Big Finish has released details for the May 2020 release Paternoster Heritage 3. Yes, it’s the return of Vastra, Strax and Jenny for three more capers in Victorian London. Remain calm, human scum! Everyone’s favourite Victorian crime-fighting trio are back to solve mysteries, crack cases and, if all else fails, obliterate everything with acid grenades. We even…
Following from Missy Series 01, we have the exciting news of Missy Series 02! No Doctor in sight but a welcome return for the Rufus Hound Monk as Michelle Gomez delights us again with this most mercurial of Masters. Here are my thoughts on series 01. Press release after the break…
No, it’s not the latest series 12 twist or sequel to Fugitive of the Judoon, but it is the news John Barrowman and Alex Kingston finally get to team up in March. Yes, Big Finish brings us The Lives of Captain Jack volume 3.
I reviewed the latest Diary of River Song, series 7 for CultBox. I have to say it was a strong set of stories and refreshing not to have the focus on intersecting with every incarnation of the Doctor. My review is: The Diary of River Song series 7 audio review. >>> Message Ends <<<
It’s a one-off rather than a regular occurrence, but there can only be so many mysteries to go round even in Victorian London! As part of Paternoster Gang: Heritage 4, Henry Gordon Jago will be helping Mme Vastra, Jenny and Strax! It’s also a Christmas story!
John Simm will be making his Big Finish debut as the Master in 2021! If that wasn’t excitement enough there will be eight Masters in total (including Missy) in this release marking 50 years since the Master first appeared on TV.
As I said earlier, I enjoyed Paternoster Gang: Heritage 2 and I put a review together for Cultbox. It’s The Paternoster Gang: Heritage 2 review. Snappy title or what! >>> Message Ends <<<