|By:||Paul Driscoll (ed.)|
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|Released: ||15 April 2020 |
|Publisher: ||Altrix Books|
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"Not just the old favourites, eh?"
This new collection of critical essays from ALtrix Books reevaluates over 40 Doctor Who adventures that are often lost in the crowd.
Covering almost every era of the series, from Hartnell to Capaldi, the essays examine the reasons behind each story's relative obscurity and make a case for revisiting them today.
Includes a bonus section on such curios as the Pertwee Radio Plays, Dimensions in Time, The Curse of Fatal Death, The BBCi webcasts, Destiny of the Doctors, Lego Dimensions, and the various versions of Shada.
Featuring essays by David Cromarty, Jim Hall, Kara Dennison, Martin Ruddock, Matt Nida, Paul Driscoll, Richard O'Hagan, Steven B, Tom Marshall, and Tony Green, with a foreword by Philip Purser-Hallard (The Black Archive, Obverse Books).