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How to be an Awesome Person

Hello!  The Doctor here.  It’s been quite a while since I’ve communicated en mass with you amazing humans, but I wanted to take a moment from my travels through time and space to share with you an important message. 740 more words

Doctor Who

CLASS: A Failed Spin-Off

Oh boy, 2016 was certainly a low year for Doctor Who fans because there wasn’t any content all year, to which we had to wait until Christmas Day to receive a new episode (and “The Return of Doctor Mysterio” wasn’t exactly the best narrative within the show’s 53 year-long history), followed by Series 10 the following Spring which left me (once again) confused and extremely dissatisfied. 1,887 more words


Torchwood: Out of Time

Writer: Catherine Treganna

Director: Alice Troughton

Producer: Richard Stokes

Summary: Captain Jack finds three people from 1953 on an airplane that has just landed in present-day Cardiff. 81 more words

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John Barrowman at Fan Expo 2017

When a panel begins with the guest dancing on stage wearing a trench coat, dramatically twirling the coat off, to reveal a tight-fitting TARDIS onesie, you know you’re in for a good time. 454 more words

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Torchwood - "Fall to Earth"

Torchwood – Release # 2
Written by: James Goss
Directed by: Scott Handcock
Performed by: Gareth David-Lloyd & Lisa Zahra
Duration: 60 mins approx
ISBN: 639 more words

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Torchwood: They Keep Killing Suzie

Writers: Phil Tomalin and Daniel McCullough

Producer: Richard Stokes

Director: James Strong

Summary: The team discovers a string of murders with the word “Torchwood” scrawled in blood. 86 more words


8-20 Happy birthday to James Marsters.

08-20 Happy birthday to James Marsters, Born: August 20, 1962.

James Wesley Marsters is an American actor and musician. Marsters first came to the attention of the general public playing the popular character Spike, a platinum-blond English vampire in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off series, Angel, from 1997 to 2004. 95 more words