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Is The Doctor really the same person throughout all his regenerations?

The short answer, of course, is yes.  After all, the conceit of regeneration is what allowed the show to continue after William Hartnell left.  The characters and the audience were clearly meant to accept Patrick Troughton as The Doctor, even though he looked and acted nothing like his predecessor.   717 more words

Doctor Who

Review: Doctor Who: Revolutions of Terror

Written by Nick Abadzis

Art by Elena Casagrande

Colours by Arianna Florean

Letters by Richard Starkings and Comicraft’s Jimmy Betancourt

Published by Titan


It’s the run up to the Day of the Dead in Brooklyn and Gabby Gonzalez is bored. 589 more words

Exquisite Reviews

Murray Gold's Out of this World Music - My top 20 tracks from a decade of Doctor Who!

This weekend saw the arrival through the post of the latest Doctor Who soundtrack, containing Murray Gold’s music from series 8 and the most recent Christmas special Last Christmas. 2,629 more words


Stay Calm and Call the Doctor

I remember it like it was yesterday.

The confession.

I hadn’t been dating the Mr. very long (ok, he wasn’t the Mr. then, just the Guy) and in a moment of stupidity, I confessed to him that I had never seen any of the Star Wars movies all the way through. 806 more words


Wizard World Philadelphia Wrap up

We are pleased to have points of view from 2 of our contributors, Ashley and Tony.  Please read on to hear about their experiences at the con. 1,370 more words


British make it well — Broadchurch

British make it well

It was three months ago when the finale of the second season of a British crime drama Broadchurch was released. Although the first episode brought along very high ratings and critical praise, the viewership started dropping with subsequent chapters and a mixed response from critics occurred. 818 more words