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text 2017-07-13 22:49
Erster Satz | David Whitaker: Doctor Who and the Daleks
Doctor Who And The Daleks - David Whitaker

I stopped the car at last and let the fog close in around me. 


I knew I was somewhere on Barnes Common and I had a suspicious idea it was the most deserted part as well. A warm fire and the supper my landlady would have waiting for me seemed as far away as New Zealand. I wondered how long it would take me to walk home to Paddington and the possible answer didn't do anything to cheer me up. 


A fitting end to an impossible day, I thought savagely. 

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text 2017-07-06 06:49
Doctor Who: 12 Doctors, 12 Stories - Eoin Colfer,Charlie Higson,Philip Reeve,Michael Scott,Malorie Blackman,Alex Scarrow,Neil Gaiman,Richelle Mead,Marcus Sedgewick,Patrick Ness,Holly Black,Derek Landry

Not a bad read, all in all. Most stories were nice but not extremely memorable. I think the one I like best is the Ninth Doctor's adventure between when Rose turns him down the first time and when he come back for her again. 

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review 2017-06-08 15:42
This was a strong follow up
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #2.15 - Mark Wheatley,Nick Abadzis,Arianna Florean,Eleonora Carlini

I got more an idea what was happening - although, man, the first issue in this story arc really would have been helpful - but I felt that disconnect from this Doctor: I would rather be reading about Capaldi's Doctor.  


That being said, this continues to be wonderful: the writing and art are perfect for this Doctors and this story, and it continues to be charming and funny.  I just was frustrated not really knowing what was going on and with this particular Doctor.

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review 2017-06-08 15:33
I got this in a grab bag
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #2.14 - Nick Abadzis,Eleonora Carlini

Honestly, I like all the Nu-Whos, but Capaldi is my favorite.   I was less invested in this due to my attachment to one particular doctor, but I also loved a lot of the jokes in here.   It felt much like an episode, including the characterizations and bizarre sci-fi plots.  


But I came in on this story as part two of five.   And I felt slightly lost.   Between that, and the fact that I was hoping I'd be more attached to this Doctor - this was one of the two issues I could see, along with an OCY-C that I wanted in print because Ward's art deserves to be read in print - but I wasn't.   


The art, by the way, is expressive, beautiful and the colors bright.   It all just matches these characters and this story.



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url 2017-06-02 12:36
Attention 'Doctor Who' fans: TARDIS to land in the form of a free library

Dan Zemke, 28, of Detroit has been a fan of Doctor Who for years. He's wanted to build a replica of the show's TARDIS, or Time And Relative Dimension in Space time machine, for a while now.


On Saturday, he'll unveil his version: The 10-foot tall, 1-ton structure will serve as a shared library at the corner of Vermont and Warren in Detroit's historic Woodbridge neighborhood.



Source: www.usatoday.com/story/life/nation-now/2017/05/31/dr-who-fans-detroit-get-its-own-tardis-form-free-library/360437001
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