Hello Whovians and welcome to episode 101. With the centennial celebrations behind us we get back down to business with some cool news and our review of t’ Crimson ‘orror!
If you fancy yourself a bit of a Who story writer then this new book launching in 2017 could be for you. The Temporal Logbook II are accepting short story ideas on 31st July. Search for them or click here to get the details and good luck!
Moffat has been speaking about the new series and something should please us all – “When I agreed to do one more run, I thought, ‘Sod it, I’m not doing the march to the scaffold. I want it to feel like a brand new show. I want it to feel like Episode 1 of a new series. I want to leave like it’s all just beginning.” Let’s hope he comes good on that.
Ralf Little has released a short but funny video categorically denying his involvement in series 10 (wink wink).
John Barrowman is to have an interesting phone call soon to try and get Torchwood back on the TV! With the comics, books and now Big Finish stories, surly this is the next logical step? Here’s hoping.
The series 3 Pop! Funko’s are on their way and from the six figures available, most of them are awesome. We can’t wait to get our hands on these.
Candy Jar books are doing a 2-for-1 offer which ends on Monday 1st August so get over there and pick them up!
Goody Bag Giveaway
Our winner of the goody bag is Alex Kingdom, well done!
“The Crimson Horror” Review
Ah series 7, you give so many highs and yet many lows. Does The Crimson Horror fill us with worm splattering joy or do we sink beneath the venomous red sludge?
Thank you for jumping onboard the TARDIS and for all your comments and views. Next week we’re looking at the 6th Doctor story Vengeance on Varos and we’re really interested in your views on that one. Until than have a great week and remember – Allons-y!!