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Gaiman and Ishiguro Discuss Genre

The Doctor’s Wife scribe, and well-respected novelist, Neil Gaiman has spoken to fellow author, Kazuo Ishiguro, about genre boundaries. Ishiguro’s new book, The Buried Giant, prompted the discussion, with the pair debating whether it’s fantasy or not, and if these genre categories have any meaning. “I don’t have a problem with marketing categories,” Kazuo says, “but…

The Claws of Axos
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057 – The Claws of Axos

I must admit, I had actually only watched The Claws of Axos once before. I was around seven years old, so my memory of this particular serial was hazy at best, but I remember thinking the golden faced, angelic Axons were pretty cool, and… well that’s pretty much all I could recall. As such, I…

Death Match
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Reviewed: Death Match

April’s Fourth Doctor adventure from Big Finish is quite an interesting proposition: rather than being the second half of a four parter, it’s more of a thematic sequel to the previous release, as Death Match brings back together the Doctor, Leela, K9, The Master and another returning character from Requiem for the Rocket Men. Big…

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