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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 10/17/18 6:30 am
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A wonderfully stylish Bernice Summerfield tale with the time-travelling archaeologist stuck in Victorian London and teaming up with Mycroft Holmes played by the fantastic David Warner. The dialogue is sharp, the plot (concerning a killer obsessed with the number 7) is intriguing and it's full of quirky ideas. It helps if you're up on your New Adventures continuity but it's not totally essential. One of Benny's best.
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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 3/15/18 7:23 am
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An excellent Fifth Doctor story based around a modern-day ghost walk tour. What seems to be set up as a straightforward sci-fi ghost story takes several unexpected turns with the story changing each episode, leading to an unpredictable and fascinating structure. It almost plays like a linked series of single episode stories but each one is involving and well-written and performed. The only negative is a rushed and slightly unsatisfying ending stuffed with explanations for what we've just heard. It's disappointing but not fatal. Overall, this is still a fantastic story.
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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 3/4/18 3:46 pm
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A fascinating attempt to put some credibility and emotional architecture under the shaky backstory to Season 6 of New Who. We explore how River Song feels about being raised by Madame Kovarian and it's a welcome expansion of our understanding of them both. Although it's light on plot, this still wraps up the boxset in an entertaining fashion. It's a pity we don't get more interaction between River and the Fifth Doctor but this is still a decent finale to a very strong set.
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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 3/4/18 3:45 pm
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River Song visits the Restaurant at the End of the Universe in a blatant rip-off/homage to the Douglas Adams creation. This leads to a farce-like, timey-wimey tale of River zipping back and forth through time, no doubt intricately plotted but slightly wearying all the same. Thankfully there's a surprising denouement which does a lot to make the story its own thing. Another good story in what's proving to be a very consistent boxset.

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