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50 years of Who: 2000

2000

Books
Parallel 59 (8)
The Shadows of Avalon (8)
The Fall of Yquatine (8)
Coldheart (8)
The Space Age (8)
The Banquo Legacy (8)
The Ancestor Cell (8)
The Burning (8)
Casualties of War (8)
The Turing Test (8)
Endgame (8)
Last of the Gaderene (3)
Tomb of Valdemar (4)
Verdigris (3)
Grave Matter (6)
Heart of TARDIS (2,4)
Prime Time (7)
Imperial Moon (5)
Festival of Death (4)
Independence Day (7)
The King of Terror (5)
Short Trips and Sidesteps
The Dead Men Diaries (Benny)
The Doomsday Manuscript (Benny)

Audios
The Land of the Dead
The Fearmonger
The Marian Conspiracy
The Genocide Machine
Red Dawn
The Spectre of Lanyon Moor
Winter for the Adept
The Apocalypse Element
The Fires of Vulcan
The Shadow of the Scourge
The Holy Terror
The Mutant Phase
Bernice Summerfield: Dragons' Wrath
Bernice Summerfield: The Secret of Cassandra
Bernice Summerfield: The Shadow of the Scourge

The first Who from 2000 that I encountered: Looks like this was Land of the Dead, rather early in my Big Finish listening.

My favourite Who from 2000: Also early in my Big Finish listening, I really loved The Apocalypse Element. Of the books, a particular shout to The Ancestor Cell and Festival of Death.

Moving swiftly on from: Winter for the Adept was not one of Big Finish's early successes.

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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bookzombie
Nov. 4th, 2013 11:55 am (UTC)
One of the things that I've found fascinating this last year - having started reading several Doctor Who review/commentary sites - is the total lack of consistency of what is 'good Who' and what is 'bad Who'.

For example, Sandifer and his commenters generally regard the Lawrence Miles-conceived parts of the Faction Paradox stories to be brilliantly clever and original and The Ancestor Cell to be an abomination that completely ruins the concept, while others think...differently.
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