Sugar has a good ear for an anecdote; even a story about him buying a $26 million jet is oddly charming.
Charting every one of the Dark Knight's appearances on film and TV, author Gary Collinson is a man who seems to know Batman better than Alfred the butler does.
Lovingly crafted, this Agents’ Technical Manual covers all the major elements of the show from Tracey Island itself through to all the major Thunderbird machines.
If you're one of the many languishing in limbo waiting for Series 3 of Sherlock then Andrew Lane's fourth Young Sherlock Holmes novel, Fire Storm, may help make that wait a little less interminable.
Shada is unique among Doctor Who stories in existing in its own time-space bubble.
For the Doctor Who fan, no events were more saddening last year than the twin losses of Nicholas Courtney and Elisabeth Sladen - the latter’s passing made all the more incomprehensible by those eternally youthful looks.
There was much joy when it was announced that Tom Baker would return to the role of the Fourth Doctor in new audio dramas.
More wittily ingenious than any mainstream TV tie-in book has a right to be, this is the Doctor Who annual we always wanted from our childhoods.
This lavish, revised edition of 2007’s Doctor Who Encyclopedia manages exhaustively to catalogue almost every onscreen detail of the revised series.
Blatantly targeting the Christmas book-buying market, The Silent Stars Go By is as traditional a slice of Who storytelling as you’d expect from the festive season.