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What We’re Looking At

Rafa Orrico is inspired by the unsettling Polish movie posters of the Communist era. If you like what you see, he has a book out.

What We’re Talking About

New Year’s Doctor Who special blessed us with an unexpected coming-out story and made #Thamsin canon. These (1) are (2) our (3) favorite (4) reactions (5)

In case you didn’t stick around for the teaser at the end of ‘Eve of the Daleks’, another classic Doctor Who monster is back.

For 3 more days you can get a humble bundle of Star Trek Adventures books in PDF form. It’s for charity so you can Pay What You Want.

Farscape is airing on Comet! from TODAY. Find out how you can get the service here.

Okay, we missed it in the rush towards the holidays but there’s a first pic from The Orville Season 3.

What We’re Watching

Clutch your pearls for the new red-band Peacemaker trailer. The show is coming to HBO Max on January 13.

What We’re Buying*

*These aren’t sponsored, we don’t get a cut, and nobody sends us freebies. It’s just some cool stuff we’re lusting over hard.

Explore Doctor Who‘s New Adventures in a new hardcover from fandom archivist David J. Howe priced £34.99 GBP (approx $48 USD).

In it, you’ll discover the early role played by writers like Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat in keeping the story alive when the show was off-air

Get the look of Boba Fett with the new bounty hunter-inspired Ozelia from Adidas.

The design riffs on Fett’s ship and is available in the US store for $100 USD. (approx £74 GBP)

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