Bernice Summerfield Unbound Universe review on Cultbox

bernice-summerfield-3-unbound-universeI reviewed Bernice Summerfield Volume 3: The Unbound Universe over on CultBox. I loved this set, Lisa Bowerman and David Warner were fantastic and Sam Kisgart did his best. The review is: ‘Doctor Who’ spin-off review: ‘New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield Volume 3’.

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Maker of Demons reviewed

maker-of-demonsMatthew J Elliott brings the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Mel trilogy to an end with Maker of Demons. It offers a less explored angle on the Doctor and a good mix of dark story with lighter, though grim, dialogue. In some ways it’s Doctor Who and The Tempest, but in a good way. Unlike Forbidden Planet there are no robots; apart from that it’s hard to find fault with this story. Continue reading

More Doctor Who and Philosophy review

more-doctor-who-and-philosophyAs you might guess, More Doctor Who and Philosophy is a follow-up to the intriguing Doctor Who and Philosophy and in some ways is a better book. It’s smaller yet I feel more perfectly formed, and definitely something I recommend if you want a new angle on the show. Why do I think that? Read on… Continue reading