We also heard from
John Worrall ( disputing Calum Waddell’s take on Dawn Of The Dead’s Marxist credibility); Ian Kirkham ( predicting that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be the highest grossing film of 2015 – nice thought, but remember it ’s only got 13 days to do it!); Simon Phillips ( loving Edge Of Tomorrow all the way from Japan); Steve ( asking us if we’ve had a brain- swap – that’s a very personal question, Steve. But no); Craig Sheridan and Keith Tudor ( with some niggles about our new online home at GamesRadar. com/ sfx – give it a chance, chaps. We think you’ll come to love it); Neil (“still reeling” that Missy turned out to be the Master after all. “The Rani would have made more sense”);
John Hewitt (“A wee mention for The Lord Inquisitor and Exterminatus. Two fan- based movies being made of the Warhammer 40k universe”); Dave Normington (“The next few years are going to be amazing for sci- fi fans); Tudor ( again, enjoying an unexpected Roots/ Star Trek crossover episode – honestly, who expected that?); Terry Westmorland (“I want Dune, with flying proper Ornithopters and fighting with the ‘ Weirding Way’. Shai Hulud!”); Stephen Saul ( who wants to see Avengers: Age Of Ultra Nate – well, you’re free to want what you want to want, Stephen); Stefan Driver ( looking forward to “the Marvel stuff, dinosaurs and… STAR WARS!”); Stephen Keene- Elliott ( wondering if Dave Langford has read Boom Studios’ Memetic by James Tynion IV and illustrated by Eryk Donovan); Keith Tudor ( again, again – this time Keith’s enjoying season two of Sleepy Hollow. “It combines the horror and fantasy elements very well with humour and banter.” Thanks for all the correspondence, Keith! You have won a gold star); David Tobin ( wanting to see a movie version of Dean Koontz’s The Taking); and many, many more….