Mistress of Chaos is the first Panini Doctor Who graphic novel to feature the 13th Doctor, as played on TV by Jodie Whittaker! The full-colour stories have been taken from the official Doctor Who Magazine, now in its 41st year of publication!.
ictorian London harbours many secrets: alien visitors, strange phenomena and unearthly powers. But a trio of investigators stands ready to delve into such mysteries – The Great Detective, Madame Vastra; her resourceful spouse, Jenny Flint; and their loyal valet, Strax. If an impossible puzzle needs solving, or a grave injustice needs righting, help can be found on Paternoster Row. But even heroes can never escape their past. The members of the Paternoster Gang made their first appearance in the 2011 episode of Doctor Who entitled A Good Man Goes to War. In these audio adventures, Neve Mcintosh, Catrin Steward and Dan Starkey all reprise their TV characters in three new adventures. 1. Merry Christmas, Mr Jago by Paul Morris. 2. The Ghost Writers by Roy Gill. 3. Rulers of Earth by Matt Fitton. CAST: Neve McIntosh (Madame Vastra), Catrin Stewart (Jenny Flint), Dan Starkey (Strax), Christopher Benjamin (Henry Gordon Jago).
Geoffrey Beevers reads this exciting novelisation of the Fourth Doctor’s penultimate TV adventure, featuring The Master
For ages past, the Union of Traken has lived in peace and harmony thanks to the power of the Source, controlled by generations of Keepers.
But the current Keeper, his powers waning, senses some all-pervading evil about to invade his world. He summons The Doctor to his aid.
To save Traken The Doctor fights the terrifying Melkur, only to find that this new enemy conceals an older and even deadlier foe — one The Doctor has encountered before…
Geoffrey Beevers, who played the Master in the TV series, reads Terrance Dicks’s novelisation of a 1981 TV serial by Johnny Byrne, the penultimate story of the Fourth Doctor’s era..
Something is very wrong. The Fifth Doctor is lost in the Time War, heading for an encounter with his oldest and deadliest enemies… the Daleks!
Aimed at the Body by James Kettle
An encounter with a notorious cricketing legend should be right up The Doctor’s street. But the unexpected appearance of an old enemy is about to send The Doctor on a quest.
Lightspeed by Jonathan Morris
The trail has led The Doctor to a spaceship in the far future – where he finds himself trapped in the middle of a terrifying revenge plot.
The Bookshop at the End of the World by Simon Guerrier
It’s very easy to forget yourself and get lost in a bookshop. But in some bookshops more than most…
Interlude by Dan Starkey
The play’s the thing! Or is it? The Doctor is roped into a theatrical spectacular – but who is he really performing to?.
Andy Davidson’s been ordered to watch over a local businessman. Everything’s always gone right for him, and Andy’s long wondered why.
Owen joins him on the stakeout. He knows something — the businessman’s attracted Torchwood’s attention, and tonight, the two of them are going to take him down. But will luck be on their side?
Time Lord Victorious: He Kills Me, He Kills Me Not
On the desert world of Atharna, The Doctor’s life is about to be changed forever.
Looking to visit one of the Seven Hundred Wonders of the Universe, he’s quickly embroiled in a web of deceit. Worse than that, this Wonder of the Universe is missing, and the Doctor is about to encounter one of his most dangerous and duplicitous adversaries.
The Doctor is about to meet Brian.
How to Walk Through a Door: A (Mostly) True Memoir
A second volume of memoirs from Tom Baker, following 1997’s Who on Earth is Tom Baker?
Publisher’s description as follows:
Just who do I think I am?
Tom Baker is a British original – a charismatic actor, writer, and innate storyteller who has lived more lives than the Time Lord he so famously portrayed on Doctor Who. His new memoir collects some of his best stories, from some of his best lives. In his unique voice, Tom serves some glorious gossip about Doctor Who, Little Britain, and the great and ghastly of Soho in the 70s (all of whom he’s rather surprised to have outlived). He also talks about his years after leaving the TARDIS: a period of personal and professional wandering where it seemed he was employed by people mostly curious to know if he was still alive.
What was it like being the most sought-after voice in Britain? (Was he really the model for Steven Toast?) Did he really spend his days declaiming sonnets on long walks with his cats and settling old scores with rivals in Waitrose? Or does the legendary hellraiser of the Coach and Horses still burn bright? You’ll discover the truly amazing job he turned down and why he decided to don that famous scarf one final time and return to Doctor Who.
Tom once famously said that acting is mostly figuring out how to walk through a door – and in his remarkable life, he has walked through (and into, and out of) so many of them.
Blackly comic, intimate, gossipy, thought-provoking, and always wildly entertaining, How to Walk through a Door takes you into the private world of Tom Baker.
A Tale of Two Time Lords (Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor: Year 2)
IN A SPECTACULAR RETURN TO COMICS, THE THIRTEENTH DOCTOR TEAMS UP WITH FAN-FAVORITE TENTH DOCTOR FOR A DEADLY ENCOUNTER WITH THE MENACING WEEPING ANGELS.
Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser and artist Roberta Ingranata return for Year Two of the critically acclaimed Doctor Who comics. Volume 1 ties in to the fan-favorite season 3 episode “Blink”, written by former showrunner Steven Moffat.
The 13th Doctor is back with her friends – Yaz, Ryan and Graham – in a brand new time-traveling adventure. This time she faces the horrific Weeping Angels – who else can help her out but one of her previous incarnations: the Tenth Doctor himself! Landing in the swinging 60s, Thirteen and fam are stranded in the middle of a territorial battle between the Angels and the creepy autons, all the while having to avoid her former self and causing the universe to implode! What could go wrong?
Bursting straight out of the long-running hit television series, this Doctor Who collection continues the time-travelling tales of the Doctor and friends.
Buy it, read it, then travel back in time to read it for the first time all over again…!
The Wintertime Paradox: Twelve Festive Tales of Tinsel and Time Lords…
The incredible untold stories of Doctor Who Christmases past, present and future . . .
Did you know Davros and the Doctor met for three Christmases, on different planets, across time and space? Have you heard the one about the time the Plasmavores came to pay a festive visit? Or when Madame Vastra fought a cyborg?
The perfect collection for the bleakest — and sometimes brightest — time of the year, these are the tales to get you halfway out of the dark . . .
This thrilling anthology presents a fantastic collection of adventures through time and space, featuring the best-loved characters and places from The Doctor Who world.
Written by popular children’s author, and lifelong Doctor Who fan, Dave Rudden, author of Twelve Angels Weeping.
Doctor Who: The Monster Vault Hardcover
You’re going to need a bigger sofa…
Doctor Who’s biggest and most comprehensive monster guide yet, The Monster Vault takes you on the ultimate tour of the Whoniverse, discovering and cataloguing every wonderful and terrifying creature The Doctor has ever encountered.
From the notorious Daleks, to evil Stenza warrior Tzim-Sha and the ancient Thijarians, The Monster Vault features in-depth profiles on each monster, showing The Doctor’s most dangerous enemies in their natural habitat and unveiling their secret histories. You will also discover how monsters were created and designed, behind-the-scenes secrets, unseen details from the original scripts, case studies and rare artwork.
This lavish and visually stunning book provides an unrivalled wealth of information, allowing you to explore the rich history of Doctor Who and expand your knowledge and understanding of characters old and new.
Lethbridge-Stewart: Kiss of the Ice Maiden Paperback
Lethbridge-Stewart: Kiss of the Ice Maiden (Paperback)
By Michael Sloan
Preview of the book:
“Lethbridge-Stewart moved through the overlapping shadows in the cemetery with his heart pounding in his chest. The coffin was shrouded by rain that sheeted across the ground. He knew what would be waiting for him, but he could not turn away from it. He approached the grave carefully, aware that one of the shadows could manifest itself into the shape of the creatures. Vines had wrapped their tentacles around the coffin. Lethbridge-Stewart stepped up to coffin, holding onto his revolver, and lifted the lid. He shoved it to one side, revealing the creature lying beneath. She was a scarecrow of the vision he had in his mind. Her skin was dry and flaked off when he touched it. She was a husk, wasting away as if ravaged by a deadly disease. Her eyes were obsidian, her long eyelashes a mockery of the once beautiful face. Its texture repelled him. It was his worst nightmare.”
The Kiss of the Ice Maiden is currently only available to pre-order. This is a limited release with only 300 copies being printed. A limited hardback edition is also available for £25 (+ p&p). This will include a postcard and free book featuring stories from the LSVerse.
This book is not covered by any subscription.
You can also buy a bundle of both the paperback and hardback editions of Kiss of the Ice Maiden AND Lost in Christmas:
The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: The Phantoms of Tusker Rock
The Lucy Wilson Mysteries: The Phantoms of Tusker Rock PRE-ORDER
by Christopher Bryant
Lucy Wilson might be the scourge of all things extra-terrestrial, but her latest opponent is a little closer to home. Try as Lucy might, her dad just doesn’t get it. Earth’s last line of defence doesn’t get to take days off, even if it means staying out on a school night!
Particularly when those nights are broken by the sound of supernatural howling. And ghostly Vikings stalking the streets. And a mysterious coven of druids, led by someone who looks awfully like the little old woman down the road… Whatever her dad says, Lucy’s got a job to do. But with night falling, and the waters rising, soon she finds herself cut off from everyone she loves.
The Lucy Wilson Mysteries is a Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off adventure inspired by characters created for Doctor Who by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln.
Birds of Passage
Birds of Passage
By J Frank Andreas
In the 1960s Ian Gilmore led a special military group that dealt with the unusual and the unexplained. Including, occasionally, aliens. They were the Intrusion Countermeasures Group. Eventually it was determined the group was no longer needed, and soon other organisations took their place; like the Fifth Operational Corps and UNIT.
Almost a decade later, Air Vice Marshal Gilmore is looking forward to his retirement, enjoying life as a father and husband. But a someone is out to discredit him and the work he did, targeting both him and his family! Soon, Gilmore has no choice but to go on the run in an effort to protect his son. Only there is a further complication.
The think-tank that his wife was involved in has disappeared. Help appears in the form of Major Bill Bishop of the Fifth Operational Corps, and former member of the Intrusion Countermeasures Group, Allison Williams. Together they will attempt to uncover the architects of the conspiracy, and rescue both Gilmore’s and Bishop’s wives; Anne Travers and Rachel Jensen!
From the creative minds of Andrew Cartmel, Andy Frankham-Allen and Ben Aaronovitch comes a new thriller series featuring characters originally created for Doctor Who.
Birds of Passage and Birds of Prey (book 2 in the series) are currently up for a limited pre-order bundle price!