The pencil’s sharper so I’m guessing this is another day, and estimating it as the Tuesday of the same week I started the story. We’re in unprecendented territory now, following the same story over three episodes and almost as many days. Shepherd is finally flexing his writing muscles and showing us what he’s capable of. It’s still rubbish of course, but glorious rubbish. Matthew proves himself the most capable member of the group (actually, the only person who’s actually done anything so far) by using “the power of madness” to “knock the executer flat” - like The Hulk, but he can control and direct his anger wherever he likes - before breaking them out of jail “with his clean hands,” like a circus strongman ripping up a telephone directory. Oh, hang on - wasn’t Aaron Ross the one who previously worked in a circus? Yes, yes, but he was a clown, not a strongman. I haven’t completely forgotten who’s who. And he’s been shot, so who cares? Fortunately, on this barren rock near a random distant star, there just so happens to be a spaceship right outside that John Ward already has some previous experience of. And that means they can walk right in and nick it. No wonder the enemy ships start attacking. Only three episodes in and only three of Ward’s Seven actually left. When there were only six in the first place, because we haven’t even met Argos the Computer. Will this ever be resolved in a satisfactory way before the end of the week? Find out in: DEATH PLANET!
Ward's 7: Escape to Mother Ship
TERM 2 The birth of the 1980s - Blake’s 7, Blondie and battles in space
Great Space Battles Three mighty empires take their first steps into outer space
Waen Shepherd 2 Waen’s heroic antics in the far-flung future of 2007 AD!
Ward’s 7: Escape to Mother Ship
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The Forgotten World John and Mick fall foul of some extreme potholing
Bonfire Night Waen’s first time at the annual village fireworks display
TERM 1 A day-by-day account of Waen’s first term at Fairburn School
TERM 2 The birth of the 1980s - Blake’s 7, Blondie and battles in space
Great Space Battles Three mighty empires take their first steps into outer space
Waen Shepherd 2 Waen’s heroic antics in the far-flung future of 2007 AD!
Ward’s 7:
Escape to Mother Ship
Ward's 7: Escape to Mother Ship
The pencil’s sharper so I’m guessing this is another day, and estimating it as the Tuesday of the same week I started the story. We’re in unprecendented territory now, following the same story over three episodes and almost as many days. Shepherd is finally flexing his writing muscles and showing us what he’s capable of. It’s still rubbish of course, but glorious rubbish. Matthew proves himself the most capable member of the group (actually, the only person who’s actually done anything so far) by using “the power of madness” to “knock the executer flat” - like The Hulk, but he can control and direct his anger wherever he likes - before breaking them out of jail “with his clean hands,” like a circus strongman ripping up a telephone directory. Oh, hang on - wasn’t Aaron Ross the one who previously worked in a circus? Yes, yes, but he was a clown, not a strongman. I haven’t completely forgotten who’s who. And he’s been shot, so who cares? Fortunately, on this barren rock near a random distant star, there just so happens to be a spaceship right outside that John Ward already has some previous experience of. And that means they can walk right in and nick it. No wonder the enemy ships start attacking. Only three episodes in and only three of Ward’s Seven actually left. When there were only six in the first place, because we haven’t even met Argos the Computer. Will this ever be resolved in a satisfactory way before the end of the week? Find out in: DEATH PLANET!
Superman the Movie Souvenir programme from when I went to the pictures with Louise
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