Comic Book Review – Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1 from Titan Comics

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Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1 Writers: Al Ewing & Rob Williams Artist: Simon Fraser Cover Artist: Alice X. Zhang Alternative Covers by Simon Fraser, Rob Farmer, Warren Pleece, & Alice X. Zhang Publisher: Titan Comics Quick Take:  A new era of begins, as Titan Comics takes over the Doctor Who license and launchs not one but two new Doctor Who series this week, each featuring a different Doctor.  (A third series featuring the incoming 12th … Continue reading

Arthur Darvill Wants You To Let it Go

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Sometimes when an actor plays a role for a while it’s easy for them to feel a bit typecast, especially in sci-fi shows.  You can’t blame them if they get a little frustrated by fans who have trouble moving on afterwards.  While on the Matt Edmondson Show on BBC Radio 1, Doctor Who companion actor Arthur Darvill has a message for those fans*. Arthur played companion Rory Williams for three years on Doctor Who.  But … Continue reading

A Doctor Who P.S. – Brian gets a letter.

The Doctor Who Fall Season finale had to feature what I called the saddest happy ending every told.  If you haven’t seen the episode, go watch it right now. One of the saddest things about it, for me, was we never found out if Rory’s Dad, Brian,  every found out what became of his son and daughter-in-law.  Well it turns out that Chris Chibnall wrote a scene that wasn’t shot that help resolve Brian’s story. … Continue reading

The Wedding of River Song – A review

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After 2 years, it’s finally happened.   Silence has fallen. The 6th season finale, served as a great wrap up, not just of this year, but the entire Steven Moffatt run to date. Some folks were quite upset when the 5th season ended and the Big Bang happened again and the cracks in time were closed,  the question of the what the Silence was and why it must fall still unanswered.  Then at the started of … Continue reading

The Doctor, Here to Help

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As we reach the end of another season of Doctor Who, just a few thoughts about this season and the series., as a whole, going back to 1963, before this season’s finale, “The Wedding of River Song” airs. This season has been a roller coaster since it started off with a shot at the Moon. We’ve had cowboys, monsters, pirates, astronauts, mermaids, and Presidents. Add a fireman and football player in there and it would … Continue reading