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Doctor Who Season Eight, Part Two

In the first half of this season, there was a good, fun episode (“Robot of Sherwood”), a bunch of okay ones, and a couple of stinkers (sorry, I still think “Listen” was a load of junk.) So how did the … Continue reading

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Time And Relative Dimensions in Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

There’s big news on two of my nerd fronts simultaneously. Lego announced its results for the current batch of Lego Ideas entries, and it’s something of a surprise. I’ll talk about that in a second, but first let’s talk about … Continue reading

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Doctor Who Season Eight, Part One

Last year saw the first season of Doctor Who featuring Peter Capaldi in the title role. I didn’t see it, though. After the abysmal 2013 episode that said goodbye to Matt Smith I cried “Uncle!” I couldn’t take the heartbreak … Continue reading

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I Had That! #44: Doctor Who: The Game of Time and Space

(For today’s “I Had That”, I’m reposting part of a blog post from two years ago.) A recent discussion on BGG had me thinking about the oldest game I own. That is, what game have I held on to for … Continue reading

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I Had That! #23: Doctor Who Target Novelizations

When I first got into Doctor Who in 1981, it wasn’t a terrible time to be a fan. Though merchandise was thin on the ground, it was starting to come in. Unlike fans even a few years earlier, you didn’t … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Last Temptation of the Doctor

So here we are, at the purported endgame (one can only hope) to a storyline that’s been spinning along for three seasons now. The problem with storylines that last an entire season or more is, what if your storyline is … Continue reading

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18,263 Days of the Doctor

I have been a Doctor Who fan since 1981. Like many American fans, I started with Tom Baker’s Doctor, learned to get used to Peter Davison’s Doctor, and had brief, usually-several-generations-dubbed flings with Jon Pertwee’s Doctor. Hartnell and Troughton I … Continue reading

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The Day of the Doctor…

…will be tomorrow. I’m rewatching it now.

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