In 2014, Titan Comics began publishing new Doctor Who adventures, taking over the reins from IDW, the publisher who handled the property’s comics through the show’s 50th anniversary. They’ve published Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctor-based stories, but this week marks the beginning of a five-issue miniseries with the Ninth. I had a chance to interview the writer, Cavan Scott, over email regarding his story process, as well as some additional thoughts on Doctor Who as a whole.
We’ve been on a wild, dark ride as we’ve followed the straggling, remaining members of Team Torchwood try, in vain, to prevent the demands of the 456. Today, we’re wrapping up Children of Earth, and the ride is going to be bumpier than ever. Read More Retro Recap: Torchwood: Children of Earth, Day Five
The scariest moment in any monster story isn’t when the action surprises us. The scariest moment is when we realize that we are the monsters, that the ghouls and zombies and vampires and aliens are only a reflection of the darkest, vilest parts of us. Read More Retro Recap: Torchwood: “Children of Earth: Day Three”
I’ve got a major case of the giggles this week. So do my gifs! Read More Gif It to Me Baby: Giggles
Hello, lovelies! Coco’s sex column is taking a break this week, so I’m bringing you some of the gifs (and a couple of jpegs) that give me Feelings. Read More Gif It to Me Baby: Hey Sexy Lady
Going beyond physical desire, Torchwood‘s second series tackles the big questions of our human identity. What makes us who we are? And if we feel human, does that make us so?
I would like to think that Newton’s Law of Motion applies to many things, not just science. It’s a useful metaphor for life and plots of our favorite TV shows. Read More Retro Recap: Torchwood, Episode 2.11, “Adrift”
The circus has come to town and it’s creepy. This stand-alone episode tries to harness the inherent spookiness and twisted charm of an old-timey circus and inject it into the Torchwood world. Read More Retro Recap: Torchwood, Episode 2.10, “From Out of the Rain”