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Companion Tropes 41 Often when the Doctor regenerates there is an attempt to provide a contrast with the previous incarnation. The same thing applies, perhaps to an even greater extent, with the companions. In particular, we seem to veer back … Continue reading
I described the 1977 Annual as the lowpoint of the annual range, and in terms of the artwork that is most certainly the case. Surprisingly, they managed to find some more downhill for the stories. For the 1978 Annual there … Continue reading
So here we have it, the infamous 1977 annual, the low point of the annual range. It puts you in a bad mood before you have even opened it up, towering over the other annuals and poking out from the … Continue reading
Each time I prepare for one of these articles, the first thing I do is to make a list of the cliffhanger endings and then work out rough categories for them. The interesting thing is that this has been a … Continue reading
The 1976 annual has a gorgeous frontispiece, depicting the Doctor and his companions exploring a beautiful alien landscape with monolithic ruins. However, there is something a bit odd going on. Who are the companions? In particular, who is that scraggy … Continue reading
Last time we looked at some cliffhangers from the Third Doctor era and noted how limited they had become in comparison to the Sixties episodes. Placing the Doctor and/or his companions in danger was the default cliffhanger. What we didn’t … Continue reading
The Doctor Who annuals continued their slow decline in terms of the artwork, but the quality of the stories actually improved with the 1975 annual. They are not quite so derivative of the television episodes, but more importantly the end … Continue reading
I have watched every Doctor Who episode in order a couple of times, and on both occasions the big slog to get through has been the Third Doctor era. Somehow it always seems like an awful lot of the same … Continue reading
Ext. The Death Zone. IAN and BARBARA CHESTERTON are walking across a barren, rocky landscape. BARBARA looks frightened. BARBARA: Ian, what was that strange pyramid? IAN: Presumably some kind of travel device. We seem to have been transported somewhere. BARBARA: … Continue reading