I’ve been incredibly touched by all the lovely messages people have sent regarding the end of Relative Dimensions in Doctor Who Magazine – thank you so much. Issue 500 felt like a good place to leave it – what a milestone! – but Tom and Peter asked if I’d do a ‘farewell’ column so I popped back for #502, which actually was a much better plan. I’m going to miss it a lot, but I felt the time was right to go – as I explained in the final column, I suspect it won’t be long before my children will not be quite so keen on having their adventures related to several thousand strangers every month! Now, you’ll have to excuse me as I blatantly wave around the bit of DWM 503 where people said nice things about the column – oh, and while I’m being shameless, here’s the bit about Blood and Ice winning the Best Comic Strip award too, although I don’t feel quite so guilty about sharing that, as loads of the credit for the success of the strip goes to the creative team, especially the amazing Martin Geraghty who brought it to life in ways I couldn’t have imagined.