James Tynion IV and Michael Avon Oeming’s “Blue Book: 1961” faithfully retells Betty and Barney Hill’s story.
Author: Michael Cook
John Scalzi’s “Starter Villain” offers an enthralling, riotously funny romp through supervillain tropes and inept billionaire businessmen.
“Doctor Who: Once and Future” continues with a rip-roaringly fun mashup of “Doctor Who” and H.G. Wells’ “The War of the Worlds”.
Dan Frey’s “Dreambound” is a fast-paced, wholly satisfying, and thrilling fantasy mystery that explores just how powerful stories can be.
Carissa Orlando’s “The September House” offers a modern haunted house story mixed with a deep dive into the cycles of violence and abuse.
“The Diary of River Song: The Orphan Quartet” ends Big Finish’s River Song series with a collection of haunting, grief-filled stories.
Christopher Eccleston returns in “Doctor Who: Travel in Hope”, a trilogy of tense, farcical, and thrilling audio dramas from Big Finish.
Big Finish’s celebration of Doctor Who’s 60th anniversary continues in “Once and Future: Two’s Company”, an enjoyably light and fluffy romp.
Doctor Who’s multi-platform event, “Doom’s Day”, is off to an uneven start; an intriguing premise with uneven execution.
Daniel Kraus’ “Whalefall” offers a tense, thrilling, and emotional exploration of grief and survival – all inside the belly of a whale.