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12.1 - Picture This

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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 11/10/16 2:12 pm
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Imagine Dorian Grey in reverse, and you have this rather intriguing story summed up. However that is not doing the story justice that Justin Richards as written here. Rather a perfectly good opener for the 12 series of Jago and Litefoot. With the two Victorian investigators of the strange and the bizarre finding a little more about a very secretive art gallery who pictures are more supernatural than natural. Whose eyes certainly do follow you when you walk past them, and what is more, the pictures themselves have a life all of their own. Add to this the curator has been murdered by exsanguination, is there a vampire afoot in London, and why is Ellie acting so out of character. We have here a wonderful tale, of possible one of the finest spin offs from Doctor Who that there is and will ever be. There continued exploits and adventures never cease to create a wonderment and this story is a good place for anyone to dip there toe into the surreal world that they inhabit. What is rewarding about Picture This, is for one thing a nice straightforward tale, and secondly you know that this is going on to become something of a crescendo, over the next four exciting parts. Benjamin and Baxter never cease to instil and amaze me in their ability to the quality of their performance, and it is tantamount to their talent and acting capability that from the moment that you start to listen you are back in the world that you just have to love and adore.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 11/10/16 1:51 pm
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Spurred on by Master, Ellie's Vampiric tendencies are back and she breaks into the mysterious Scarlet gallery to steal a painting. Jago & Litefoot are called in to investigate and they find themselves into the mystery of the gallery which is filled with mystical pictures. This is a solid start that both sets up the plot for the series while also having a spooky standalone story with an above average role for Sergeant Quick.