Gallifrey Time War Volume 2 review

Things ended badly for Romana at the end of Gallifrey Time War Volume 1 and she struggles to turn things around throughout this new Volume 2. Spoiler alert: Rasillon is back and now in charge. This can only mean the Time War is about to get very serious indeed…

Hell Bent reviewed

So, Hell Bent. If you haven’t seen it, click away now. This review of the Steven Moffat Twelfth Doctor story is littered with spoilers. What the Hell! If you’re just passing, I liked this (in the main) though wish it had tried a bit less and achieved a lot more. Not to say it didn’t achieve a…

Maisie Who?

So, the main question we have from the series 9 teaser trailer is this one: just who is Maisie Williams? I’ve already had theories she might be Clara or even Susan, but I think the evidence now points to a different possibility… In this article I’ll consider every possible idea I can think of; my…

Engines of War by George Mann reviewed

The idea of Doctor Who novels being produced regardless of how fleeting the appearance of the Time Lord’s incarnation is not a new one. Paul McGann’s Doctor was the hero of dozens of novels and comic strips after his initial TV appearance as well as many Big Finish audios. In this light, George Mann’s Engines of War should be…

The Divergent Universe arc reviewed

Following various sales I collected all the Charley and Eighth Doctor stories from after Zagreus up until before The Girl Who Never Was. This comprises the stories from the Divergent Universe (which I review in this piece) and the subsequent stories (which I may review elsewhere). Scherzo also came in this set but that is reviewed here: Scherzo by Robert Shearman…

The History of the Time War

One of the many images available in the gallery for Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS is the picture shown on the left – that of an ancient book entitled The History of the Time War. Now i don’t remotely think we will learn anything of the Time War from this episode and I am…