But I found it interesting that this set features a sequel to a Emma Peel story that they haven’t written and recorded! In fact all the stories sound interesting and I am sure they will be very enjoyable.
Just listened to this last week and enjoyed the set. I had been wondering whether "... Now You Don't" was a sequel to a televised show as I hadn't yet read the Vortex article, but now I have. So, they had two comic strip stories with evil magicians and decided to tie them together. I guess we will see the first part in March's Steed and Mrs. Peel comic strip adaptations release.
Now that i have basically done all the ranges apart from Torchwood 😉😎 Its time to delve into The Big Finish take on the Avengers so starting at Box Set one On CD i have quite a way to go before i reach this one
I have gotten over my issues with the price and packaging by buying the download! (But I still hope the Mrs Peel set looks better as I still plan to buy that as a physical set)
But as for this first Steed & King set it was very enjoyable and not being a fan of Tara King it meant that my imagination could envisage the character however I wanted. Which is one of the many reasons why audio can be better than television or film.
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