on your doorsteps soon and it's theme... the Black & White Years!
So that's it all done with and I have to say I really enjoyed it, I guessed the ending but in all a fun episode that answered most (!) questions and included a lovely mention of the Brig too.
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A good tale with the Cybermen tagged onto it... fun though!
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Fears, faith and a mention of the Nimon!... I really enjoyed that.
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