Opinion

Opinion

Writers We Want For Doctor Who

It’s incredible how much high-calibre writing talent Doctor Who can attract. Douglas Adams, who would go on to write The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Terry Nation, who would go on to engineer Survivors and Blake’s 7, and Dennis Spooner all have their names stamped on multiple opening vortex sequences, as well as not-quite-as-famous-but-fairly-well-known personalities…

Time Lord Spam

If The Doctor’s Wife confirmed anything its that the Time Lords are such a ponderous, pious race that even their transport wants to flee from them. However this didn’t stop the Doctor from throwing himself and the Ponds into mortal danger at the merest hint of their continued existence. It seems loneliness clouds even a…

They Keep Killing Rory

“Oh my God!  They killed Rory!  You b******!” My friends, those are the words you would hear if South Park ever made a spoof of the Matt Smith era of Doctor Who.  But some would argue that Doctor Who is beginning to turn into a slight parody of South Park, with the aforementioned Rory Pond…

A Question of Regeneration

I’m sure there was general disappointment when, on 7th September 1987, the Doctor returned in Time and the Rani. Only he wasn’t the Doctor. Or at least, he wasn’t the Doctor that fans were used to seeing. Previous to actor Sylvester McCoy’s appointment as the famous Time Lord, Doctor Who had gone through another troubled…

A Scary Silence

The Guardian online has recently published an article asking if the newest Doctor Who enemy The Silence too scary for children. Put simply, the answer is no. Kasterborous recently published an article focusing on the fact that Doctor Who can be scary for kids but that’s okay because it’s a “good kind of scared”. The…

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