The Thirteenth and current Doctor Who (played by Jodie Whittaker), crosses paths with Tenth incarnation (David Tennant), with Weeping Angels and Autons thrown in for good measure
A unique German perspective on World War II, as a company of misfits are sent on suicide missions to the Eastern Front
Pat Mills’ slice of 70s satire, Sugar Jones is the 40-year-old who will do anything to be loved by her TV audience
Garth Ennis returns to WWII with the true story of British Royal Navy pilots, flying venerable wooden biplanes covered only in fabric
Ben Aaronovitch’s London copper has to travel to Fairie in pursuit of street racers in the eighth graphic novel outing for the ever-popular Rivers of London series.
The second collection of the monthly Rivers of London comics is even better than the first
After a brief summer hiatus we’re back. First up we return to the Cursed Earth with Judge Dredd, in a deluxe edition that includes controversial chapters that haven’t been printed since 1978.
A bandes dessinée fantasy classic from the 80s sees a buxom heroine embark on an epic quest. But is it all a bit too passé for our enlightened times?
The best-selling series of fantasy thrillers comes to comics, with writer Ben Aaronovitch teaming up with co-writer Andrew Cartmel and artist Lee Sullivan
The second volume in Cinebook’s The Marquis of Anaon series is a straight-up murder mystery, well worth exploring by fans of historically-set drama.