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Weekly Roundup: 1st Oct - 7th Oct

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
What you may have missed in the world of Doctor Who. 2018-10-08T14:54:29+01:00 2018-10-08T14:54:29+01:00
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Weekly Roundup: 24th Sept - 1st Oct

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
The highlights of all things Doctor Who happening this week. 2018-09-28T13:57:01+01:00 2018-09-28T13:57:01+01:00
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The Official Trailer is here!

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
Bigger and bolder than ever, this series marks the arrival of Jodie Whittaker, the Thirteenth Doctor - a super-smart force of nature, alongside a team of new and delightful characters. This series is full of action and adventure, humour and thrills - an unmissable drama everyone will enjoy. 2018-09-18T09:38:24+01:00 2018-09-18T09:38:24+01:00
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It's about time...

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
Doctor Who to land on Sunday 7th October 2018. 2018-09-05T10:36:29+01:00 2018-09-05T10:36:29+01:00
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Michael Pickwoad (1945 - 2018)

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
Production designer Michael Pickwoad has died at the age of 73. One of Doctor Who’s main contributors, he was the man behind the shows new look over the last 7 years. 2018-08-28T10:04:07+01:00 2018-08-28T10:04:07+01:00
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New Series Writers and Directors announced

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
Showrunner Chris Chibnall introduces the team behind the new series launching this autumn on BBC One. 2018-08-20T12:52:44+01:00 2018-08-20T12:52:44+01:00
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Chris Chibnall to appear at CBBC Summer Social this weekend!

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
CBBC Summer Social have announced Doctor Who Executive Producer Chris Chibnall as part of their jam-packed line-up. 2018-08-02T12:47:28+01:00 2018-08-02T12:47:28+01:00
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First look at brand new Doctor Who

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
Watch the first teaser footage for the brand new series of Doctor Who, featuring Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole. 2018-07-19T20:45:00+01:00 2018-07-19T20:45:00+01:00
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The Doctor Who Series 11 Teaser has landed!

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
New Doctor Who, New friends, New Adventures. Doctor Who Series 11 is coming soon! 2018-07-15T16:44:45+01:00 2018-07-15T16:44:45+01:00
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Exclusive first look of new Doctor Who during World Cup Final

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
The World Cup may not be coming home but the TARDIS is on its way. Tune into the World Cup Final this Sunday on BBC One or come back here for the exclusive first look of new Doctor Who and friends. 2018-07-13T13:31:31+01:00 2018-07-13T13:31:31+01:00
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New series of Doctor Who to be scored by composer Segun Akinola

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
Launching this autumn on BBC One, the highly anticipated new series of Doctor Who will be scored by burgeoning composer Segun Akinola. 2018-06-26T22:00:00+01:00 2018-06-26T22:00:00+01:00
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Doctor Who returns to BBC iPlayer – with every episode since 2005 available to watch

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
Doctor Who fans excited for the highly-anticipated new series this autumn are in for a treat this summer, as every episode since the 2005 revival will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer from Monday 4th June. 2018-06-04T12:00:00+01:00 2018-06-04T12:00:00+01:00
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Jodie Whittaker Unveils Brand New Doctor Who Logo

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
A new logo for the new Doctor... 2018-02-20T20:15:46+00:00 2018-02-20T20:15:46+00:00
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Some of the Greatest Doctor Who Episodes Ever on BBC iPlayer!

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
There’s something special about adventures that feature the Doctor regenerating. The stories are often emotional rollercoasters, even bigger and more dramatic than other episodes… And as we prepare for the Twelfth Doctor’s regeneration on Christmas Day, a whole bunch of them are now available to... 2017-12-16T13:15:00+00:00 2017-12-16T13:15:00+00:00
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The 2017 Christmas Special: Everything we’ve got (and know!) so far…

BBC Doctor Who - Fri, 10/12/2018 - 02:54
Having trouble keeping up with the latest trailers, clips, pics and need-to-know facts about this year’s Christmas Special? Well, you’ve certainly come to the right place! So, with fair warning of spoilers ahead, here’s a round-up of what’s what and who’s Who… 2017-12-15T12:37:31+00:00 2017-12-15T12:37:31+00:00
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REVIEW: Bernice Summerfield – The Story So Far (Vol 1 and 2) is a Beautiful Birthday Bash for Benny

Blogtor Who - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 18:40
Can you believe that Big Finish’s First Lady has turned twenty this year?

Lisa Bowerman’s fantastic performance as Bernice Summerfield paved the way for the Big Finish to become the audio powerhouse we know today. Without her, there’d be no Classic Doctor Who adventures; no returning Doctors, companions or monsters. In fact, we might not even have Bernice herself. To celebrate Benny’s second decade in audio, Big Finish have treated her to two big lovely box-sets of new stories.


James Goss’s opening story takes us back to Benny’s roots as a reluctant cadet. Shying away from war, offering advice to her fellow classmates on love, happiness and homework.

For some listeners, the adventures of Bernice Summerfield might seem a little daunting. But Goss crafts this story in such a way that no real knowledge of her past is required. You can easily follow this story if you’re a newcomer. Yet, at the same time, it appeals to old listeners with the presence of Lisa Bowerman herself alongside the younger Bernice played by Emily Laing. In particular, Laing effortlessly captures the qualities that make Bernice such a lovable character while making the role her own. Given she was working alongside the Woman Herself, that’s no easy feat. She has a great chemistry with everyone, including Che Francis as Bernice’s childhood sweetheart, Simon. There another great performance from Robbie Stevens as the Academy Headmaster, a man with a few skeletons in his closet.

But things aren’t all fun and games and James Goss gives us some truly heart-breaking moments. Bernice sees friends die, her camp is raided and the conclusion leaves us on tenterhooks. A follow-up adventure is practically demanded. Hopefully Big Finish will bring back Emily Laing at some point in the future.

The Grel Invasion of Earth by Jacqueline Rayner

Continuing on the set, Jaqueline Rayner returns to writing with her story, ‘The Grel Invasion of Earth’. As you might have guessed it is a parody of the 1964 story but you’ll have to listen to the story to find out what is happening. The story opens and closes with some brilliant musical numbers from Lisa Bowerman which are rather amusing. But these are far from the only humorous moments that litter this story.

Thanks to Rayner’s witty writing style, the story rattles along at a pace, not only working as an homage to ‘The Dalek Invasion of Earth’ but also in dealing with the sudden appearance of Bernice’s ex-husband, Jason Kane, played brilliantly by Stephen Fewell. Hearing Fewell and Bowerman re-united is a treat despite spending a large chunk of the story alone. Bernice is solving the problems while Jason is trying to get to her to prove his devotion to her. And like the previous story, this one also delivers a knife to the heart in their parting.

Rayner has such a great handle on Bernice’s character, which is little surprise as it was her who worked on Bernice’s adventures for a long time during the range. She gives Lisa Bowerman some hysterical one liners, especially when she paired up with some of the least threatening monsters in the Doctor Who mythology: the Grel!

Braxiatel in Love by Simon Guerrier

The third and final tale for this opening set is ‘Braxiatel in Love’, written by Simon Guerrier. Again, this is another enjoyable piece, if a little slower in pace because it makes the bold choice to not really put the focus on Benny but her shady partner, Braxiatel.

As the title suggests, Braxiatel finds himself in love with someone whom Bernice doesn’t like or trust. At first this leads to some rather amusing little moments but things quickly escalate and Bernice finds herself on the receiving end of Braxiatel’s wrath.

Miles Richardson steps up brilliantly to the tasks this role demands in this story, moving from love, to rage to grief in fairly short succession. He and Lisa Bowerman have a tremendous chemistry together and, in keeping with the apparent theme for this release, Guerrier gives us another sad ending for one of the characters.

Likewise, Guerrier has a good handle on Bernice’s characterisation and delivers a third and final tale for this set which is thoroughly enjoyable.

Volume One – Overall

‘Bernice Summerfield: The Story So Far’ is a tremendous set, featuring the return of old writers, stars, characters and concepts that will thrill both old and new listeners. The guest and main cast are both excellent and the writing makes for a good variety of tales. And the direction from Scott Handcock is just divine: maintaining a nicely rattling pace along long and complicated scripts.

‘Bernice Summerfield – The Story So Far (Volume One) is available to buy now from the Big Finish website.

Volume Two BERNICE SUMMERFIELD – THE STORY SO FAR (VOLUME TWO) Every Dark Thought by Eddie Robson

Eddie Robson kicks Volume Two off with a story that knows the villain’s identity has been given away by the first line the actor says so doesn’t waste time with false suspense. But Robson does a very good job of making us think that the Valeyard has the upper hand this time around.

Intentional or not, Robson makes the story feel like a ‘Virgin New Adventures’ book. Which is fitting since that’s where Benny originates. The NAs grew increasingly dark and morbid and that is exactly the vibe you get from ‘Every Dark Thought’. There’s some disturbing moments involving the monsters and the sound design alone is enough to make you uneasy!

Lisa Bowerman is predictably excellent as Benny and the rapport she shares with Michael Jayston’s Valeyard is a surprise. Of course, Benny is initially willing to believe this man is the Doctor but it is fun to hear her finally working out the truth, something Robson gives to us in a gloriously twisted way. A brilliant start to the second set.

Empress of the Drahvins by David Llewellyn

While ‘Every Dark Thought’ is a particularly dark story, ‘Empress of the Drahvins’ couldn’t be more different. The story from David Llewelyn sees the return of the First Doctor villains, the Drahvins and is gloriously amusing.

Llewelyn starts things slow before launching full-pelt into a very charged and relevant script. We know how ruthless and shifty the Drahvin’s are from their appearance in ‘Galaxy 4’ but this story depicts them at their most cold-hearted. Their actions throughout this story is shocking and their blasé attitude shows how cold and calculating they really are.

It was nice to hear Ayesha Antoine as Ruth – a long-running main character in Bernice’s series – take centre stage. She doesn’t upstage the birthday girl, but it’s nice to hear a story where she gets the spotlight. Antoine rises to the challenge brilliantly, proving how funny she is, especially with her exasperation with Gorath played by Luke MacGregor. She is a definite highlight of this release.

The Angel of History by Una McCormack

Una McCormack’s closing story in the set takes place in the latest timeline for Benny. Some time during (or after) her travels in the Unbound Universe with its own Doctor played by David Warner. McCormack does a brilliant job with this story benefiting from there being no over-arching storyline. Each writer gets free reign and McCormack’s story makes possibly the best use of that freedom.

‘The Angel of History’ puts Benny right under the microscope. The story is shocking and surprising, made all the better because it does mirror some real-world events both in the past and currently happening. But McCormack does a good job of not shoving that in our faces and just letting the story run its course. It has a tremendous twist at the end but to say anything more about the plot would ruin it completely.

With a very Benny-centric script, it falls to Lisa Bowerman to carry the bulk of the dialogue which she does with absolute aplomb. This bolsters and already heartbreaking conclusion that asks a lot of questions for the listener to ponder over the credits.

Volume Two – Overall

Volume Two is a heavier set than the previous one. Whereas the first set decided to tell some fun, lighter stories, this one goes for dark and thought-provoking. Again, Scott Handcock has risen to the challenge wonderfully as director and deserves a lot of credit for delivering a worth anniversary for Benny.

‘Bernice Summerfield – The Story So Far (Volume Two) is available to buy now from the Big Finish website.

With a wealth of guest stars making reappearances, it would have been easy for the lead to get lost in the muddle. So let’s talk about Lisa Bowerman as Benny in more detail…

Lisa Bowerman

It goes without saying that Lisa Bowerman is a tremendous actor and a delight to listen to as Bernice Summerfield. As well as playing the character for twenty years, she has starred in a plethora of other Big Finish audio adventures and acted as director for plenty too. Not to mention she’s a tried and tested director for Big Finish as well in ranges like the Short Trips, Jago & Litefoot, Graceless, Torchwood and many others. We genuinely don’t know how she does it all!

It’s a testament to her talent and dedication that Bernice is still sounding strong twenty years down the line. Enthralling new and old fans alike to her corner of the Big Finish world. Here’s to another twenty years and more!

Do you have any favourite Benny moments from the audios or books? Let us know in the comments.

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The Doctor’s Earring: Original Designer Alex Monroe Announces Official Replicas

Blogtor Who - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 12:01
For the Thirteenth Doctor’s soon to be iconic earring, Jodie Whittaker turned to celebrity jeweler Alex Monroe. Now fans can buy their own Doctor Who replicas from Monroe himself.

The Thirteenth Doctor is in many ways, both completely the same person the Doctor always was and very much her own woman. But there’s one particularly distinctive things about the Doctor’s new appearance. Whittaker is the only actor, so far, to wear an earring as the character. Easily missed in those final scenes in last Sunday’s Doctor Who, when the Doctor unveils her new look she’s also acquired a single, classy, cuff earring in her left ear.

The design was the result of a collaboration between Whittaker and celebrated jeweler Alex Monroe. It features gold and silver hands shaking hands (representing the bond between the Earth and the Doctor) on the ear lobe and a cluster of silver stars cuffed around the upper ear to represent the Doctor’s alien origins. Once the design was agreed, it was hand made in Monroe’s exclusive London Bridge workshop.

Now you can have the Doctor’s Galaxy Earring too

Now Alex Monroe is making exact replicas of his original custom piece available for general sale. Whether you’re a perfectionist cosplayer, or are just showing your fandom, the ‘Doctor Who Galaxy’ earring is ideal. It’s available exclusively from Alex Monroe’s own online store, or from their London Bridge shop. It’s priced at £135.

The Doctor Who Galaxy Single Earring, available from Alex Monroe (c) Alex Monroe

Of the project, Alex Monroe says “I love Doctor Who and watched it religiously when I was a kid and now my kids absolutely love it. I have three girls, each one brought up with a different Doctor. To create a piece for the show and such a strong character is incredibly rewarding and exciting.”

Monroe has also made other pieces inspired by the Thirteenth Doctor. If the cuff and chain look isn’t to your tastes, then a more straightforward version is available. Consisting simply of the handshake in the form a single stud the Companion Earring is priced at £75.

The Doctor Who Companion Single Stud Earring by Alex Monroe (c) Alex Monroe

Also being produced is the Galaxy In-Line Necklace featuring two silver hands holding a cluster of golden stars between them.

The Doctor Who Galaxy In Line Necklace by Alex Monroe (c) Alex Monroe

The new Alex Monroe x Doctor Who range can be shipped anywhere in the world, with free shipping within the UK. For full details on the range of products seen the official Alex Monroe site.

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BREAKING: David Tennant and Catherine Tate Return to Big Finish for Volume Three

Blogtor Who - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 09:00
David Tennant and Catherine Tate have returned to Big Finish for Volume Three of The Tenth Doctor Adventures. And this time they have brought the family with them.

The fan-favourite characters will be joined by Bernand Cribbins as Wilf Mott, Donna’s grandfather, alongside Jacqueline King as Donna’s mother, Sylvia Noble. Due for release in May 2019, the inspiration for this new boxset came from the man who brought Doctor Who back to our screens in 2005 – Russell T Davies.

“Three box sets in and my excitement about working on The Tenth Doctor Adventures is as strong as ever,” says producer David Richardson. “When we first started thinking about this new set of stories, I emailed Russell T Davies to ask about including Sylvia. He suggested we should try for Wilf too – it had never occurred to me that we might be able to get Bernard Cribbins involved. But a call to Bernard’s agent revealed how delighted he was by the prospect, and there we had it – the Noble family together again, nine years after they last appeared on TV.”

David Tennant and Catherine Tate

Jacqueline King was thrilled to return to her role as Donna alongside Catherine Tate and Bernard Cribbins. “Doctor Who has been the gift that keeps on giving. I started, believing I was to appear in one Christmas episode, then was thrilled to appear in more. I recently returned to the role with Big Finish and it was like putting a cherished old sweater back on. That old sweater will have to be washed and conditioned ready for this episode with the A team back in full. Can’t believe my luck. I’m guessing it might actually feel a bit emotional.”

The new release features tales from stalwart Big Finish writers James Goss, Jenny T Colgan and Roy Gill with Big Finish veteran Ken Bentley assuming the directing role. The Doctor and Donna will battle the 1952 Great Smog of London and a holiday in the underwater paradise of Vallarasee. But perhaps their scariest adventure to date will be joining Sylvia and Wilf in their home renovation of the family bathroom. Just imagine the trauma!

Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Adventures – Volume Three (Limited Edition) is available now for pre-order. A five-disc collector’s edition – limited to 5,000 copies – is available on CD in a deluxe book set packaging for a pre-release price of £35, with the download-only version for £25.

Included with the limited edition release, Doctor Who and Blake’s 7 costume designer June Hudson has provided costume designs for the creatures and aliens. Writer and SFX specialist Mike Tucker has created storyboards for the new stories. With behind-the-scenes interviews from some of the cast and crew as well, this limited edition makes for an unmissable audio package.

The Tenth Doctor Adventures – Volume Three is available to pre-order now from the Big Finish website.

Each story can also be bought individually for £8.99 on download and £10.99 on CD. The three can also be bought together in a bundle for £22 on download and £25 on CD.

Doctor Who – The Tenth Doctor Adventures – Volume 3 will be released in May 2019. 3.1 No Place by James Goss

It’s Haunted Makeovers! The home improvement show with a spooky twist.

The Noble family are hoping to cast out a few spirits along with the old bathroom suite, as presenter Justin joins Donna, Wilf, Sylvia and the Doctor for the latest edition of his reality TV series.

Of course, Justin knows that any supernatural phenomena can be faked. Ghosts can’t possibly be real.

Can they..?

3.2 One Mile Down by Jenny T Colgan

Donna and the Doctor take a holiday – in the beautiful underwater city of Vallarasee.

Things have changed since the Doctor last swam through it: Vallarasee is now enclosed inside an airdome. Judoon patrol historic sites, and instead of tourists wearing helmets to breathe, the native Fins are forced to adapt.

But leaks have begun to trickle into the dome, and the Doctor and Donna must convince the Judoon that disaster is imminent. Or else thousands will be trapped, as the waters rise…

3.3 The Creeping Death by Roy Gill

London, 1952, and a deadly smog envelops the capital.

But something even more dangerous – and alien – is hiding within the mists.

When the Doctor and Donna get lost in the fog, they find a motley group of Londoners trying to make their way home.

Soon the stakes are raised, as death creeps along fume-choked streets, and not everyone will make it out alive….

  • Executive Producers: Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs
  • Producer: David Richardson
  • Script Editor: Matt Fitton
  • Director: Ken Bentley

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REVIEW: Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Volume One

Blogtor Who - Wed, 10/10/2018 - 08:55
Titan Comics’ The Lost Dimension sees eight different Doctors encounter the Void as it threatens to undo all of time and space. It’s a purposefully ridiculous thrill ride

Multi-Doctor stories in Doctor Who, where various incarnations of our favourite Time Lord meet themselves, are traditionally affairs high in sugar and low in nutritional value. Like Death by Chocolate cakes and magnums of Champagne, they’re not usually wheeled in for regular Saturday nights in. They’re to celebrate some massive occasion like a 10th, 20th or even 50th wedding anniversary.

Titan Comics’ The Lost Dimension has no such excuse for existing, so readers could be forgiven for considering it a bit indulgent. But it’s no lavish bash, with tinkling glasses and lots of toasts to the happy couple. Instead it’s like an epic night out with your best friends. The sort of night that sees you wake up fully dressed, crumpled on the floor. Perhaps with dim memories of squinting at the chipper menu and pondering when ‘deep fried battered pizza’ became a thing. The sort of night that leaves you squinting into the afternoon Sun, a mug of coffee the size of your head in hand, declaring to the world “I regret nothing!”

Doctor Who: Lost Dimension Part 1 – Pg 6. Art by Rachael Stott. (c) BBC Almost daring the reader to laugh along at its audacious spectacle and use of characters, Titan Comics’ Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension is unapologetically fun

This is particularly true of the opening chapter by Cavan Scott and Rachael Stott. There’s a massive sense of joyful abandon infecting every panel as yet more characters and ideas are thrown at you. The Ninth Doctor! Captain Jack! Jenny! Jenny encountering the Fifth Doctor! “Oh, she’s got herself a bowship!” The Twelfth Doctor, Bill and Nardole! The Tenth Doctor, Cindy and Gabby! Kate and Osgood! It’s fantastically silly and fun and powered along by the charisma and energy Stott brings to every panel of art. To keep a cast this big distinct, not just in likeness, but expression and body language is amazing. And her spot on ability to give Bill, in particular, hairstyles and clothes she never wore on TV but feel absolutely right for the character is genuinely impressive and rare.

The nature of this sort of event, snaking its way through various books, means it feels a bit disjointed. We move from one Doctor Who book’s writer and artist team to another every couple of dozen pages. That’s offset a little by the nature of the threat. A void that’s appeared throughout time and space, consuming reality itself and breaking down history, means that all the different Doctors can encounter it simultaneously as separate adventures.

Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Part 1 Pg 4. Art by Rachael Stott. (c) BBC Events lead to a cliffhanger ending on ancient Gallifrey that leaves you drumming your fingers impatiently for Volume Two

So in Nick Abadzis and Mariano Laclaustra’s tale, the Ninth Doctor, Rose, Vastra and Jenny Flint discover the Void while visiting a Silurian leper colony on 19th century Earth. And the same writer teams with Ariana Florean and Giorgia Sposito to bring us the story of the Void taking over the Cybermen to launch an assault on a space station in the far future. And in the final installment in this volume, writer Alex Paknadel and artist I.N.J. Culbard fling the Eleventh Doctor and Alice back to ancient Gallifrey and the test flight of a Type 1 TARDIS. A test flight which may well be the cause of everything else that’s happening.

Overall, this gives Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Volume One the feeling of an anthology of linked stories, rather than one narrative. There’s a stop-start pace as events build to a climax, only to restart with setting up a new scenario. It robs it of any huge sense of momentum. But the cliffhanger ending leaves us with signs that, if Volume One saw a collection of problems and clues thrown into the air, Volume Two will cut a clearer path towards the solution.

Fun, brash and freewheeling The Lost Dimension is an entertaining thrill ride from Titan Comics despite its piecemeal nature. A cheeky explosion of ideas, it more than merits its place among the canon of multi-Doctor adventures.

Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Volume One Pg 62. Art by Ariana Florean and Giorgia Sposito. (c) BBC Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Volume One

In this first of two volumes collecting Titan Comics’ giant Doctor Who crossover event, witness the return of Jenny, the Doctor’s daughter, who has a terrifying message for the Twelfth Doctor, Bill, and Nardole. The Void is hungry, and it’s beginning to devour the universe we know and love!

From there, the threat of the Void spirals out to affect all of the Doctor’s incarnations. From the Ninth, who re-encounters Silurian detective Madame Vastra. To the Tenth, who battles cybernetic foes on a space station orbiting a white hole. To the Eleventh, who journeys beyond the universe and into an impossible era of his civilization’s ancient past…!


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