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June 22nd, 2021 6 comments

CutAwayComics From the World of Doctor Who Lytton Issue #4

Available to order from www.forbiddenplanet.com

The pursuit of Mr Longbody has unexpectedly led Wilson and Lytton to a parallel Earth, where they have found Artemis, a young woman trapped in an abandoned Underground station.

With hunters closing in, the only move left is to flick the switch on the mysterious generator on the platform and see what happens…

Also available to order with additional material listed below from www.cutawaycomics.co.uk

Bonus Added Value DVD Issue #4

  • New audio commentary for THE VISITATION with MATTHEW WATERHOUSE (Adric) and ERIC SAWARD (writer/script editor), moderated by the BFI’s JUSTIN JOHNSON
  • Commentary on Lytton #4 with BARRY RENSHAW (artist) and ERIC SAWARD (writer)
  • Newly filmed interview with ERIC SAWARD, hosted by MATT CHARLTON
  • Trailer for PARADISE TOWERS
  • And an Easter Egg!


Categorised under: Books, Graphic novels and comics

6 comments

  • Anonymous

    June 23rd, 2021 - 4:09pm

    Wonder what the ‘Easter Egg’ is! 😀

    Reply
  • Who

    June 4th, 2021 - 10:42am

    Looks a lot like Dr doom on the yellow cover hope marvel don’t think so

    Reply
    • Anonymous

      June 4th, 2021 - 12:48pm

      looks like a green skinned creature in a samurai costume to me and reckon it will to marvel or anyone else who looks at it as well

    • Anonymous

      June 4th, 2021 - 7:29pm

      Looks vaguely like a Terileptil to me and with Eric Saward writing this I suppose it could be possible to include his other creation.

    • Chris Howarth

      June 9th, 2021 - 10:24am

      I can’t imagine the ones in The Visitation being able to swing a sword like that.

    • bryan

      June 22nd, 2021 - 11:09pm

      I do wonder if the Giveaway, that it is A Terileptil, is the commentary this issue is The Visitation.

      I do think there could be a great series with the Terileptil’s . The ones we met had been on Ragga , the punishment planet . So maybe a fit young Terileptil, would be able to swing a sword. Like Madam Vastra and the new series iteration of Silurians , who move much better than the Old Ones from the Pertwee era.

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