Friday, November 27, 2015

Doctor Who - Torchwood The Conspiracy Review (Major Spoilers)

The Conspiracy
By David Llewellyn
Starring John

Captain Jack is suspicious of a group called The Committee.  The Committee is a group that is run by aliens and they seem to have a hand in the events of the world throughout history.  When renowned conspiracy theorist arrives in Cardiff and is talking about The Committee Captain Jack couldn’t waste a moment to talk to George Wilson to find out what he knows about The Committee. What Jack finds out is that most of what George Wilson has been talking about is made up but how was he right about half of the stuff he was talking about in his lectures.  Only when a blogger who got to close ends up dead does Jack fear the worst and that The Committee is now after him.

Doctor Who - The Fan Show Reactions To Face the Raven

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Doctor Who - Synopsis For Torchwood Forgotten Lives

Out now is the third Torchwood audio adventure and this month Eve Myles and Kai Owen reprise their roles in Forgotten Lives which takes place 4 years after Miracle Day.  You can order this audio adventure from the Big Finish website.

It has been four years since the Miracle, and Gwen and Rhys's lives have gone back to normal, very normal. They're raising their daughter (they've got pictures they'd be only too happy to show you), they're living in a nice house, and they're almost on top of the laundry.

Captain Jack Harkness has been missing from the world and their lives for a long time. But late one night the phone rings, and they're summoned to an isolated part of North Wales. The Bryn Offa Nursing Home contains a dark secret, an alien threat, and someone who really shouldn't be there.

Gwen and Rhys are about to discover that Torchwood stays with you for the rest of your life.

Written By: Emma Reeves
Directed By: Scott Handcock

Eve Myles (Gwen Cooper), Kai Owen (Rhys Williams), Philip Bond (Griffith), Valmai Jones (Elunedd), Seán Carlsen (Gary), Emma Reeves (Ceri/Nurse Bevan)

Produced by James Goss
Script edited by Steve Tribe

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Doctor Who Comic Book Cover Music Variants: Blondie, David Bowie and Bob Dylan‏

Out now and in February and March are three Doctor Who comic book cover variants that pay homage to some classic rock album covers.  These are pretty cool and my favorite is The Blondie one.  Keep your eye out for these variant covers.

Inspired by David Bowie's Heroes

PRICE: $3.99

Chaos descends on the private Scottish school of Ravenscaur, as secrets sunk at the bottom of the bay are dragged into the light! As the Doctor investigates reports of a Tunguska-style event that shook the heavens decades previous, Clara unravels an establishment conspiracy that cuts to the country’s heart!

Doctor Who - Introduction and Preview Clip For Heaven Sent

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Into The Time Vortex Episode 2 - Doctor Who Season 9 - Under the Lake and Before the Flood

Here is episode 2 of our podcast and our same 6 fans discuss two more episodes from Doctor Who season 9 - enjoy and feel free to share with anyone.


Doctor Who - Promo Pics For Heaven Sent

Doctor Who - New Christmas Special Promo Pic and Synopsis

The BBC have released a promo pic and a synopsis for this years Christmas Special which airs surprisingly enough on Christmas Day but of course no air time given by the BBC.

It’s Christmas Day on a remote human colony and the Doctor is hiding from Christmas Carols and Comedy Antlers. But when a crashed spaceship calls upon the Doctor for help, he finds himself recruited into River Song’s squad and hurled into a fast and frantic chase across the galaxy.  
King Hydroflax (Greg Davies) is furious, and his giant Robot bodyguard is out-of-control and coming for them all! Will Nardole (Matt Lucas) survive? And when will River Song work out who the Doctor is?  
All will be revealed on a starliner full of galactic super-villains and a destination the Doctor has been avoiding for a very long time.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Doctor Who – Face The Raven – Review (spoilers)

By Ken Parker

This is a very interesting episode and it is obvious that the number of open endings in it means that the story still has to be completed. After what some consider to be one of the worst episodes in years, "Sleep No More", we have “Face the Raven” which is a very talky almost murder mystery type of plotline. Rigsy (seen in last season's “Flatline”) is in trouble and calls the Doctor and Clara. He has a tattoo of a number on his neck that is counting down. The team investigates and locates a hidden street in London that acts as a sanctuary for stranded aliens on Earth. It appears that Rigsy killed one of those aliens and the countdown is when he will die. He has totally forgotten about the previous day. What the real story is concerns Ashildr (Maisie Williams) and yet another elaborate plan to capture the Doctor. Who set the trap and why is to be determined next episode but that is not important right now.

Doctor Who - Face the Raven Review (Spoilers)

Doctor Who:
Face the Raven
By Sarah Dollard

“Let me be brave.”

Well they finally did something that I didn’t think they had the courage to do.  Even though the clues were there with Clara being so reckless I didn’t think Steven Moffat would actually go ahead and kill of Clara.  Yes he has killed a version of Clara before but this is was the death of an actual companion since 1982’s Earthshock.   Since Adric’s death came as a surprise and no one knew what was coming as social network did not exist back then there were a lot of rumors that Clara would meet her demise.  I have to say they kept the secret pretty good and most fans did not realize that it would be in episode 10.  There were leaks about her leaving and it was spoiled on radio and on some sites but most did not know that she would be killed off.   But the clues were there and I was one to put two and two together.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Doctor Who - LI Who 3 This Year With More Velvet and Fun

Yet again November is upon us and yet again it is time for Doctor Who fans from New England, Long Island, and the Mid-Atlantic States or well from around the US and the world to come to Long Island New York and attend the third Long Island Who convention.  This year’s convention took place on the weekend of the 13th to the 15th of November and had more guest than last year with Paul McGann, Carole Ann Ford, Janet Fielding, Katy Manning, Wendy Padbury, Frazer Hines, Noel Clarke, Camille Coduri and Derek Sherwin to name just a few.