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Doctor Who: Eve Of The Daleks by Chris Chibnall (TV review).

January 1, 2022 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Eve Of The Daleks by Chris Chibnall (TV review).

You do have to wonder how many other parts of the day the Daleks can arrive in and how long before we get ‘Tea Break Of The Daleks’ or ‘Fry With The Daleks’. What to say about this episode of ‘Doctor Who’ without going spoiler, let alone repetitions or multiple deaths. The Elf Storage Unit, […]

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Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Six: The Vanquishers by Chris Chibnall.

December 5, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Six: The Vanquishers by Chris Chibnall.

Y’know, after the apparent death of Awsok last episode, you do have to wonder if writer Chris Chibnall is going to start pulling astral-rabbits out of the hat for the conclusion. I mean, the Doctor has been led from pillar to post without really knowing what is going on. Even her other regenerations would bluff […]

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Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Five: Survivors Of The Flux by Chris Chibnall (a review in progress).

November 28, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Five: Survivors Of The Flux by Chris Chibnall (a review in progress).

Own up. Who blinked? Am I facing a load of statues petrified as to what comes next? If not you, then it must be them. Damn. Can’t get rid of that 1. This is a complex episode, following four different threads and all potentially spoiler, so be careful if you haven’t seen the episode yet. […]

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Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Four: Village Of The Angels by Chris Chibnall and Maxine Alderton (TV episode review).

November 21, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Four: Village Of The Angels by Chris Chibnall and Maxine Alderton (TV episode review).

Hopefully, after a surreal third episode, things will be back to a normality this week. The universe might be ending, but its going with a time jump than a bang. It’s almost like showrunner/scriptwriter Chris Chibnall has forgotten the original premise. It’s not as though the Sontarans, Daleks or Weeping Angels seem that worried about […]

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Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time by Chris Chibnall (TV review).

November 14, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time by Chris Chibnall (TV review).

I wonder how many writers will remember the comma in the title and not turn this ‘Doctor Who’ episode into a fairy tale. Then again, I suspect this episode will be remembered as one of the surreal ones. As the Doctor attempts to rescue her friends stuck in zero time, she unsticks them in time […]

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Sontarian Steed: Song of Glory (video).

November 8, 2021 | By | Reply More
Sontarian Steed: Song of Glory (video).

Truly, is there anything better than a Sonatarian Warrior on top of a war horse? Of course there is. Forty Sonatarian Warriors in full charge, damn it!

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Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Two: War Of The Sontarans by Chris Chibnall

November 7, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who Flux: Chapter Two: War Of The Sontarans by Chris Chibnall

Now, where we were? Ah yes, the end of the universe. No time given but it must be pretty disruptive to the futures and pasts as the Doctor knows them. It must certainly do something to the multiple story threads in the opening episode. I mean, the Sontarans barely got a mention and now they […]

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Doctor Who Flux: Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse by Chris Chibnall (TV episode review).

October 31, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who Flux: Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse by Chris Chibnall (TV episode review).

BE CAREFUL … SPOILERS AHEAD I have been avoiding most things about the latest 38th season of ‘Doctor Who’, other than those 30-second promos and, knowing this is a continuing 6-part story, considering that there are three specials next year, this isn’t actress Jodie Whittaker’s swansong. I suspect there will be thoughts of who she […]

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Doctor Who season 13 (trailer).

October 16, 2021 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who season 13 (trailer).

And the trailer for season 13 of Doctor Who has arrived, with some Cyberman, Weeping Angels, and Sontarian appearances, by the look of it – and a new Doctor slips in at the end.

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Doctor Who And Science edited by Marcus K. Harmes and Lindy A. Orthia (book review).

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Doctor Who And Science edited by Marcus K. Harmes and Lindy A. Orthia (book review).

I’m not altogether sure if I agree with this book’s editors Marcus K. Harmes and Lindy A. Orthia that ‘Doctor Who And Science’ is the first book looking at the science of the Time Lord’s TV series but that maybe because we see enough UK specials of ‘Doctor Who Magazine’ over here and other books […]

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