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Novelization Review – ‘Doctor Who and the Pirate Planet’

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Once again, like with ‘City of Death’, I’m tackling a ‘Doctor Who’ Target novelization that is a slimmer and condensed version of the juicer and more fleshed-out novelization of ‘The Pirate Planet’ by Douglas Adams and James Goss. Please feel free to check out my thoughts on the slimmer book version of ‘Doctor Who and the Pirate Planet’. Continue reading

Quick Book Review – ‘Doctor Who and the Library of Time’

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With the upcoming ‘Doctor Who’ Target novelizations on their way this month, I’ve checked out the sampler book ‘Doctor Who and the Library of Time’. This was featured in issue #561 of ‘Doctor Who Magazine’. I’m glad I’ve checked this book out to get an idea what the new Target books will be like. Continue reading

Celebrating 55 Years of ‘Doctor Who’ #8

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Are you excited about this one? Today we celebrate the Eighth Doctor era in ‘Doctor Who’ for the 55th anniversary. Paul McGann had one story in his TV tenure as the Eighth Doctor in 1996 (two if you count ‘The Night of the Doctor’ as well). Now he’s had plenty of adventures in books, audios and comics. Continue reading

Novelization Review – ‘Doctor Who – City of Death’

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Yeah, you’re probably asking why I’ve done this review on the Target novelization of ‘City of Death’ by James Goss when I’ve already reviewed the original chunkier novelization of ‘City of Death’ by James Goss. But please feel free to check out my thoughts on this slimmer, condensed novelization of the story. Continue reading

Book/Audio Review – ‘Doctor Who and the Krikkitmen’

 

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Today I’ve added my book/audio review on ‘Doctor Who and the Krikkitmen’! This is the latest ‘lost adventure by Douglas Adams’ novelized by James Goss! The story features the Fourth Doctor, Romana and K-9. Continue reading

‘The Creature From The Pit’ and ‘Nightmare of Eden’ with Tom Baker

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I’ve posted two new DVD reviews today on two ‘Doctor Who’ stories! They star Tom Baker as the Doctor and Lalla Ward as Romana with K-9, voiced by David Brierley. Continue reading

‘Shada’ Mania

  

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I love ‘Shada’! Do you love ‘Shada’? Well, you must have had the 2017 DVD of ‘Shada’ for Christmas like I had. I enjoyed this new version of ‘Shada’ so much and now I’ve added my review to it on my blog with my other ‘Shada’ reviews on the 1992 VHS release and on the novelization by Gareth Roberts. Continue reading

The Worlds of ‘Doctor Who’ by Douglas Adams

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I’ve now added my reviews on the ‘Doctor Who’ stories by the author of ‘The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide To The Galaxy’ himself, Douglas Adams. Douglas wrote three ‘Doctor Who’ stories for TV and was the script-editor for the series in 1979 for Season 17. I’m celebrating his contribution to the series in my reviews! Continue reading

DVD review – ‘Destiny of the Daleks’ (Doctor Who)

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Today, I have posted my DVD review of ‘Destiny of’ the Daleks’, starring Tom Baker as the Doctor and Lalla Ward as Romana! This story features the Daleks with the robot-like Movellans and the return of Davros in it! Continue reading

‘The Key to Time’ – ‘Doctor Who’ DVD reviews

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‘The Key to Time’ is now on ‘Bradley’s Basement’!

Today, I have posted my DVD reviews of ‘The Key to Time’ series from ‘Doctor Who’, starring Tom Baker as the Doctor and Mary Tamm as Romana. This series comprises of six stories in a lavish DVD box set. Please feel free to comment on my DVD reviews on these six stories by clicking on the links. Continue reading