Something exciting from Penguin Books: 100 Illustrated Adventures. What makes this notable is it’s 100 episodes chosen across Doctor Who, from the First to the Twelfth Doctors, with each illustrated by either a fan or professional artist and also including facts about the episode.
So, this year (2017) our Christmas Day Doctor Who treat is a multi-Doctor regeneration story and we have (so far) Peter Capaldi and David Bradley as the Twelfth and First Doctors respectively. We also have the (as yet unannounced) Thirteenth Doctor, and Clara Oswald probably. Is that it? I wonder…
Over on his blog (0tralala.blogspot.com aka Nothing Tra La La?), Simon Guerrier has the cover for his forthcoming Black Archive study of The Evil of the Daleks. The item in question is: Cover of Evil. This is one title I will be looking out for! ### Message Ends ###
Over on The Doctor Who Companion I contributed my thoughts to a piece on other series that could be animated. I picked Evil of the Daleks; if you’re interested check out: WHICH OTHER MISSING SERIALS SHOULD BE ANIMATED? (PART TWO). ))) Message Ends (((
You may have noticed the release of the animated Power of the Daleks this weekend, but did you spot Stuart Manning‘s cover for the February tinbox release, the Blu Ray with the colour and black & white versions? Rather nice! ^^^ Message Ends ^^^
Artist Stuart Manning has just posted this Web of Fear poster on FaceBook. Great in and of itself, but what’s more is he is after suggestions for others! Pop over to his page and add your own ideas. I went for Shada, Dalek Invasion of Earth, Daemons and Tomb of the Cybermen. What are your ideas? +++ Message Ends +++
In Playing Ben Jackson Part I, Elliot Chapman (shown dressed as Sixie at Big Finish Day 7) talked in great depth about approaching the role of Ben Jackson and gave a unique actor’s insight into how Michael Craze originally performed with the First Doctor. In this second part Elliot talks about Ben’s time with the Second Doctor, and Jamie.…