Book Review. The Miserable Git & The Scruffy Drunk: The Wife in Space Volumes 1 and 2 by Neil and Sue Perryman.

The Miserable Git: The Wife in Space Volume 1 I didn’t think I was going to get on with The Wife in Space at all, as one of the authors Neil Perryman wrote, ‘sheer awfulness of The Sensorites,’ one of my favourite Who stories being besmirched within the first few pages. But then I really … Continue reading Book Review. The Miserable Git & The Scruffy Drunk: The Wife in Space Volumes 1 and 2 by Neil and Sue Perryman.

Doctor Who: The Target Storybook by Various Reviewed.

Gatecrashers by Joy Wilkinson I love any stories with the Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz. There are not enough of them. So this was a fun story. The Slyther of Shoreditch by Mike Tucker The ever reliable Mike Tucker has written a great story here, featuring Sylvester McCoy’s Doctor and a Time Lord. They meet … Continue reading Doctor Who: The Target Storybook by Various Reviewed.

Doctor Who: The TV Movie by Gary Russell Reviewed.

Gary Russell has done the impossible and made me like the Doctor Who TV Movie. It even makes me want to watch the movie for only the second time, because once was enough. I suppose the one positive of the movie is that we get the actor Paul McGann playing Doctor Who. Perfect casting choice. … Continue reading Doctor Who: The TV Movie by Gary Russell Reviewed.

Doctor Who: Scratchman by Tom Baker and James Goss.

Wow, Scratchman was good! It starts as if it is an ordinary Who story, with the Doctor’s picnic being trampled and the discovery: villagers have been turned into scarecrows and were they scary. The remining survivors are rounded up into a church, where the Doctor is trying to use moths to defeat the scarecrows. Moths! … Continue reading Doctor Who: Scratchman by Tom Baker and James Goss.

Doctor Who: The Missy Chronicles by Various Reviewed.

‘I’ve done it all wrong!’ howled that idiot bear. ‘I’ve mixed up plain reality with awful whimsy … and now there’s chaos everywhere!’ Teddy Sparkles Must Die! by Paul Magrs It feels wrong to say I enjoyed The Missy Chronicles, because they contain Missy being murderous and evil, she’s no Doctor, is she? But she … Continue reading Doctor Who: The Missy Chronicles by Various Reviewed.