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Andrew Smith

Doctor Who really does seem to have a hold over the people that get involved with it, something that many years later comes back to grab you around the wrist and yank you back into the mad world of dimensionally transcendental police boxes and regenerating Time Lords, Daleks, Cybermen and talking robot dogs. Andrew Smith…

H.G. Wells and Doctor Who

A Gentleman, dressed appropriately for his title, walks back to his magnificent machine. A machine which at his very will can take him to any point in our civilisation’s past, present or future. This aged man, turn of the century coat hanging just above his knees, bears more than a passing resemblance to another gentleman…

The Five Faces of Kasterborous

Slightly self-indulgent it may be, but I’d like to chat about some of the changes to Kasterborous this week, in what is our 5th redesign. Our new look has been conceived to be as easy to navigate as possible while also offering all of the same, original articles, reviews and opinion that we have become…

Alex Mallinson

Over the past month we’ve told you about Bernice Summerfield: Dead and Buried, the first-ever CGI adventure starring Benny, the Seventh Doctor companion in the Virgin New Adventures!  We recently engaged in a discussion with the story’s animator, Alex Mallinson, who shared with us some wonderful anecdotes about his career thus far, including what it…

Operation Platinum Age: The Final Word

Recently, I wrote a two-part observation of Matt Smith and Steven Moffat’s first eight episodes of Doctor Who (entitled Operation Platinum Age Part 1 and Operation Platinum Age Part 2).  The purpose of the article was to evaluate the season so far, compare it to previous seasons and speculate upon its story arc. I concluded…

The Doctor Loses?

Den of Geek has run an article regarding the 2010 series finale of Doctor Who, The Big Bang. Louisa Mellor has written that the finale was full of themes of loss and revival and was not for kids. The focus point of the piece is that: “The series was all about death. Or to be…

Anthony Dry

Kasterborous.com began life as a collaboration between writer Christian Cawley and web designer and illustrator Anthony Dry back in 2004. As the site grew and Anthony’s art became more well known, he found he was in demand as a Doctor Who illustrator; his work has appeared in Doctor Who Magazine and in the Doctor Who…

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