The pre-2005 series had a Doctor who was dressed in vaguely Edwardian clothing, who spoke with an RP accent, who had his stories adapted into books. That’s just the way it was.
- Andrew Hickey's Fifty Stories For Fifty Years
, one for every year of Doctor Who, reaches
and Scream of the Shalka
) - arguably the end of the line for "Classic" doctor who. Previous instalments had covered the TV series from start to end
, as well as the odd novelisation
or movie. Possibly of greatest interest are the years before the new TV series where, TV movie
aside, the franchise survived and evolved in strange directions via novels
and audio stories
. Then, at the outmost reaches of Whodom, there is the Book of the War
and the strange world of Faction Paradox
, which THERE IS NO FACTION PARADOX, THERE IS NO EVIL RENEGADE, YOU DID NOT READ THIS POST.
posted by Artw
on Oct 1, 2013 -