Big Finish's next subscriber exclusive is a doozy: "The Four Doctors." Not just for the multi-Doctor goodness, but also because it is planned to be PERMANENTLY exclusive to subscribers. Is this a good idea?
Despite some massive challenges in the marketplace, Big Finish continues to expand the Doctor Who universe by playing to the medium's strengths and giving classic characters new life.
I talked to Big Finish exec Jason Haigh-Ellery at Hurricane Who [...]
Big Finish founder Jason Haigh-Ellery talks about the upcoming "missing season" of Colin Baker stories and other upcoming releases, and asks for your help.
Now we get to the character-driven episode of the three audio plays. Phil Ford knows these characters and it shows, especially with the meatiest audio role yet for Gareth David-Lloyd — and that helps lift this episode above its standard plot.
When is a return to form also a return to well-traveled territory? When it's the second of this week's Torchwood audio plays. "Torchwood: Golden Age" is energetic and entertaining, but follows the TV show's formula a little too closely after the previous audio play's experiment.
Here's my spoiler-free review of the first of the prequel audio plays to "Children of Earth." "Torchwood: Asylum" is a departure from the show's format in more ways than one, and for the most part it works — especially for supporting actor Tom Price and guest star Erin Richards.
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