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July 23rd, 2021 2 comments

CutAwayComics From the World of Doctor Who Orcini

Available to order with Bonus Added Value from www.cutawaycomics.co.uk

Exiled from the Grand Order of Oberon, celebrated Grand Master Orcini and his brave squire Bostock traverse the Hinterlands in search of honour amidst the chaos.

However, it soon becomes clear that they are not alone in this strange part of the galaxy. Is the hunter about to become the hunted?

Bonus Added Value DVD Orcini

When ordered direct from Cutaway Comics, Orcini also comes with an exclusive DVD featuring the following:

Audio Content:

  • Newly recorded ‘Revelation of the Daleks’ commentary with Trevor Cooper (Takis), Colin Spaull (Lilt) and Graeme Harper (Director), moderated by Justin Johnson

Video Content:

  • Extended Highlights from In Conversation with Graeme Harper, hosted by Matt Charlton
  • Trailers for Omega and Paradise Towers

Orcini – Story and Background:

Orcini, and his trusty squire Bostock (as seen in the 1985 Doctor Who story ‘Revelation of the Daleks’) return in this all-new adventure, written by their original creator and Doctor Who legend Eric Saward!

Legends speak of Orcini, the Knight of the Grand Order of Oberon, who just needs to breathe on his enemies to kill them. Alongside him, his loyal squire, Bostock. Bostock’s instincts are sound, and the one time that Orcini failed to listen to Bostock, it resulted in Orcini receiving an artificial leg as a result.

In this brand-new adventure, Orcini has been exiled from the Grand Order of Oberon, and makes his living as an assassin. Both Orcini and Bostock traverse the Hinterlands in search of honour amidst the chaos.

However, it soon becomes clear that they are not alone in this strange part of the galaxy. Is the hunter about to become the hunted?

Written by Eric Saward (Lytton) and featuring cover and interior art by Adrian Salmon (Doctor Who Magazine), Orcini is a full-colour one-shot complete with extra content including sketches, artist commentary and more!


Categorised under: Books, Graphic novels and comics

2 comments

  • Squab

    July 23rd, 2021 - 10:51pm

    Very cool. I’m not a great fan of Adrian Salmon’s artwork but will pick this up nonetheless. Just love Eric Saward’s characters.

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  • Sons of Skaro

    July 23rd, 2021 - 3:25pm

    “He may smell like rotting flesh, but he’s an excellent squire.”

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