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Published on March 6th, 2010 | by Christian Cawley

Comments Are Open!

Great news for regular visitors to Kasterborous – after a few weeks of testing and strawpoll with various correspondences, we’ve decided to activate comments on many of our Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures articles!

As of today, you can comment on news items and the most recent Opinion article, Has the Sonic Screwed New Who?

This move is intended to generate discussion and community among Kasterborous’ regular army of thousands of Doctor Who fans that rely on us for news, reviews and opinion, and we hope that by reading and leaving comments you will all feel like a part of Kasterborous; not just readers but contributors too.

Older articles, reviews and interviews will remain as they are, however, but look out for the chance to comment on all new content.

We believe this is an exciting new step for Kasterborous, and would love for you to join in!

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About the Author

A long-term Doctor Who fan, Christian grew up watching the show and has early memories of the Graham Williams era. His favourite stories are Inferno, The Seeds of Doom and Human Nature (although The Empty Child, Blink and Utopia all come close). When he’s not bossing around the news team, Christian is a freelance writer specialising in mobile technology and domestic computing, and enjoys classic rock, cooking and spending time in the countryside with his wife and young children. You can find him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.




6 Responses to Comments Are Open!

  1. Will says:

    And I’m first to comment on the comments. I love this site…visit several times a day, and now I can comment. Fantastic!

  2. grantwebb says:

    Yay!

    Let the comments – commence!!

  3. johnoed says:

    Ah Fantastic!! Finally!! Absolutely love this site. It’s the #1 resource for all my Doctor Who news. Now two suggestions: 1) Look into getting Gravatar installed so we can be represented visually. 2) Get off James Corden. He’s a great actor and Gavin and Stacey was a very funny show.

    Ah it’s nice to have a voice on my favorite website!! America sends it’s Love. – Jonathan

  4. Leosw4 says:

    Thanks for this guys-great that we can add comments in this way.

    This is the first site I oome to for all Who related goings on and your editorials have that knack for saying what others are thinking. Very Simon Cowellish (please take that as a compliment!).

  5. Will says:

    Johnathan, I’ve always enjoyed the fact that this site speaks its mind, whether or not I agree with it all. I’ve never watched Gavin & Stacey but surely the merits of any show or the talents of any actor are a matter of opinion and taste. The sheer time and effort put into this site by those who make and run it is huge – hours each day I guess – and on that basis alone it’s a personal endeavour, rather than just a news site. I cant begrudge them the space to say what they think. After all this time, it’s things like that which make me feel I almost know the guys.

  6. Laredo Lowtide says:

    I agree with Will. Whether Christian likes or dislikes Gavin & Stacey, or thinks its the bees knees, makes no difference whatsoever to what I think. It can’t change my opinion, so why not let an Editor add his personal colour?

    I bet if he’d said “James Corden from the wonderful Gavin and Stacey” no one would have been upset about that, even thought that would be an equally subjective outlook.

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