Buckle up, Whovians! Join us in the TARDIS for a BONUS MEGA episode revisiting our greatest Doctor Who hits! From 158 – History of the Timelords to 32 – Best Doctor Who Villain and 30 – Best Doctor Who Companions, we’re bringing it all back. Special guests Sterling Gates, Stephen Schleicher, and Matthew Peterson add their sonic insights. Get ready for a timey-wimey journey through the best of Geek History Lesson!
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To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Doctor Who, Titan Comics is releasing Doctor Who: Doom’s Day, part of a multi-platform Doctor Who story that features the return of Missy.
Cubicle 7 has announced Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game 2E Starter Set is scheduled to arrive in the second quarter of 2022.
Titan Comics announced last week that writer Dan Slott will be stepping aboard the TARDIS to pen three separate Doctor Who annual one-shots.
Missy is a great nemesis for the Doctor, and in April she is getting her own series from Titan Comics.
Throughout the show’s history, companions have died, fallen in love and departed, got cranky and walked out or finally returned home after being kinda…err, picked up by the Doctor. Some have been more memorable than others.
This week’s Top 5 looks at the best of the best writers to have worked on the television show.
It’s relatively easy to pick the best debut story for any new Doctor. ‘Power of the Daleks’ anyone? Or perhaps ‘The Eleventh Hour’ floats your boat? But it’s a much tougher task to rank the best debut season/series (the former for the classic era, the latter for the modern era) as there can be quite a lot of variability in quality. But I am here to attempt this formidable task, for all you wonderful Spoilerites!
The list below presents my Top 5 Unappreciated Monsters, a legion of foes of the Doctor who almost, but just missed, being great. I’d love to hear what your choices would be, in the comment section.
Enter, David Tennant. With credits too numerous to mention, but spanning stage, television, movies and radio, Tennant, with his reasonably good looks, light, breezy interpretation of the Doctor, and paired up with Billie Piper, elevated the series to new heights of popularity.
This article is what I consider the Top 5 spin offs, whether it be based on quality, nostalgia, or something that made the property stand out.
Today’s Top 5 looks at the best decisions production teams have made down the decades, decisions that have helped secure the show’s place in your viewing schedule.
No long running creative endeavor – whether it is a book or television or film series – is immune from making a fundamental error that jeopardizes the continued existence of that property.
Some of the strongest, most striking episodes of Doctor Who are those that have drunk deep of the horror well. Ostensibly a children’s show, Doctor Who has often taken great delight in terrifying the kiddies. In Britain, the term ‘behind the sofa’ is directly related to the show’s ability to send the watching kids scurrying for the safety of the rear of that comfortable piece of furniture, safe from the harrowing images on screen.