Issue 166

Issue 166
Chronic Fatigue
Cameron Dixon wonders how far a spin-off can spin without going off.
The latest news from the worlds of Doctor Who.
Block Transfers
Julie Chaston reviews Torchwood: Miracle Day.
The Sarah Jane Adventures
Graeme Burk reviews, sadly, the final season of The Sarah Jane Adventures.
Dalek in Manhattan
Jason A. Miller considers whether K9: The Series is a worthy spin-off of Doctor Who.
David J. Lamb takes issue with those who believe Doctor Who is not the best show on television.
K9: The Series
Jonathan Blum argues that there’s more to K9: The Series than meets the eye.
Fluid Links
Robert Smith? sits down with The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood for an in-depth exchange of innuendo. Sorry, interview.
The Tempered Schism
Peter McAlpine describes being won over to the joys of Torchwood.
Monsterpiece Theatre
Gian-Luca di Rocco thinks The Twin Dilemma is being judged unfairly.
The Land of Fiction
Gian-Luca di Rocco reviews the Tom Baker Lost Stories box set. Also, reviews of the continuing Big Finish adventures of the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa, Tegan and Turlough; the Fourth Doctor monthly audios; the Companion Chronicles; The Silent Stars Go By; Myth Makers: Pseudoscope; and Faction Paradox: A Romance in 12 Parts.

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Writer Gary Russell to visit Toronto June 9th

Who Party Toronto Presents:
An Afternoon With Gary Russell
Sunday June 9th, 2013 from noon until 6:00pm
Paupers Pub (second floor), 539 Bloor Street W.
Cost: $15 for the afternoon

On Sunday June 9th, 2013 join The Doctor Who Information Network and Who Party Toronto for An Afternoon With Gary Russell on the second floor of Paupers Pub at 539 Bloor Street West.

The afternoon will feature a Q&A session with our guest Doctor Who writer and Script Editor Gary Russell as well as a live video commentary of a Doctor Who episode that he worked on, an autograph session, a trivia competition and an afternoon of discussions and socializing with other Doctor Who fans.

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