A friend is emigrating to Canada, so we’ve finally purchased tickets to Time Fracture for the end of the month. It’s been something we’ve been meaning to do since it opened, really looking forward to it.
DVDs of The Green Death (recent Silurian/Sea Devil marathon affirmed to me how good this era really is, so time to catch-up on this one I’ve never seen to my shame) and Battlefield (May or may not be mainly motivated by my interested in UNIT: Brave New World).
I also bought a collection of DWM comics for the first time, Hunters of the Burning Stone. Been meaning to get into the comics properly and buying this old favourite so I don’t have to go rooting through my old DWMs to find it seemed a good starting point.
I've been upgrading some of my lower quality releases over the last couple of months. So far, I've picked up Blu-rays for The Power of the Daleks, The Macra Terror, The Faceless Ones, and the Fury from the Deep animations, as well as the 2013 Blu-ray for Spearhead from Space (which looks fantastic, and I wish I'd picked it up sooner!). I also finally bought the Inferno Special Edition DVD, which is MILES better than the original release! Another story I regret not upgrading sooner.
I hadn't intended on upgrading these releases before the Collection sets came out, but since most of the animations come from Season 4 (which they'll hopefully delay releasing until more animations can be produced to complete it, if possible) and the two Pertwee's come from his most attention-needing season, I figured it would be a while before these seasons end up on the release schedule. I may as well get the best quality versions now if it's still going to be 2-3 years before their respective season sets see the light of day!
My Audible account has been building up credits so I splurged on the collection of Torchwood radio dramas, the audiobook of Scratchman (cos Tom Baker) and one of the collections of Tenth Doctor audiobooks which includes the legendary Prisoner of the Daleks (so now I can find out what all the fuss is about).
I just found a well-priced copy of Death Comes to Time on ebay. With this, I *think* I now own all Doctor Who audio dramas (not audiobooks) on CD that were released as individual products (i.e. not including freebies that came with Doctor Who Magazine like Cuddlesome or The Ratings War)
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