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Reviews

Reviews

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Reviewed: Paul Magrs’ Brenda and Effie

Tangentially connected to the Doctor Who universe, The Brenda and Effie Mysteries from Bafflegab Productions (creators of The Scarifyers) is an ideal listen for any fans of Paul Magrs’ Iris Wildtyme audio adventures. Written by Magrs himself, t’BaEM features the adventures of the Bride of Frankenstein and a white witch who respectively run a B&B…

Big Finish Cloisters of Terror
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Reviewed: The Cloisters of Terror

Cloisters of Terror is one of those Big Finish stories that not only works splendidly well in isolation, but also rewards fans with an extra layer or two just to add to the listening pleasure. The central story is rock solid: an Oxford College with a sinister secret in its heart, creepy nuns, ghosts, disappearances…

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Reviewed: The Ninth Doctor #2

You can’t give Alice X. Zhang enough credit. Her covers (original paintings based on scenes from the TV show) are just so stunning, you can’t help but pick the issue up. This one is sourced from, appropriately enough, The Doctor Dances, nanobots glistening around him. There’s that fascination, amazement, and excitement in the Doctor’s eyes….

The King of the Dead
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Reviewed: The King of the Dead

On Radio 4 this morning, there was a discussion of a new immersive theatrical performance taking place in North Greenwich (i.e. near the Dome) in London. The presenter of the segment asked the creators of the performance to explain just what it was that was being staged (some kind of exploration of relationships and infidelity…

Ninth Doctor #1
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Reviewed – The Ninth Doctor #1

The Ninth Doctor is back. That, in a nutshell, is what’s so awesome about Titan Comics’ new miniseries. But it’s not the sole reason this opening issue is awesome. Part 1 of Weapons of Past Destruction straight away opens with Christopher Eccleston’s Doctor looking into space from the threshold of the TARDIS. We know the…

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