Tagged Nyssa

Masquerade
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Reviewed: Masquerade

Masquerade does two things over the space of two CD’s: it serves as a fantastically creepy and menacing story in its first half and then falls on hard science fiction ideas similar to its 1980s counterparts from Doctor Who’s original run during the Peter Davison years. The story opens with Nyssa and the Doctor dressed…

Moonflesh
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Reviewed: Moonflesh

There was once a Doctor Who writer, the name eludes this reviewer for now, that remarked (this is paraphrasing, obviously) that one could imagine the first eight Doctors sharing an Edwardian house comfortably together. Of the eight, the Fifth Doctor would be one of the stand out incarnations to settle in rather nicely to that…

Tomb Ship
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Reviewed: Tomb Ship

Part of Doctor Who’s enduring appeal throughout the last 50 years is the Doctor’s never-ending thirst for adventure. Or, to put it in a better way, the viewer’s never-ending thirst for adventure. Be it the high seas, the centre of the TARDIS, ancient Gallifrey or modern-day Earth, every Doctor Who fan loves a whirlwind story…

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