The Greatest Show in the Galaxy review

Back in the day (ie the 1980s) I was fast losing interest in Doctor Who but recent reappraisal of episodes from the time has left with with growing respect for the era. This time it’s The Greatest Show in the Galaxy I turn my attention to. I had little regard for it at the time…

An Alien Werewolf in London review

Alan Barnes concludes a very enjoyable run of Seventh Doctor and Mags main range stories with An Alien Werewolf in London. Title alone this owes nothing to the film of a similar name, instead it’s a chance for Ace to catch-up with the Doctor. Now living in 1990s London, Ace needs help rescuing an alien…

Doctors and Dragons review on CultBox

As someone who spent more than a little of their time at university playing D&D, it really enjoyed producer, and in this case writer, Alfie’s Shaw’s Doctor Who Short Trips: Doctors and Dragons. I reviewed this Seventh Doctor and Ace gem for CultBox: Doctor Who: Doctors And Dragons review. ./] Message Ends [\.

The Moons of Vulpana review

May 2019 and the main range release is a Seventh Doctor story, The Moons of Vulpana, the second with punk-werewolf Mags (Jessica Martin) on-board the TARDIS. Written by Emma Reeves, it explores the backstory of Mags’s people by taking a trip to her homeworld of Vulpana. Like last month’s Monsters of Gokroth, it’s a very…