Behold the new issue!
Get set to Time Lord it up as we celebrate all 13 faces of Doctor Who in the latest issue of SFX magazine. Plus: Incredibles 2, Luke Cage, Warhammer: Age of Sigmar and all the hottest news, reviews, and features from every reality in the geek multiverse.
We bring you an exclusive chat with the showrunner behind Killjoys season 4, take a peek at the prequel to feel good favourite The Purge and bring you all the latest intel on the new US TV season. Plus: Wynonna Earp, Mary Shelley, and more!
Doctor Who: Tom Baker
The fourth Doctor himself is on the line to SFX. It's like hearing the voice of God, wrapped in a fantastic scarf. An exclusive chat with the mighty Tom Baker as his first season arrives on Blu-ray. "I don't mind people stopping me in the street and making jokes about me..." he reveals.
The 13 Faces of Doctor Who
And that's not all from the TARDIS... Jodie Whittaker's on her way and we're counting down with a massive, multi-Doctor serving of Gallifreyan goodness, including an exclusive interview with Sylvester McCoy and a preview of what to expect from Doctor 13!
Pixar's first family of superheroes are back on the big screen. If you have shares in the cape industry, sell now. We're talking to the movie's producers about the pressures of following an animated classic, 14 years on... wait, 14 years? How did that happen?!
Warhammer: Age of Sigmar
So what's the deal with the latest Warhammer update? We enter the Mortal Realms in the name of investigative journalism, bringing you an exclusive look at the new edition of Age of Sigmar. Stand by your Orruks and polish your Grots...
Ever wondered what happened to the creator of ITV2 sitcom No Heroics? Probably not, but he has just made a film with Jodie Foster. Welcome to the Hotel Artemis. You can check out any time you like but you can never leave...
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