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Mannequin Mayhem DVD Artwork

Artwork for the upcoming Mannequin Mayhem DVD boxset – including the Third Doctor classic’s Spearhead from Space and Terror of the Autons – has been previewed by 2|entertain. For those not in the know Spearhead from Space features the newly regenerated Doctor (Jon Pertwee) exiled by the Time Lords to Earth where he teams up…

Planet Of The Spiders

This review is respectively dedicated to Nicholas Courtney, for the incredible person that he was and for his generous spirit that he so regularly shared with fans. Planet Of The Spiders contains one of my earliest memories of Doctor Who, namely that of Sarah Jane Smith with a huge arachnid attached to her back. This…

Sylvester as the Doctor…

…in front of a green screen, beside a plinth that will apparently be CGI’d onto the virtual Seventh Doctor era TARDIS central column! What is going on? Well it seems that Sylvester’s recent interview with Shadowlocked – which saw him being quite loose-lipped about a number of things – was pretty accurate. Here we seem…

Planet of the Spiders DVD Cover!

Thanks to 2|entertain we have the final cover for the new Planet of the Spiders DVD, set for release in April! Starring Jon Pertwee and Lis Sladen, Planet of the Spiders ties up various loose ends from the last two seasons of the Third Doctor’s adventures… At a Tibetan retreat in the English countryside, a…

Nicholas Courtney

As announced by the Doctor Who News site, we have to relate the loss of a true Who legend, Nicholas Courtney, who has died aged 81. Born in Egypt on 16th December 1929, William Nicholas Stone Courtney completed National Service in 1950 and joined the Webber Douglas School of Singing and Dramatic Art before entering…

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