We are living in interesting times. While Big Finish is operating a download release first policy at present, they’ve also mixed it up and The Lives of Captain Jack 3 is released at midnight March 24/25. If you’re up late in the UK in isolation or it’s evening in the US, morning in Australia, check…
On the assumption we’d all like a little distraction at the moment, here’s the cover for the 1969 Robert Holmes Kroton Annual. Not mine, it’s the work of Paul Cooke. Enjoy! __= Message Ends =__
Given the global situation at the moment (March 2020 – look it up in your history books if you’re newly arrived from the future), the Doctor Who Appreciation Society (DWAS) has added more free content to their website. There’s also the YouTube channel.
With the dust now settled on Doctor Who series 12, I’ve dusted off my spreadsheets and done a little look at how popular it all was according to various metrics. I’m not sure what it all means, but is of some interest. This post is an update of my midway checkpoint.
Big Finish has released details for the May 2020 release Paternoster Heritage 3. Yes, it’s the return of Vastra, Strax and Jenny for three more capers in Victorian London. Remain calm, human scum! Everyone’s favourite Victorian crime-fighting trio are back to solve mysteries, crack cases and, if all else fails, obliterate everything with acid grenades. We even…
Big Finish is to create another Doctor Who Lost Story and this time it’s Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor in Return of the Cybermen. Some details are available and more are promised in the April Doctor Who Magazine. We don’t even have artwork yet, hence the weird version of Revenge of the Cybermen.
Another post on the Chibnall Masterplan where I argue that it’s a catastrophe, then go on to say that might be a good thing! Some of my argument is semantics; in my defence it’s also a chance to look back on the entire history of Doctor Who. Let’s do it!