What really attracts here is the excellent rendition of the three central characters.
While Catching Bullets is a history of James Bond on screen, it is far from another dry reference tome or coffee table book, but rather is a memoir of the films and the times they were produced in.
Billed as “a high concept thriller for fans of Inception and The Adjustment Bureau”, Sleepwalkers is the debut novel from Being Human writer Tom Grieves.
After battling criminal masterminds, horrible hounds, and even the giant rat of Sumatra, what's left for Sherlock Holmes to face? How about a 'sharktopus'?
Presenting us with a lone, and perhaps lonesome, Eleventh Doctor, Dark Horizons is a trip further back into Earth’s history than the show often achieves on television.
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.