Oscar vs The 2nd Doctor, No Contest & A Third Doctor Choice

While the rest of the country checks out Todd MacFarlane's family guy version of the Oscars Dr. Who fans in America will be tuned to BBC America to watch the 2nd Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special featuring Patrick Troughton as the 2nd Doctor. The selection of Tomb of the Cybermen as tonight's episode was almost … Continue reading Oscar vs The 2nd Doctor, No Contest & A Third Doctor Choice

Two less missing episodes for Doctor Who

For Doctor Who fans the gap between the end of the season and the Christmas special is a time in the wilderness, made slightly worse because Rich's Comic Blog is also on hiatus until 2012. However there is joy in the Doctor Who Universe as two episodes that have been lost for over 45 years … Continue reading Two less missing episodes for Doctor Who

Doctor Who Regenerations through the decades

The BBC has made a concerted effort this year to push Doctor Who in America. One of the things that might confuse people are the different faces. Doctor Who has been around almost as long as I have. The First episode premiered just six months after I was born. The series the actor in the … Continue reading Doctor Who Regenerations through the decades

“There is no Macra Fraud”: UPDATE Prosser now ahead?

This is an emergency! Control must be believed and obeyed! No-one in the colony believes in Macra! There is no such thing as Macra! Macra do not exist! There are no Macra! Dr. Who the Macra Terror 1967. I couldn't help but think of that lost episode when I read this from Ann Althouse response … Continue reading “There is no Macra Fraud”: UPDATE Prosser now ahead?

If you wonder why I love the Doctor Who Series so much…

It's moments like this: Yes my inner geek is really shining today, it's been highly repressed for a bit. Update: Is there a line better than "Basically, RUN!"? Update 2: Yes I had to use a 2nd video the first one was pulled.

Doctor who; The Glorious Revolution: Amazon Review

My review of the Big Finish Doctor Who Companion Chronicles adventure #4.2 The Glorious Revolution staring Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon is available at Amazon.com here. Hines companion chronicles are always fun not only because he is a good performer but also because his 2nd doctor voice is almost indistinguishable from the real Patrick Troughton.

Dr. Who The Great Space Elevator: Amazon Review

My review of the Big Finish Companion Chronicles 3.2 The Great Space Elevator staring Debra Wattling as Victoria Waterfield companion to the 2nd Doctor. is available at Amazon.com here. A word of warning, it is unclear if this is set up for the right product on Amazon.com. I would suggest picking it up from Either … Continue reading Dr. Who The Great Space Elevator: Amazon Review

Let’s change the Subject: who is your favorite Doctor?

Since Rich has finished his last story and hasn't started his next story yet and we need a change of pace to get my mind off of all of the stupid stuff we've had to deal with today. So lets have a fun poll that has (almost) nothing political about it: The Ron Paul thing … Continue reading Let’s change the Subject: who is your favorite Doctor?

Doctor Who, the Angel of Scutari; Amazon review

My review of #122 in the Big Finish Doctor Who series The Angel of Scutari is available at Amazon.com here. You are going to wait for a while to see how this cliffhanger ends since the next 7th doctor adventures are going to feature Kline from the adventure Colditz. You can of course buy all … Continue reading Doctor Who, the Angel of Scutari; Amazon review

Dr. Who Fear of the Daleks: Amazon Review

My review of the Big Finish Companion Chronicles story Fear of the Daleks is now available at Amazon.com here. This is from the first season of the series and didn't include any interviews. A shame as they would have been quite enjoyable. I picked up this copy from the used section at Mike's comics. Not … Continue reading Dr. Who Fear of the Daleks: Amazon Review