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Big Finish Review: Short Trips Rarities

The Short Trips range is one of the strongest sets from Big Finish at the moment. Sometimes though, we get even more treats, listeners really do get more from Big…

Jordan Shortman
October 22nd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Ravenous 2: Seizure (3/3)

Mark Donaldson concludes his three part review of Ravenous 2 with Guy Adams’ Seizure, an atmospheric and creepy tale that introduces us to the Time Lords’ most primal fear.  Answering a distress call…

Mark Donaldson
October 18th, 2018

Figure Review: The 1970s Collector Figure Set

Previously, I took a look at the recent Twelfth Doctor B&M set in which we got a kit-bashed figure of Bill Potts. This was something I certainly never thought the…

Cathaoir McKay
October 9th, 2018

COMICS REVIEW: The Thirteenth Doctor #0

On-screen, the multi-Doctor story tends to appear every ten years to celebrate anniversaries. In the panels of the comic book page, however, the multi-Doctor story is becoming something of an…

Mark Donaldson
October 9th, 2018

Big Finish Review: The Dalek Occupation of Winter

The Early Adventures are back! Following on from a very successful year in 2017 with the adventures of the Second Doctor, Polly, Ben, Jamie and Zoe. The Dalek Occupation of…

Jordan Shortman
October 4th, 2018

Big Finish Review: Doctor Who – The Dispossessed

The latest audio adventure for the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Mel take them to a normal estate. Like the previous McCoy release this year, it effortlessly manages to capture the…

Jordan Shortman
October 4th, 2018

The Five Doctors Soundtrack Competition

The amazing soundtrack to The Five Doctors was recently released and thanks to our friends at Silva Screen we have two copies to give away. Details of the soundtrack: The…

Garry
September 28th, 2018

Stirring Up A Hornet’s nest…

So, a proper trailer Doctor Who: Series 11 Trailer #2  has been released and it does look incredibly CINEMATIC as an early clarion call for Jodie Whittaker’s debut has finally…

Maria Kalotichou
September 24th, 2018

Big Finish Review: The Diary of River Song Series 4

Back in 2010, Steven Moffat chose to focus his free-time (presumably already at a premium) on revamping Sherlock Holmes for a modern mainstream audience and inadvertently found himself in charge…

Mark Donaldson
September 11th, 2018

Big Finish Review: Class Volume 2

Volume 2 of the new adventures for the Class gang features three new episodes, each one giving our characters some exciting new threats to face. And what fun it is!…

Jordan Shortman
September 3rd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Class Volume One

Class is back in session. After having been cancelled in 2016, after one series, Class has been resurrected by Big Finish for two, three-part volumes. Class was a troubled television…

Jordan Shortman
September 3rd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Torchwood – Deadbeat Escape

On television, Billis Manger was always one of Torchwood’s deadliest and strangest foes. Only appearing twice on screen, Murray Melvin has returned to the role in this excellent horror story….

Jordan Shortman
September 3rd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Red Planets

Red Planets kicks off what seems to be a Seventh Doctor end of the year for Big Finish. Not only is he getting a series of adventures with Ace, Mel, Hex,…

Jordan Shortman
August 23rd, 2018

Saving the First Until Last

In the two and a half years that I’ve been a Doctor Who fan, I’ve managed to see a number of stories from each Doctor and even completed a few…

Cathaoir McKay
August 23rd, 2018

Big Finish Review: Torchwood – Instant Karma

What really annoys you? What really grinds your gears? For me, people who don’t listen or ignore you and people who chew loudly. Working in retail, I also don’t appreciate people…

Jordan Shortman
August 16th, 2018

Who and Me: My Greatest Doctor Who Cliff-Hangers

Doctor Who has always had cliff-hangers. Their the famous shock moments at the end of an episode, intended to get the audience back for the next week. During its classic…

Jordan Shortman
August 15th, 2018

The Sixth Doctor – The Wrong(ed) Doctor?

The cat who walks alone I don’t really enjoy the process of declaring my big birthdays (although my work colleagues, unfortunately, have thought otherwise much to my embarrassment) but Colin Baker…

Maria Kalotichou
August 15th, 2018

Big Finish Review: The First Doctor Adventures Vol. 2

Mark Donaldson finds Sydney Newman’s vision of Doctor Who harnessed to great effect in the latest volume of Big Finish’s The First Doctor Adventures. Once David Bradley was canonised, Hurndall-like,…

Mark Donaldson
August 14th, 2018

Rethinking Regenerations of Old (Part Two)

Previously in Part One, I took a closer look at the Regenerations of the first four Doctors. This time, I’ll be tackling those of the 1980s Doctors… Now we come…

Cathaoir McKay
July 26th, 2018

Waiting for Jodie

There was a lot to take away from the World Cup trailer; dippy egg for Ryan, pizza for Yaz and a chippy tea for Graham. We saw little of Jodie…

Mark Donaldson
July 25th, 2018

Hour of the Cybermen – Big Finish Review

This month sees the finale in a loose trilogy of Sixth Doctor adventures. Companion-less, the Sixth Doctor has been through a lot, there was the betrayal of a friend in…

Jordan Shortman
July 25th, 2018

The Time War 2 – Big Finish Review

For something that was designed to restore a bit of mystery to the character of the Doctor ahead of the show’s regeneration in 2005, the Time War is at risk…

Mark Donaldson
July 17th, 2018

A Summer of Love

Being a Doctor Who fan the last few months has felt a rollercoaster of anticipation. We went through a few weeks after Peter Capaldi’s last episode with what seemed a…

Maria Kalotichou
July 17th, 2018

Rethinking Regenerations of Old (Part One)

We Doctor Who fans love to rank things. Be it Doctors, Companions, Stories or Console Rooms we all have our favourites and least favourites. Another aspect of Doctor Who that…

Cathaoir McKay
July 16th, 2018