The release of the trailer for the revival of an exhausted franchise is not a major cultural event.
The sheer, unrelenting misery of the British cinema experience in the early 1980s.
Remembering the glory days of the most ephemeral publications on the market.
The oddly old-fashioned and pulpy science fiction comic book series from the people who brought you Commando.
The TV series covering the major names from the final days of serious science fiction literature.
The rise and fall of British TV’s most notoriously raunchy dance troupe and brief pop music sensations.
You are probably not going to retire on the proceeds of selling a comic book collection.
The series of novels based around the legendary comic strip sci-fi hero Flash Gordon that appeared – with very different covers – in the US and UK during the Seventies.
The controversial action figure from an adults-only horror movie that was pitched at kids during the Star Wars toy boom.
The ill-judged legal case that opened the floodgates to X-rated space opera parodies.
1980 film Raise the Titanic sunk without trace on release, but it far from the unmitigated disaster that many claim.
Yet another atrocious holiday season cash-in from the Star Wars money machine.