My review of The Paternoster Gang: Heritage 3 is now live on CultBox: The Paternoster Gang: Heritage 3 audio review. In my view it’s the strongest in this range so far and a good Big Finish debut for Robert Valentine (whose second release Shadow of the Sun is out now!). +++ Message Ends +++
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…
It’s a one-off rather than a regular occurrence, but there can only be so many mysteries to go round even in Victorian London! As part of Paternoster Gang: Heritage 4, Henry Gordon Jago will be helping Mme Vastra, Jenny and Strax! It’s also a Christmas story!
As I said earlier, I enjoyed Paternoster Gang: Heritage 2 and I put a review together for Cultbox. It’s The Paternoster Gang: Heritage 2 review. Snappy title or what! >>> Message Ends <<<
I’ve now listened to the second volume of stories, Paternoster Gang: Heritage 2 and while I’m no closer to understanding why heritage, I do feel the series is finding its feet. I’ve several thoughts about the structure of the boxsets so far and what I particularly think works. I share them below…
As I said when I put some thoughts together on Paternoster Gang Heritage 1, I would do a full review. That review is on CultBox: The Paternoster Gang: Heritage 1 review. ((( Message Ends )))
I’ve just finished Paternoster Gang: Heritage 1 and thought I’d capture some observations (review coming). These should be pretty much spoiler free, at least regards content, though you may wish to come back to this if you’ve not heard the boxset yet.