Articles by Mick Karma

Mick has been writing on and off for Kasterborous since 2006, and when he's not attempting self sufficiency he writes the songs that no one hears (because they are not listening). Currently working on a comic book, Nazis vs Aliens, which requires an artist. Please email atomickarma@hotmail.com to discuss.


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5 Similarities Between Time Leech & The Wedding of River Song

With almost monthly regularity, our blessed podKast listener is treated condemned to the excruciatingly tedious exchange between our (still-current) editor Christian Cawley and Brian “I Cosplay As Ten” Terranova concerning their barely-read-and-ignored-by-DWM-despite-several-begging-emails Time Leech comic strip from 2008 and the similarities with Steven Moffat’s The Wedding of River Song in 2011. You may know that…

Amy Pond in Radio Times

The latest edition of the Radio Times heralds the beginning of the end of the current run of Doctor Who – complete with cover and interview with Amy Pond actress Karen Gillan It’s a great cover too, but more interesting is the interview, set to be quoted across the web by the end of Tuesday,…

The Lodger Gallery

Doctor Who returns this week with The Lodger – an episode written by Gareth Roberts (The Shakespeare Code, The Unicorn and the Wasp) and guest starring James Corden. Airing on the same day England kick off their World Cup campaign, The Lodger features a football match – plus if Corden isn’t your cup of tea,…

Meera’s Hungry

Thanks to BBC America, we’ve got this great clip from Doctor Who Confidential, in which Meera Syal discusses The Hungry Earth. Syal – Dr Nasreen Chaudhry in the Silurian two parter – chats briefly here in a clip you can also see at BBCAmerica.com. Meanwhile, there’s also this clip of actor Arthur Darvill (Rory) takes us…

Vincent and the Doctor Preview

Doctor Who continues this Saturday night with Tony Curran and Bill Nighy guesting in Vincent and the Doctor… Terror lurks in the cornfields of Provence, but only a sad and lonely painter can see it, as the time-travelling drama continues with an episode written by Richard Curtis. Amy Pond finds herself shoulder to shoulder with…

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