Friday, 24 January 2014
Tuesday, 21 January 2014
Saturday, 18 January 2014
Welcome back readers. Yes, we are officially in 2014, but nothing solidifies it quite like listening to the first Doctor Who audio drama by Big Finish this month. Today, it’s Antidote to Oblivion!
Monday, 13 January 2014
So I finally got around to listening to Afterlife. It’s been sitting on my desktop for about a month now. Recently, I uploaded it to my phone and spent the afternoon in the pool listening to it in blissful tranquility. The result: Funeral in the Swimming Pool!
Saturday, 11 January 2014
Friday, 10 January 2014
If you're like me (an audio aficionado), then you love the Investigators of Infernal Incidents. You love the proper pathologist and the theatrical thespian Jago and Litefoot. In that case, allow me the honor of informing you that Big Finish has just posted the Victorian London defenders have been renewed for a 9th and a 10th season.
As some of you know, Season 7 and 8 have yet to be released, which should just about prove how popular and good this series is with fans (myself included). These are scheduled to be released in 2015, so if you haven't had the chance to listen to them, check out Big Finish and start buying!
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Wednesday, 8 January 2014
Well, it's been a long wait! No Eighth Doctor in 2013, except for the magnificent Night of the Doctor which finally gave us Paul McGann's long awaited regeneration. Other than that - dry season!
Welcome back to another Random Rants. We’re dealing with Doctor Who again. In this rant, I’ll be covering instances of when smart character completely drop the stupid ball. I mean really really stupid. Let’s take a look.
Monday, 6 January 2014
Last week, we had the Return, this week we had the Wedding. The Sign of Three continued the Series 3 trend of being distinctively different in both style and format. This is perhaps a callback to Steven Moffat’s decision to produce Series 7 of Doctor Who in a blockbuster of the week style. Whatever the case, The Sign of three was distinctive and certainly a treat to watch.