Fri, 4 July 2014
4TH JULY WHOSTROLOGY
Wed, 16 April 2014
Future Britain is bankrupt, its corporate owners facing financial ruin. Fortunately, the Universal Monetary Fund, and its slimy representative Sil, are willing to give its President a multi-billion credit bail-out... but terms and conditions apply, and Sil's proposed austerity measures go far beyond mere benefit cuts.
Responding to a distress call, the Doctor and his companion Flip land in a London whose pacified population has been driven largely underground. But the horrors down there in the dark are as nothing to the horrors that await them at ConCorp HQ, where a young biochemist in Sil's employ is working on a permanent solution to the nation's terminal unprofitability.
Because in the final account, Sil plans to make a killing...
Written By: Philip Martin
Colin Baker (The Doctor), Lisa Greenwood (Flip Jackson), Nabil Shaban (Sil), Dawn Murphy (Miss Cordelia), David Dobson(Pan/Lord Mav), Mary-Ann Cafferkey (Cerise), Scott Joseph(Boscoe/Vo
Fri, 7 February 2014
Hi Guys... I know you get DWM and you want to fill in the Poll... well Ive scanned the Poll for you so that you dont have to cut up your copy... and I was wondering.... would you put down WHOSTROLOGY into your choice.
No presure. I just thought id give a helping hand.
Tue, 24 December 2013
As a Christmass gift here is a link to a free download of my short story -
the book is free over Xmas week only!
Please leave a review!
Category:general -- posted at: 1:00 PM
Sat, 1 June 2013
Doctor Who Tin Dog Podcast discusses BBC Points of View, Moff says thanks to the 210 and Big Finish Feedback
Direct download: TDP_320_Points_of_View_Moff_and_the_210_and_Big_Finish.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:00 AM
Wed, 19 December 2012
The sister book to the 2011 Hugo Award-winning Chicks Dig Time Lords…
In Chicks Unravel Time, Deborah Stanish (Whedonistas) and L.M. Myles bring together a host of award-winning female writers, media professionals and scientists to examine each season of new and classic Doctor Who from their unique perspectives.
Diana Gabaldon discusses how Jamie McCrimmon inspired her best-selling Outlander series, and Barbara Hambly (Benjamin January Mysteries) examines the delicate balance of rebooting a TV show. Seanan McGuire (Toby Daye series) reveals the power and pain of waiting in Series 5, and Una McCormack (The King’s Dragon) argues that Sylvester McCoy’s final year of Doctor Who is the show’s best season ever.
Other contributors include Juliet McKenna (Einarrin series), Tansy Rayner Roberts (Power and Majesty), Sarah Lotz (The Mall), Martha Wells (The Cloud Roads), Joan Frances Turner (Dust), Rachel Swirsky (“Fields of Gold”), Aliette de Bodard (Obsidian and Blood series) and Amal El-Mohtar (The Honey Month).
NOTE: This book is not for sale individually on the Mad Norwegian website, but is available as part of a Geek Girls box set here.
Full list of essays included in this book, also available as a PDF:
Wed, 28 November 2012
Saturday, 17 November 2012
After such a short run of Doctor Who this year, you'd think we won't have much to badger on about? Well, sadly, you'll be wrong, as here we present the biggest issue of the fanzine yet, weighing in at an unprecedented 56 pages! It's so big, we've had offers from Celebrity Fit Club (lets face it - we're probably more famous than half of those people in the jungle with Colin Baker at the moment. And fatter) If you're a fan of reading actual words, then this is the issue for you! Due to the cost of producing these novels, we've only got a very limited run, so any support we get (i.e. if you buy one) will be greatly appreciated .
If you would like to order one of our finely-prouduced propaganda you can do so by sending one of the following payments to us via PayPal (please send payment as 'a gift' and enclose your name and address) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat, 3 November 2012
Due for release on 12 November 2012.
Join the Doctor, the Ponds and numerous friends on their latest escapades through space and time where they puzzle over an unexpected invasion of Earth, save a spaceship full of dinosaurs, don Stetsons in a Wild Wild West adventure, and are even kidnapped by the Doctor’s oldest foe. The explosive series concludes with Amy and Rory’s heart-breaking farewell – a race against time through the streets of Manhattan. Will the Doctor really lose the Ponds forever?
There’s only one way to find out…
Bonus Features include:
En route to see the Ponds the TARDIS’ Helmic Regulator malfunctions, leaving the Doctor popping up everywhere in time and space. Will he ever make it back to them?
Asylum of the Daleks Prequel
The Doctor receives a message from a mysterious hooded stranger – a woman called Darla Von Karlsen wants to meet him…
The Making of The Gunslinger
Civil war has ravaged the Kahler race, but a team of scientists has found an advantage. The Gunslinger is born.
Thu, 18 October 2012
Thu, 11 October 2012
The Angel's Kiss: A Melody Malone Mystery is a 2012 mystery novel fictionally written by the character of River Song under the detective pen-name Melody Malone. The book is based on a story partially told in British science fiction television series Doctor Who episode "The Angels Take Manhattan". The Angel's Kiss is a prequel to the story shown in the episode, as well as the book The Doctor reads within the show, as The Angel's Kiss does not contain the chapter revealing Amy Pond's departure. The book was released in e-book format on October 4, 2012.
The story follows titular character Melody Malone, a detective that has been hired by film star Rock Railton. Railton believes that he is to be killed and makes mention to the "kiss of the Angel", which piques Malone's curiosity enough to take the case. Melody is further drawn into the mystery when studio owner Max Kliener notices her at a press party and insists on making her into a star. Soon Melody discovers that Kliener's intents are not entirely honest and that she must find a way to escape what he has in store for her before it is too late.