Tuesday, 28 July 2009


Hey, how's it going? Good or bad I hope the last issue of Shooty Dog Thing (for now) will make your day that little bit better.

Here's what's in the issue this time:

'Future Legend' cover by Cody Schell
Editorial by Paul Castle
'Photo Of The Quarter' by Chad Knueppe
'Short Trips: The End Of The Road' by Jon Arnold
Lance Parkin interviewed by Paul Castle
'Where We But Dream To Go' poem by Simon Bucher-Jones
'AlternativeZ': Survivors and The Tomorrow People reviewed by Terry Francis
'6b Or Not 6b' by Paul Castle
'Who Could Have Been The Four-Five-Six? (It's A Fan Thing)' by Paul Castle
'PPG?' picture by Paul Montgomery
'Doctor Who Monthly' reviews: 'Action In Exile' by James Hadwen, 'The Choice' by Paul Castle, 'Vampire Science' by Wesley Osam, 'The Maltese Penguin' by Nicole Redo, 'Slipback' by James Gent, 'The Dominators' by Arfie Mansfield
Stuart Douglas interviewed by Paul Castle
Iris Wildthyme 'Movie Posters' by Cody Schell
'The Panda Book Of Horror' picture by Paul Magrs
'Iris Wildthyme And The Celestial Omnibus' reviewed by Jon Arnold
'Happy Times And Places' by Paul Castle
Gareth Kavanagh interviewed by Paul Castle
'The Master's Life On Mars' comic strip preview from Vworp Vworp by Gareth Kavanagh and John Daiker
From 'Black Scrolls': Ten Questions for Anneke Wills and Sophie Aldred by Gareth Kavanagh
'Suits You Sir!' by Paul Castle
'The Randomiser' by Paul Castle
'Fixing A Hole' by Nick Mellish
'Frank the Macra' cartoon by Mike Morgan

As always the issue comes in two free-to-download editions. This gives you a choice: you can either print it out as a proper fanzine, or read onscreen as an e-zine.

A5 Fanzine version (print this side first):
Side A (file size 3.55MB approx)
(and then flip the pages over as a whole and insert them into the sheetfeeder so that the blank side prints):
Side B (file size 2.54MB approx)

E-zine version:
Screencopy (file size 6.06MB)

As ever, all the back issues are still available by scrolling down the page or clicking the links to the left. I hope you enjoy the issue – let me know what you like!