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9. Night of the Whisper

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Reviewed By: JacobzReview Date: 10/7/16 10:08 pm
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Briggs does an AMAZING Eccleston impression and an above-par Smith as well, his Rose is meh, and his Jack isn't bad. Plot is great, surprising, side characters are a bit one-note. Still one of my favorites.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 10/18/15 10:33 am
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The Doctor, Rose, and Jack arrive in New Vegas to investigate a vigilante known as the Whisper who is killing off the mobsters and denizens who have dominated New Vegas.

Overall, this is a very fun story. It's features the Ninth Doctor in a sort of Sci Fi Noir which also includes a man-wolf mob boss. The reveal of the Whisper's identity was very well-handled as was the emotional fall out of it. Kudos to John Schwab for doing a great job as the Chief of Police.

Nick Briggs' 9th Doctor voice was in a word-fantastic. He really captures Eccelston's voice beautifully. Until and unless Eccelston agrees to record for Big Finish, this is as close as fans will get to 9th Doctor Adventures. Overall, one of the strongest stories in the series.
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Reviewed By: newt5996Review Date: 8/11/15 3:32 pm
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Night of the Whisper is Doctor Who meets film noir meets Batman which is a really interesting idea to have the Doctor and company take down a vigilante through the police force while simultaneously taking down a mob boss who is an alien wolf. If the story was awful at least I could say it was imaginative. Thank goodness that it may be my favorite out of the Destiny of the Doctor series so far. Nicholas Briggs has a great Christopher Eccelston impression that rivals Frazer Hines' Patrick Troughton. Also he somehow makes Rose Tyler more likable as at least you can have a laugh at his impression. However my main problem is that Briggs cannot imitate John Barrowman's Captain Jack Harkness. Other than that the story is really quite fun and funny.
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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 1/22/15 11:03 am
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A well-written and well-characterised tale of Doctor Who investigating a faux-Batman on an alien world. Although superficially similar to Justice of Jaxlar, thankfully the story goes in a different direction. Personally I'm not a huge fan of the idea of Who meeting the comic-book super-hero world but I certainly can't fault the execution. Nicholas Briggs in particular gives a fantastic performance and his Ninth Doctor is the next best thing to having Eccleston back.