This week, Stephen and Matthew flip through their memories to dredge up thoughts on early Doctor Who, and how it relates to Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #1.

November 23, 1963: A day that changed the world forever. That day saw the broadcast debut of Doctor Who, which was to become the longest-running science-fiction series on television. And now 50 years later, we pay tribute to one of the greatest pop-culture heroes of all time with this special series, which tells an epic adventure featuring all 11 incarnations of the intrepid traveler through time and space known simply as… the Doctor.


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  1. comicfan1974
    February 1, 2013 at 8:16 am — Reply

    Was anyone bothered by the fact that apparently the First Doctor can now control the Tardis? He never could in the old series. I must admit that I actually liked the suggestion that he can occasionally actually steer, but for a comic that made a point of trying to stay faithful to early Who (Ian’s name mis-pronounciation gag etc,) wondered why they contradicted so definite a bit of canon.

  2. orfeo
    May 3, 2013 at 9:29 am — Reply

    Ugh. Listening to one of you guys spend several minutes talking about the Web of Fear instead of the Web Planet was pretty painful. I’m supposed to treat your commentary on whether this fits Doctor Who or makes sense as knowledgeable after that?

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