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Archive for March, 2005

By Jim Smith on 31 March 2005 Comments Off

Well, there’s some good news and some bad news….

By Eddie Robson on 28 March 2005 Comments Off

Those of you who have stuck with ‘Catwoman’ this far are either very brave or very stupid. I’ve stuck with it, and I’m pretty sure I’m not brave…

By Mark Clapham on 27 March 2005 Comments Off

The Harrowing has begun. Here are our first frontline reports…

By Eddie Robson on 18 March 2005 Comments Off

I don’t have a problem with people citing Tom Baker as their favourite Doctor: what is problematic is the way he is thought of as the ‘definitive’ Doctor Who…

By Eddie Robson on 18 March 2005 Comments Off

‘Livewires’ is my new favourite comic book and if every issue is this good then it has my undying loyalty – unless they kill off Gothic Lolita…

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By Mark Clapham on 17 March 2005 Comments Off

Getting a lot of things wrong can add up to make a right.

By Jim Smith on 12 March 2005 Comments Off

This MP3CD of William Russell reading David Whitaker’s novelisation of the first Dalek serial is one of the smartest ideas for ‘Doctor Who’ merchandise anyone at the BBC has had for some considerable time…

By Eddie Robson on 07 March 2005 Comments Off

‘Team-Up’ has just come to the end of its first arc and is working surprisingly well…

By Eddie Robson on 07 March 2005 Comments Off

The concept behind this programme is so catchily banal that it’s easy to see how it got commissioned…

By Mark Clapham on 04 March 2005 Comments Off

David King’s installation ‘The Commissar Vanishes’ takes as its inspiration a macabre tradition from Stalin’s terror…

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By Mark Clapham on 03 March 2005 Comments Off

Why are pirates funny? I don’t know, they just Arrrrr…