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John Dorney returned to his creation, The Rocket Men, in the March 2015 Fourth Doctor story Requiem for the Rocket Men. If the thought of bringing a foe from the First Doctor Companion Chronicles to meet the Fourth Doctor and Leela isn’t enough, the story throws in the Geoffrey Beevers Master as well!
Can a single story with this much content work in just one disc? Find out…
Regular visitors will know I am partial to good quality art. This means I am very interested in a new title from DWM: DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE SPECIAL: THE ART OF DOCTOR WHO. I have to admit to rarely buying the specials, but I will make an exception for this one. Continue reading
Fans of Iris Wildthyme had every reason to imagine they might never hear Katy Manning reprise the role of their favourite trans-temporal adventuress. Paul Magrs has been busy with the release of some great Brenda and Effie stories over at bafflegab and all looked lost. The imminent release of The Worlds of Big Finish offered some succour but would that be enough for the fans?
It’s forty years since Genesis of the Daleks saw an anguished Fourth Doctor debate the ultimate act of genocide and decline the opportunity [picture is taken from a free download from Daryl Joyce]. According to one source (ok The Mirror) the opening story of the next Twelfth Doctor season owes more than a little to this classic adventure.
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Peter Capaldi is talking to some young fans about companions in a clip just released by the BBC: Doctor Who: Who were the Doctor’s favourite companions?. Sadly his comments have some consequences for Big Finish continuity…
If you’ve thought about Candy Jar’s new Lethbridge-Stewart books, you might want to take advantage a free eBook – Top Secret Files. This is available from the Forgotten Son page, and while mostly just a set of promotional bits and pieces is free (or 99p on Kindle) and will give you a good idea of the style of the series.
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