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Articles by Philip Bates

When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.


Ben Wheatley
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Wheatley’s Doctor Who Won’t Be “Savage”

Way back when The Bells of St. John was waiting around the corner for us, Steven Moffat said that he tells each director to make the show their own. That’s why we’ve got such stunning episodes, including Colm McCarthy’s Sherlock-esque visuals, Skaldak storming through Alien-like surroundings (courtesy of Douglas Mackinnon), and glass-smashing mayhem from Nick Hurran in The Day…

Capaldi Filming 2
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Capaldi Filming in New Costume!

Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi, has stepped out onto the streets of Cardiff in his new costume. Which must mean… POTENTIAL SMALL SPOILERS AHOY! The outfit was unveiled yesterday, just in time for this morning’s filming on Queen Street, which saw Capaldi with companion, Jenna Coleman as Clara Oswald outside the TARDIS. They were with director,…

Doctor Who Comic 2
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Titan Gets Comic License!

It’s been confirmed that Titan Comics has been awarded the license for Doctor Who comics. The license was previously held by IDW, but concluded with last month’s special issue, The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who, written by Paul Cornell (Father’s  Day; Human Nature/ The Family of Blood). As rumoured, the BBC has now confirmed that Titan has…

Doctor Who: Into the Nowhere by Jenny Colgan
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Review: Into the Nowhere

I’ve recently read Ray Bradbury’s Skeleton. It’s a tale of a man who suddenly becomes aware of the skeleton inside himself, and whether in reality or in his own head, his bones start working against him. It’s pure Bradbury: surprising, thought-provoking, brilliant and grisly. It turned out to be a beautiful coincidence that I followed…

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