I reviewed the phenomenal War Doctor Volume 4:Casualties of War on CultBox. It’s really rather good (the boxset, not my review!), and no hesitation in awarding 5*! The review is: ‘The War Doctor’ Volume 4 review: A raft of great performances in ‘Casualties of War’. /// Message Ends \\\
Ian McArdell and I put our heads together and selected out top 10 Big Finish Doctor Who releases for 2016. It’s a good mix, reflecting both our tastes. If you’re interested it’s over on CultBox: 10 of Big Finish’s best ‘Doctor Who’ audio releases in 2016. *** Message Ends ***
Here’s a link to (yes you guessed it) my CultBox review of War Doctor 3: Agents of Chaos. In some ways this is my favourite set in it gets on and tells a decent couple of stories rather than having to take time building context. What do you think? +++ Message Ends +++
Hot on the heels of The War Doctor Volume 1: Only the Monstrous comes The War Doctor Volume 2: Infernal Devices. If the first volume was Nick Briggs re-capturing some flavours of Dalek Empire from the point of view of a set of intriguing characters, this volume is a study in themes, almost an audio essay, by John…
I gave some thought to Ian McArdell as part of his Top 10 Big Finish Doctor Who releases of 2015. The list is over on Cultbox: Top 10 ‘Doctor Who’ audio releases from Big Finish in 2015. Do have a look and let me know if you agree or disagree! <-+ Message Ends +->
My review of The War Doctor Volume 1: Only the Monstrous is now up on Cultbox. A great start to a new range and easily worthy of 5*. The review is: ‘Doctor Who’ spin-off ‘The War Doctor’ Volume 1 review: ‘Only the Monstrous’. –+ Message Ends +–
Massive, seismic and rule-changing aren’t enough to describe the news of four three-disc boxsets for John Hurt as the War Doctor. That was a teaser and a half!