And here we have the Doctor Who EU fanbase in their natural habitat.
"You’re repeating yourself, you know. You’ve tried the Man of God act before… Devil’s End, remember?" - The Eighth Doctor
AKA that moment when I realise that the vicar in an episode of The IT Crowd is actually The Master. Even better when his first words are “DEATH! Death is coming…”
Finally got round to reading Unnatural History. Conclusion: Possibly the best Doctor Who book I’ve ever read. Phenomenal on every level. I want to go more into depth, but I feel like I’d just be doing a five page long list of things it does right. Might post some quotes later.
Gosh, the rich white Tory has been found not guilty despite a number of victims giving consistent evidence about his behaviour, and now Tories are trying to attack the police for doing their job in investigating. Why, it’s almost like people in power can get away with anything.
Corker of a cover! And an adventure set entirely inside the TARDIS as well.
The Deca was a group of ten young rebellious Gallifreyans at the Prydon Academy. This group included The Doctor (then known as Theta Sigma), The Master (then known as Koschei) and The Rani (then known as Ushas). [w x y z]