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Articles by Simon Mills

Simon Mills

Simon was born at an early age and has loved Doctor Who since even before then. Truth be told, it was those pesky giant maggots and the dandy in the frilly shirt that got him hooked... but it was the hair, teeth, eyes and scarf that made him stick around to this very day. When not writing for Kasterborous, Simon indulges in his passion for karate training and listening to (and writing about) some seriously heavy rock and metal music. Not at the same time, though, as that can lead to serious injury and/or lawsuits.

Kopic’s Newsround

The “Turn Left After The Stolen Earth And Straight On To Journey’s End” Edition Wowzer! Love it or hate it, the finale sure had an impact on viewing figures after the regeneration cliffhanger at the end of The Stolen Earth which achieved 8.8m viewers. Unofficial figures put the total at 9.8m (count them!) for Journey’s…

Kopic’s Newsround

Kopic’s Newsround The “Turn Left After The Silent Library And Straight On To The Forest Of The Midnight Dead” Edition Well, well, well. Here we are on the day after the Monday following the episode before the penultimate one prior to the finale and we’re straight in with a passage from David Baddiel at The…

Forest of The Dead

More real-time review madness from Simon R. Mills – I’d hate to watch Doctor Who with him in the house, talking all the way through it… …and now, Forest of The Dead. Hmmm… Fear of The Dark! Recap with a reminder of that blood curdling scream from Her Majesty, The Queen of Scream, Saint Catherine…

Silence in the Library

Real time review of Silence in the Library, courtesy once more of Simon R. Mills… We open as a young girl floats serenely above a beautifully realized future/alien city. We cut back to the girl in her home as she explains that she moves around by wishing herself to go wherever, but she starts to…

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