Friday, 6 January 2017
On 6.1.17 by KieronMoore in 2000 AD, doctor who, Judge Anderson, Rogue One, Star Wars, Starburst, The O Men, Three Wishes for Cinderella No comments
I've not got around to spamming out links to reviews I've written for Starburst recently, so here in one blog post is an explosion of pent-up critical energy...
I reviewed Absolute Power and Quicksilver, two Doctor Who audio stories featuring Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor. Colin's Doctor returned alongside Alex Kingston in The Diary of River Song, because why should Matt Smith have the monopoly on sharing her sexy archaeology antics?
Rogue One - A Star Wars Story hit cinemas in December. It's a really beautifully designed film, and so The Art of Rogue One is an awesome treat and a real stand-out among the usual cacophony of tie-in books and merch.
If you're thinking "I hate Star Wars and Doctor Who, give me some Germanic folklore!" then you're in luck, as I also reviewed the DVD release of Three Wishes for Cinderella. It's a Christmas classic in Czechia!
And for the comics readers, I've written some words on Cadet Anderson: Teenage Kyx from 2000 AD and Martin Eden's The O Men: Book Five.
“Space – the final frontier.” Well, any episode that begins with the Doctor doing the Star Trek opening has my attention. That quote s...
Perhaps to be remembered as the one where the Doctor gets in on this year’s in-thing of punching Nazis in the face. But we’ll get back t...
Well, a lot happened there. Series 10 so far has felt like a deliberate shift away from the arc-driven, continuity-heavy excesses o...
Modern day opening, trip to the future, trip to the past – all in the bag. Now it’s time for the return to the companion’s modern day l...
After The Pilot started off Doctor Who ’s current run by shaking off the complex plots and blockbuster stylings of the Steven Moffat er...
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