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This magazine shows the dedication to the subject with a very nice tone for both the style and the text I think this sets a great standard for future 'magbooks', bookazines or whatever they can be called. I treally like the episode guide with the little goofs mentioned as well as describing some unused material and also the inclusion of the comic strips which by the way, can we have some as audio readings/dramas (especially the first one!)? All presented in a nice colour with suitable images, I'm now watching the series again with 'fresh eyes' Highly recommended Adie
Now this is more like it. After the missed opportunity that was Candy, Andy and the Bearandas, a good all-round overview of another short-lived Anderson rarity, which lasted just 13 episodes. I’ve seen Chris Dale’s credits on various features and fiction, and it looks like he knows his stuff. This covers all the bases for the more casual reader and dedicated fan alike. If there’s one gripe, it’s the price – as much as the chunkier and presumably hardback and delayed Terrahawks Comic Anthology yet with less pages. Calling it a ‘bookazine’ is a bit misleading. These should be a cross between a book and magazine, with a more substantial cover and higher page count. Full marks to Chris Dale for pulling all this together but a star lost for what is really a perfect bound magazine, compared to other similar publications in bookshops and newsagents.