I reviewed July’s Doctor Who: Short Trips – Battle Scars for CultBox. It’s a Ninth Doctor story, with Nick Briggs reading and former Paul Spragg competition winner Selim Ulug with writing credits. It’s a Titanic tale [sic!] and a good one. My review is: Doctor Who: Battle Scars review. ((+ Message Ends +))
This weekend (end July 2019) there’s a Big Finish Companion Chronicles clear-out sale. It’s the whole eight series, and far too many titles to get then all. I’ve had a quick scan and gone for ten titles in Companion Chronicles range to start your collection. Snappy!
After too long a gap, Sheridan Smith returned in more full-cast Lucie Miller stories with the Eighth Doctor. There’s a bit of an arc to The Further Adventures of Lucie Miller Volume 1, but not so as to get in the way of the storytelling. My thoughts are up on CultBox now: The Further Adventures…
I’m fast becoming a huge fan of the Derek Jacobi War Master boxsets, and Rage of the Time Lords is no exception to that trend. We get the addition of Paul McGann’s Eighth Doctor in this set, and while most welcome, I do feel these sets stand with just the War Master at the centre.…
My take on Ravenous 3, the Eighth Doctor, Liv and Helen (plus Eleven…) boxset is available on CultBox: Doctor Who: Ravenous Volume 3 review. Another good set, if dominated by the Eleven rather than the Ravenous. <<< Message Ends >>>
As I said when I put some thoughts together on Paternoster Gang Heritage 1, I would do a full review. That review is on CultBox: The Paternoster Gang: Heritage 1 review. ((( Message Ends )))
To celebrate 20 years of the Doctor Who licence, Big Finish has announced a special two-day Flash Sale! Head to page 20yearsofwho and use access code SIRENS20 to gain access to these special offers. The discounts expire at 23:59 (UK time) on 22 July 2019, so move fast!