Tag: Doctor Who
Doctor Who: Cat’s Cradle – Time’s Crucible Book Review
Virgin Books’ Doctor Who: New Adventures series was, back in the day, meant to provide fans of Doctor Who the thing they wanted after the show was put on indefinite hiatus after the serial Survival. Time’s Crucible is the 6th book in the series, part of a pair of thematically linked stories under the heading
Comic Review: Doctor Who – The 12th Doctor, Year 3
Continuing with my thoughts on various year arcs of Doctor Who comics (as I finish reading them, it’s time for my thoughts on the 12th Doctor’s 3rd year.
Comics Review: Doctor Who – The 10th Doctor, Year 3
Titan Comics picked up the Doctor Who license from IDW a while back, and since then they have been doing a multitude of ongoing series with the various Doctors. The ongoing for the 10th Doctor wrapped up its 3rd year recently (and I read the last issue of it), so I might as well give
DVD Review: Power of the Daleks
Power of the Daleks is one of the Doctor Who stories that has been lost. The BBC had destroyed all copies of the episode due to royalty issues and in order to re-use the video tapes, and none of the copies that were shipped overseas were found. Thus, the story only lived on through bootleg
DVD Review – Genesis of the Daleks
This week we’re taking a break from reviewing movies for a review of another Doctor Who storyline. This one is one heck of a classic storyline, featuring one of everyone’s favorite Doctors – Tom Baker. Now, does this storyline hold up over time, or is it as flimsy as the walls of one of their
Review – Doctor Who: The Sea Devils
“Doctor Who: The Sea Devils,” which features the Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee) and Jo Grant is a pretty good serial, with some very nice costume and set design. It does, however, take a bit too long to get the ball rolling, and frankly has a bit of material that could likely have been cut out to shorten it. All in all, it does make for enjoyable viewing.