Doctor Who (non Big Finish) purchases of interest include:
Books, DVDs, CDs, Digital Products, Toys, Games, Clothing, Accessories, Jewelry, etc.
My today's BIG book purchase was:
Doctor Who: Impossible Worlds: A 50-Year Treasury of Art and Design (Harper Design)
My understanding is that this book concentrates more on the post-2005 show than it does the classic era. It accurately being a "50-Year" coverage book is apparently a stretch. Regardless of me being more of an original series fan, I'm sure I will really appreciate viewing and owning this lavishly illustrated Doctor Who book.
The Secret Lives of Monsters is a flip through coffee table book - it is what it is. It's not meant to be a cover to cover scholastic read. This picture focused scrapbook features 14 popular Doctor Who monsters each treated as "real life" sightings with a behind the scenes section outlining their creation appearances on television. There is a lot of interesting information within this book. And yes, much like the Doctor Who television series, this book at times is young at heart.
Post by redsharkJason on Dec 18, 2015 19:32:53 GMT
Doctor Who: The Two Doctors (BBC) CD
I haven't bought every Target novelization audio, but this one is one of the more special releases. Narrated by an actual Doctor (Colin Baker) and written by arguably the best Doctor Who TV writer Robert Holmes. Length: 5 hours and 22 minutes.
DWM comics The Cruel Sea (9th doctor) and The Eye of Torment (12th doctor). Waiting for Fountains of Forever (10th) and Conversion (11th). Very curious what happens to the Jones character. I assume they drop him off back in the 60's so hecan become David Bowie.
Amelia: Are you from outer space? Doctor: No, I'm from inner time.
Keeper of the Matrix...Broken Chameleon Circuit
It's the end ... But the moment has been prepared for