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Reviewed By: SpaceFritter Review Date: 4/26/17 11:44 am
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A throughily entertaining and superb recreation of classic fourth Doctor adventures. I found the journey intriguing and exciting but set to meet the pace and story telling of that era (which is quite different). It had great story segmentation and the release felt longer and more satisfying than I'd hoped for. Overall, this quite literally one of my all time favorite 4th Dr and Leela stories. I feel so grateful to BigFinish giving this opportunity to relive that era of Dr. Who. And that's what I really like about BigFinish and it's committment to staying true to the period, but also modernising the story arcs just enough to please our contemporary platte for entertainment. Personally, I think you couldn't go wrong with this release. A most enjoyable few hours that I see myself repeating on many occasions. If your after great 4th Dr. Who, you need look no further. Thanks to the Team @Bigfinish for all the hard work!! Great stuff
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 4/26/17 10:51 am
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A woman from outer space offers the Doctor a chance to escape his exile on Earth, and the men at UNIT fall over her while Jo remains very suspicious. This is a decent story and Katy Manning does a fine job reading it. It focuses on the relationship between the Doctor and Jo in a very sweet way. It's far from original but enjoyable for what it is.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 4/25/17 11:20 am
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The finale has the Doctor facing off against the surviving members of the Doom Coalition. It's a well-paced and exciting piece with the hugest ticking time bomb you can imagine about to go off.

There are so many highlights in this story. Mark Bonnar has probably his best episode as the Eleven since his initial introduction. One scene, in particular, shows how dangerous and twisted that character is. The Doctor tries several desperate gambit, but the story's resolution really comes down to Liv and Helen.

The resolution is very clever. On one hand, it took me totally by surprise. On the other, I saw how the writers (particularly John Dorney) had been laying the groundwork for this from the first story, so it didn't come out of nowhere. One of the biggest surprises, The Red Lady , a story I thought was a brilliant Blink-like diversion, does actually tie in to the larger story, though we don't find out how until the final scene.

There's also more foreshadowing of the decisions the Doctor would make during the Time War thrown in for good measure. Overall, Doom Coalition has been a superb run of stories. Big Finish has produced one of the truly epic Doctor Who tales.
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Reviewed By: TheBigChurroReview Date: 4/25/17 5:32 am
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Been a long time since originally seeing this story, and it wasn't as great as I remembered, an enjoyable watch in parts, but the one thing that stood out this viewing was the phenomenal direction by David Maloney. There's a few quite creepy and atmospheric scenes in the first two episodes and then towards the end. Some effects look a little cheap for the time, especially after Zygons and Android Invasion in the same season, that it does take away from the story slightly. I think with this story, it just lacks a big threat, its just a force keeping the ship on the surface of Zeta Minor, nothing that embodies the "Planet of Evil" that the story is named after. All in all, an enjoyable watch in places but probably the weakest of Season 13.

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