November 3rd, 2013

doctor who

50 years of Who: 1999


The Curse of Fatal Death

The Face-Eater(8)
The Taint (8)
Demontage (8)
Revolution Man (8)
Dominion (8)
Unnatural History (8)
Autumn Mist (8)
Interference: Book One (8,3)
Interference: Book Two (8,3)
The Blue Angel (8)
The Taking of Planet 5 (8)
Frontier Worlds (8)
Salvation (1)
The Wages of Sin (3)
Deep Blue (5)
Players (6)
Millennium Shock (4)
Storm Harvest (7)
The Final Sanction (2)
City at World's End (1)
Divided Loyalties (5)
Corpse Marker (4)
More Short Trips
Perfect Timing 2
The Mary-Sue Extrusion (Benny)
Dead Romance  (Benny)
Tears of the Oracle  (Benny)
Return to the Fractured Planet (Benny)
The Joy Device  (Benny)
Twilight of the Gods (Benny)

The Sirens of Time
Whispers of Terror
Bernice Summerfield: Birthright
Bernice Summerfield: Just War
Bernice Summerfield: Buried Treasures

The first Who from 1999 that I encountered: The Curse of Fatal Death, closely followed by The Sirens of Time, both in 2006.

My favourite Who from 1999: Well, despite the silliness and everything, it's difficult to top The Curse of Fatal Death. Honorable mentions to Salvation and the audio version of Just War.

Moving swiftly on from: Not much enthused by either The Blue Angel or The Taking of Planet 5; or indeed by the Eighth Doctor Adventures of this period generally.

So, what was your favourite of the above? What is the best bit? (And if you like, what is the worst bit?)

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