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Comic Review – ‘Monstrous Beauty’ (TLV) (Doctor Who)

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And welcome everyone to the third instalment of the ‘Time Lord Victorious’ review season of ‘Doctor Who’!

Let’s take a look at ‘Doctor Who Magazine’s contribution to the ‘Time Lord Victorious’ series as we venture into the comic adventure called ‘Monstrous Beauty’. This features the Ninth Doctor and Rose where they end up in the Dark Times and are caught in a war between early Gallifreyans and the Great Vampires. Continue reading

Book Reviews – ‘The Target Storybook’ (Doctor Who)

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This year’s ‘Nyssa Challenge’ mini-review season continues as we look into ‘The Target Storybook’ of ‘Doctor Who’. This is a collection of 15 short stories, which are ‘thrilling new adventures’ by writers and actors from the hit BBC TV series. This was a very fascinating and enjoyable collection of ‘Doctor Who’ short stories to read through. Continue reading

CD Review – ‘Zagreus’ (Doctor Who)

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At last! After a long time since I reviewed ‘Neverland’ in 2017, I’ve reviewed ‘Zagreus’, the 40th anniversary special of ‘Doctor Who’. This stars Paul McGann and India Fisher with Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Lalla Ward, Louise Jameson, Nicholas Courtney and Don Warrington. It also features Anneke Wills, Elisabeth Sladen, Mark Strickson, Sarah Sutton, Nicola Bryant, Caroline Morris, Maggie Stables, Bonnie Langford, Sophie Aldred, Lisa Bowerman, John Leeson and more. Did I find ‘Zagreus’ to be a worthy anniversary special to celebrate 40 years of ‘Doctor Who’? Well, um… Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The End of Time’

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It’s the final story of the David Tennant era of ‘Doctor Who’ and it’s a two-parter. This story features David Tennant’s Doctor who faces John Simm’s Master. The Doctor is accompanied by Bernard Cribbins as Wilfred Mott and they have to face the menace of the Master and the Time Lords led by Timothy Dalton. Continue reading

Novelization/Audiobook review – ‘Doctor Who – The Five Doctors’

 

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Today, I’ve added my review on the novelization/audiobook, ‘Doctor Who – The Five Doctors’ by Terrance Dicks. The novelization is on the classic TV story celebrating 20 years of ‘Doctor Who’, featuring the first five Doctors with companions, monsters and the Death Zone on Gallifrey. The audiobook is read by Jon Culshaw with Nicholas Briggs as the Dalek and Cybermen voices. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who – The 10 Christmas Specials’ on Blu-ray #5

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The Christmas tree has been taken down in the house where I live. How sad is that?

Anyway, I’m continuing to watch the rest of the ‘Doctor Who’ Christmas Specials in the Blu-ray box set this week. There will be delay in me adding my review on the ‘Doctor Who’ story called ‘A Christmas Carol’ after this blog post. I hope I’ll add my review on the episode within two days’ time. Continue reading

CD review – ‘Neverland’ (Doctor Who)

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I’ve added my CD review of the Paul McGann ‘Doctor Who’ audio story called ‘Neverland on ‘Bradley’s Basement’! This story is the finale to the second season of Eighth Doctor audio adventures with Charley Pollard. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘The Five Doctors’ (Doctor Who)

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To prepare for ‘The Nyssa Challenge’ tomorrow with ‘The Five Companions’, I’ve added my ‘Doctor Who’ DVD review on ‘The Five Doctors’ today on ‘Bradley’s Basement’! Continue reading

Three Special ‘Doctor Who’ Reviews with David Tennant

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Today, I’ve posted three new DVD reviews on three ‘Doctor Who’ stories starring David Tennant as the Doctor. Continue reading