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Dark Eyes 2 - cover

Reviewed: Dark Eyes 2

MILD SPOILERS FOLLOW… The Doctor Who Universe is ever so lightly changed after the 50th anniversary. We met new Doctors, discovered long kept secrets and, perhaps most excitingly of all, got to see the Eighth Doctor on our television screens once more. It was fleeting, shocking and heartbreaking all in less than ten minutes; some…

Doctor Who: The King of Sontar

Reviewed: The King of Sontar

Did you honestly believe that the Fourth Doctor would never again battle the Sontarans? No, neither did the rest of us. Over thirty years ago now, we caught the last ferocious battle between the Fourth Doctor and Sontar’s finest on the playing fields of Gallifrey, with the Doctor winning. But whilst The Invasion of Time…

Sil returns to Doctor Who in Antidote to Oblivion

Reviewed: Antidote to Oblivion

After many years, the Sixth Doctor finally gets a full rematch with Sil, a nasty little slug-like creature whose only drive in life is greed, self-fulfilment and profit. And boy was it worth the wait. Antidote to Oblivion finds the Doctor and his friend Flip answering a Time Lord distress call which brings them to…

Philip Olivier returns as Hex in Afterlife

Reviewed: Afterlife

Contains spoilers. Hex is dead. Followers of the Seventh Doctor’s Big Finish adventures were left heartbroken in 2012 when long-term travelling companion Thomas Hector Schofield, the aforementioned Hex, gave his life so that the Doctor and Ace might live in Gods and Monsters . And what an emotional punch it packed. Except…at the end of…

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