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OtaKing and the Missing Episodes!

A user on website Deviant art, a website for people to upload their artistic offerings has put up a very interesting post regarding a new BBC job that they have just been employed to do…

The user’s name is MightyOtaking, some of you may know this moniker from a thirteen minute Doctor Who anime that appeared on YouTube or through some very special artwork.

But all that has suddenly disappeared from the web. Gone, like it was never there. Almost like it slipped into a mysterious crack in time…

Of course, the real reason for the work being taken away is that MightyOtaking has been contracted for some Doctor Who related animation projects! Is this part of the restoration project that includes the animated missing episodes of The Crusade? Nothing is confirmed but since Big Finish is also involved…

This appeared as part of the announcement recently posted:

“I am now contracted to work with Theta-Sigma, in partnership with Big Finish, on some secret BBC animation projects for 2entertain. This is very exciting news and, though I can’t say anything about it, there is an absolutely top class team assembled, and the recreation of some extremely long awaited lost stories is now going to become a reality for a very large number of people who’ve been waiting for them for many, many years.”

Notice the use of the word “projects”, plural rather than singular. It looks like we may be getting to see the rest of the missing stories released on DVD finally, completed as much as they can be.

Looks like we can see 2entertain’s next business strategy after they finish releasing all the complete Doctor Who serials in 2013…

Congratulations to Paul “OtaKing” Johnson for a much-deserved career move!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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