Schedule for Early 2019

Black Archive Schedule for Early 2019

Obverse Books can now announce the monthly Black Archive titles for the first half of 2019, following on directly from our 2018 schedule.

The six books cover stories spanning 46 years and scripted by some of Doctor Who’s most distinguished names, including its second script editor and the two most recent showrunners. Five of them are written by new contributors to the Black Archive, who pitched them during our 2017 open submissions process.

The schedule is as follows:

  • January 2019 – The Black Archive #27: The Face of Evil by Thomas Rodebaugh
  • February 2019 – The Black Archive #28: Love & Monsters by Niki Haringsma
  • March 2019 – The Black Archive #29: Warriors’ Gate by Frank Collins
  • April 2019 – The Black Archive #30: Survival by Craig Jones
  • May 2019 – The Black Archive #31: The Impossible Astronaut / Day of the Moon by John Toon
  • June 2019 – The Black Archive #32: The Romans by Jacob Edwards

We will be announcing our titles for late 2019 and 2020 towards the end of this year.

Our schedule for 2018 remains unchanged (at least since we last changed it):

  • January 2018 – The Black Archive #15: Full Circle by John Toon – AVAILABLE NOW
  • February 2018 – The Black Archive #16: Carnival of Monsters by Ian Potter – AVAILABLE NOW
  • March 2018 – The Black Archive #17: The Impossible Planet / The Satan Pit by Simon Bucher-Jones
  • April 2018 – The Black Archive #18: Marco Polo by Dene October
  • May 2018 – The Black Archive #19: The Eleventh Hour by Jon Arnold
  • June 2018 – The Black Archive #20: Face the Raven by Sarah Groenewegen
  • July 2018 – The Black Archive #21: Heaven Sent by Kara Dennison
  • August 2018 – The Black Archive #22: Hell Bent by Alyssa Franke
  • September 2018 – The Black Archive #23: The Curse of Fenric by Una McCormack
  • October 2018 – The Black Archive #24: The Time Warrior by Matthew Kilburn
  • November 2018 – The Black Archive #25: Doctor Who (1996) by Paul Driscoll
  • December 2018 – The Black Archive #26: The Dæmons by Matt Barber

For details of our published titles see the Black and the Silver Archives, see elsewhere on this website.