Andrew Cartmel’s impact on Doctor Who and the Seventh Doctor is much discussed, but if you’d like a bit more, you might want to get hold of Comic Scene Issue 0. It comes up on offer sometimes, and covers many things connected with the UK comic scene (Issue 0 has articles on Dan Dare, The Prisoner and Tank Girl to name…
The latest Black Archive release (due September 3 2018) is the Seventh Doctor and Ace story The Curse of Fenric. If that’s not enough to tempt you to dip into this excellent range of books, you might like to know this particular study was written by Una McCormack, well-known for her Doctor Who written (Big Finish and other)…
Over on Amazon I’ve noticed a new Seventh Doctor novel series has been revealed, with the intriguing title of: Doctor Who: The Seventh Doctor Volume 1. The intriguing bit is the Volume 1 and the list of authors! Looking closer it’s actually the already announced Titan Comics releases for later this year. Nearly!
To mark its long overdue return in the Eighth Doctor boxset The Ravenous, here a few words about The Kandy Man! Much maligned, is he really a comic failure or just misunderstood? Let me know what you think in the comments! *** Message Ends ***
Here’s a random thing: Andrew Cartmel interviewed about all things Doctor Who in 2017. It’s on the Movie Viral website and is a skillful interview conducted by James Murphy. The interview is: Cartmel Blanche. Is worth a read for the explanation of the Cartmel Masterplan. There’s no big reveal, but it does give some insight. *** Message Ends ***
The first guest announcement for Big Finish Day 2018 is the Seventh Doctor himself, Sylvester McCoy! Details on the FaceBook event page discussion. Who next? Sophie perhaps? Who do you want to see? Will you be there? Let me know! +*+ Message Ends +*+
There’s a splendid post from Sophie Aldred over on Uncanny Magazine in which she covers her career, the job of a voice artist and even talks about Big Finish lunches! The post is: My Voice-Over Life. *** Message Ends ***