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Prisoners of Time
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Review: Prisoners of Time #1

Despite collecting all of IDW’s Doctor Who output, I’m always a bit apprehensive about the Doctor’s journeys into the comic book world. The idea of it combines the two things I love, and yet it sometimes delves into territory I think should be avoided. This is going to be controversial, I’m sure, but I hate…

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039 The Ice Warriors

The Ice Warriors made their debut in 1967-68’s Season Five, often remembered by fans for its iconic monsters the Cybermen, the Yeti, and the eponymous Martians of Brian Hayles’s story. The season as a whole saw the shift away from the early series’ original, more educational remit becoming complete, as historical adventures like the preceding…

Queers Dig Time Lords from Mad Norwegian Press is expected in June 2013
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Reviewed: Queers Dig Time Lords

When is a Doctor Who book not a Doctor Who book? When it’s a collection of fascinating essays, articles, musings and recollections from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ for short) community of fans celebrating Doctor Who! Queers Dig Time Lords is not a follow up but more perhaps a relation to the…

Yeti - feat
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038 The Abominable Snowmen

Alongside The Web of Fear, The Abominable Snowmen remains a popular story, but it’s gained a more important status thanks to the Great Intelligence cropping up again in The Snowmen, The Bells of Saint John and The Name of the Doctor. From the being’s first ‘appearance,’ you can see the potential. It’s no wonder producer,…

Visualiser
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Reviewed: Time & Space Visualiser

Doctor Who, after 50 years on television screens and thousands of years of fictional time travelling around space, time and varying Universes, is a myriad of data, addenda and errata. Facts, figures and information are part of what many Doctor Who fans love to spend their time pouring over, discovering critical and important data on…

Babblesphere
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Reviewed: Babblesphere

Babblesphere is what some may describe as a perfect homage to the Fourth Doctor. In the middle of a volcanic inferno stands an exact replica of the palace of Versailles and inside that, there’s a mystery. The crumbling palace contains people that are slaves to technology; more importantly, they’re slaves to a futuristic social network….

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