Updates: January 2018 Highlights & February 2018 Preview

This year, as I am in the habit of reviewing all the events, the things that I did, and all the things that I liked and disliked for each month as it goes by, I decided to do a version of that over here. In these update posts, I will be doing a rundown of everything that happened to me in the month with regards … Continue reading Updates: January 2018 Highlights & February 2018 Preview

TV Special: Doctor Who: Twice Upon A Time (Spoilers!)

When it comes to Whovian Christmas Specials, sky is the limit. We’ve had alien invasions, falling ships, a veritable Christmas Carol, a Whovian version of “Inception”, and adventures in which we both said hello and goodbye to beloved characters. Now, when it comes to Whovian Christmas Specials that contain the current Doctor’s regeneration sequence in the modern era of the show, the bar is set … Continue reading TV Special: Doctor Who: Twice Upon A Time (Spoilers!)

Audio Drama: Big Finish’s Jago & Litefoot Series 5 (Spoilers!)

Big Finish really did good when they allowed Spotify to have some of their audio dramas for Whovians to enjoy, as it does allow Whovians who want more “Doctor Who” to whet their appetites with what they have to offer so that they can go and purchase the rest of a particular range or series from Big Finish themselves. As for me, it’s definitely working, … Continue reading Audio Drama: Big Finish’s Jago & Litefoot Series 5 (Spoilers!)

The Kat’s Character Guides: The Fourth Doctor (Spoilers!)

At this point, we have gone through all of the Fourth Doctor’s (Tom Baker) seven seasons, and we have looked at most of his companions. So, in order to officially bid his era goodbye, let us talk about the iconic man himself, and how he also evolved and changed as the show changed hands three times. The Fourth Doctor, who was portrayed by the legendary … Continue reading The Kat’s Character Guides: The Fourth Doctor (Spoilers!)

The Kat’s Character Guides: Romana I & II (Spoilers!)

The Fourth Doctor’s (Tom Baker) was also defined by the fact that he had some pretty iconic companions such as Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen), Harry Sullivan (Ian Marter), K-9 (John Leeson), Leela (Louise Jameson), and both incarnations of the Time Lady named Romanadvoratrelunder (Mary Tamm & Lalla Ward) or Romana for short. Romana, who was then being played by Mary Tamm, first joined the … Continue reading The Kat’s Character Guides: Romana I & II (Spoilers!)

The Kat’s Character Guides: Leela

Before we jump into the era of the Fifth Doctor (Peter Davison), let us stay for a little while longer in the Fourth Doctor’s (Tom Baker) era, as I believe that we cannot truly move on without talking about the other companions of the Fourth Doctor. I’ve already talked about Harry Sullivan (Ian Marter), Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) will get her own post sometime … Continue reading The Kat’s Character Guides: Leela

Audio Drama Review: Big Finish’s The Fourth Doctor Adventures Series 1 (Spoilers!)

Aside from my upcoming character studies on the main characters from Season 14 to 18, and aside from Leela (Louise Jameson), you won’t be hearing much anymore about the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) and his main companions. Nevertheless, for now, we can still enjoy and bask in the company of the Fourth Doctor for just a little while more with this review of Big Finish’s … Continue reading Audio Drama Review: Big Finish’s The Fourth Doctor Adventures Series 1 (Spoilers!)

TV Review: Classic Who Season 17 (Spoilers!)

After having a season whose serials were all loosely connected to each other through the search of the artifact known as the Key to Time, it was time for the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker), to start going on random adventures again in time and space, and who better to help him out in that than a script editor named Douglas Adams. Together, Baker and Adams … Continue reading TV Review: Classic Who Season 17 (Spoilers!)

TV Review: Classic Who Season 16 (Spoilers!)

As we are done with the Spider-Man rewatch, let’s delve back into Classic Who with Season 16, which is more commonly known as “The Key to Time”. With his first season under his belt, it was high time for show runner Graham Williams to be able to get a better grip on the show, and to try to put more of a mark on “Doctor … Continue reading TV Review: Classic Who Season 16 (Spoilers!)