With the suggestion of Kris Marshall being the subject of heavy betting (Doctor Who TV: KRIS MARSHALL 13TH DOCTOR BETS SUSPENDED AFTER SUDDEN SPIKE. This led me to look at the various odds being offered, to see who else is on the list; queue this post!
What if there had been more 1960s Doctor Who movies with Peter Cushing? That’s the premise talented artist Dave Burgess has explored with artwork such as that for Dr. Who and the Dalek Masterplan (see picture on the left). Dave has a portfolio: DR. WHO | MOVIE ARTWORK and much else here besides.
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 \\\
February 2017 and it’s a George Mann Short Trip for the Third Doctor, Jo Grant and Capt Mike Yates. It’s read by Tim Treloar and directed by Lisa Bowerman. Key questions are: is it any good and if so, why?
Obverse Books has released details of it’s now monthly Black Archive range, book length investigations of single stories. The titles now go right through 2018 and cover all Doctors except the War Doctor (but including the Shalka Doctor).
I found a superb Doctor Who site I thought I’d share in case (like I was) you are unaware of it. It’s called A Brief History of Time (Travel) and is by Shannon Patrick Sullivan.
Massive news about the Short Trips range today. Not only do we get the first ever two-part story, but it’s also narrated by two voices. If that seems only passingly interesting, the two voices are those of Jago & Litefoot! Did I mention the story has the Tenth Doctor in it?