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The Mind Robber Robots
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045 The Mind Robber

Be warned. This isn’t a documentary about how Nigel Farage got people to vote for UKIP. Neither is it a step-by-step guide by Emma Watson about how you can fool people into thinking you’re a good actress. It isn’t even a tell-all book by Tom Cruise on his Scientology beliefs. No, it is a Doctor…

Prisoners of Time #5
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Review: Doctor Who Humble Bundle Collection

This is one impressive bundle. Over 80 digital Doctor Who comics are available via Humble Bundle; that’s from the beginning of IDW’s 2008- 13 run, right up until the end, concluding with their 50th anniversary celebration, The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who. And you can access them via your PC, tablet or mobile. Furthermore, you…

The Face of Evil
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Reviewed: Doctor Who – The Evil One

Some Doctor Who stories are so ambitious in plot that it’s a wonder they ever get delivered to our doors for us to devour. Some Doctor Who adventures are so small and introspective that it’s hard to believe that any budget was really needed to make them (apart from the salary for the actors performing)….

Doctor Who: The Crooked Man from Big Finish
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Reviewed: The Crooked Man

Fiction can be a funny old thing, a book or a short story or a novella can transport us to a world where the unreal and unimaginable can be perceived as entirely more tangible and real. Characters and emotions that many don’t ever get to meet or feel can suddenly be only a fingertips reach…

White Ghosts from Big Finish
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Reviewed: White Ghosts

White Ghosts takes the Fourth Doctor and Leela into far darker territory than they’ve been in their any of their recent adventures. Arriving on a planet that is hostile to most life and shrouded in darkness, the TARDIS crew soon come across a scientific research team with a hidden agenda behind their own work, one…

Doctor Who The Annual Years
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The Annual Years Reviewed!

Nostalgia and Doctor Who go hand in hand, which is almost second nature for any creation that has stood the test of time the way this science fiction series has. As the world changes around it, it mirrors the current world and becomes part of our memories. A fondness develops around some of the more…

Doctor Who: The Dominators
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044 The Dominators

How do you tackle the weighty argument of pacifism versus aggression; a true 1960s ideology that – in a microcosm of society – played out with America’s unrest over the war in Vietnam? Well, if you’re Doctor Who, you stick two men in comedy armadillo costumes, add some walking pizza ovens (with paddles sticking out the…

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