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Mark Gatiss - Gareth Roberts - Tom MacRae - Justin Richards - Storybook ​2007
Thrilling ​Adventures in Time and Space! Join the Doctor and Rose on a whole new set of TARDIS travels from the incredible imaginations of many of the TV Series' scriptwriters — all lavishly illustrated in full colour! Their adventures take them from an art gallery on the moon to the sleepy summer of 1975, from a deserted village to a space station under attack, and from an alien opera house to a spooky graveyard where the dead won't stay dead... Contains eight unmissable adventure stories: _Cuckoo-Spit_ by Mark Gatiss _The Cat came_ Back by Gareth Roberts _Once Upon a Time_ by Tom MacRae _Opera of Doom_ by Jonathan Morris _Gravestone House_ by Justin Richards _Untitled_ by Robert Shearman _No One Died_ by Nicholas Briggs _Corner of the Eye_ by Steven Moffat Plus a message from the Doctor himself — as told to Russell T Davies!

Steven Moffat - Mark Gatiss - Sherlock ​- The Great Game
A ​mystery enemy is causing utter chaos for Holmes and Watson. The villain creates a series of clues for the duo to solve - and if they don't solve them, an innocent victim will die. Can Holmes and Watson solve the mysteries - and can they avoid becoming victims themselves?

Mark Gatiss - Doctor ​Who: The Roundheads
"I ​tell you — we will cut off this King's head. Aye, with the crown on it!" It is December 1648. Although victorious over the Cavaliers in the Civil Wars, the Roundheads are struggling to retain power. Plans are afoot to spirit King Charles from his prison, and the Doctor and his companions become embroiled in the intrigue... Ben finds himself press-ganged and on board a mysterious ship to Amsterdam. Polly is an unwitting accomplice in the plot to rescue the King, and the Doctor and Jamie find themselves arrested and imprisoned in the Tower of London under suspicion of conspiracy. Can the Doctor and Jamie escape, manage to find Ben and Polly and still ensure that history remains on its proper course?

Mark Gatiss - The ​Vesuvius Club
Lucifer ​Box is the darling of the Edwardian belle monde - society's most fashionable portrait painter is a wit, a dandy, a rake, the guest all hostesses (and not a few hosts) must have. But few know that Lucifer Box is also His Majesty's most accomplished and daring secret agent. And so of course when Britain's most prominent scientists begin turning up dead, there is only one man his country can turn to.

Mark Gatiss - Nightshade
"I ​have done enough!" Ace has never known the Doctor so withdrawn and melancholic. He is avoiding her company, seeking solace in the forgotten rooms and labyrinthine passages of his ancient time machine. Perhaps he will find the peace he yearns for on his favourite planet, Earth, in the second half of the twentieth century — in the isolated village of Crook Marsham, to be precise, in 1968, the year of peace, love and understanding. But one by one the villagers are being killed. The Doctor has to act, but for once he seems helpless, indecisive, powerless. What are the signals from space that are bombarding the radio telescope on the moor? What is the significance of the local legends from the Civil War? And what is the aeons-old power that the Doctor is unable to resist?

Steven Moffat - Mark Gatiss - Sherlock ​- A Study in Pink
Adapting ​the episodes of the smash-hit TV series starring worldwide superstars Benedict Cumberbatch (upcoming Doctor Strange) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit). Holmes and Watson tackle brain-teasing crimes in modern-day London in this stunning Manga, presented in its original right-to-left reading order, and in the full chapters as originally serialized! Meet Holmes and Watson for the first time... all over again!

Mark Gatiss - Doctor ​Who: Last of the Gaderene
The ​aerodrome in Culverton has new owners, and they promise an era of prosperity for the idyllic village. But former Spitfire pilot Alex Whistler is suspicious - when black-shirted troops appear on the streets, he contacts his old friend Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart at U.N.I.T. The Third Doctor is sent to investigate - and soon uncovers a sinister plot to colonise the Earth. The Gaderene are on their way. An adventure featuring the Third Doctor as played by Jon Pertwee and his companion Jo

Mark Gatiss - Doctor ​Who: The Crimson Horror
‘We ​must get to the bottom of this dark and queer business, no matter what the cost! ’ Something ghastly is afoot in Victorian Yorkshire. Something that kills. Bodies are washing up in the canal, their skin a waxy, glowing red… But just what is this crimson horror? Madam Vastra, Jenny and Strax are despatched to investigate the mystery. Strangely reluctant to assist their enquiries is Mrs Winifred Gillyflower, matriarch of ‘Sweetville’, a seemingly utopian workers’ community. Why do all roads lead to the team's old friends Clara and the Doctor? Who is Mrs Gillyflower's mysterious silent partner Mr Sweet? And will the motley gang be in time to defeat the mysterious power that threatens all the world with its poison?

Mark Gatiss - Black ​Butterfly
LUCIFER ​BOX. He's tall, he's dark and, like the shark, he looks for trouble. Or so he wishes. For, with Queen Elizabeth newly established on her throne, the now elderly secret agent is reaching the end of his scandalous career. Despite his fast-approaching retirement, queer events leave Box unable to resist investigating one last case...Why have pillars of the Establishment started dying in bizarrely reckless accidents? Who are the deadly pay-masters of enigmatic assassin Kingdom Kum? And who or what is the mysterious Black Butterfly? From the seedy streets of Soho to the souks of Istanbul and the sun-drenched shores of Jamaica, Box must use his artistic licence to kill and eventually confront an enemy with its roots in his own notorious past. Can Lucifer Box save the day before the dying of the light?

Mark Gatiss - The ​Devil in Amber
Lucifer ​Box - the gorgeous butterfly of King Bertie's reign, portraitist, dandy and terribly good secret agent - is feeling his age. Assigned to observe the activities of fascist leader Olympus Mons and his fanatical Amber Shirts in a snow-bound 1920s New York, Box finds himself framed for a vicious murder. par Using all his native cunning, Box escapes aboard a vessel bound for England armed only with a Broadway midget's suitcase and a string of unanswered questions. What lies hidden in the bleak Norfolk convent of St Bede? What is 'the lamb' that Olympus Mons searches for in his bid for world domination? And what has all this to do with a medieval prayer intended to summon the Devil himself? From the glittering sophistication of Art Deco Manhattan to the eerie Norfolk coast and the snow-capped peaks of Switzerland The Devil in Amber takes us on a thrilling ride that pits Lucifer Box against the most lethal adversary of his career : the Prince of Darkness himself.

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